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Pine marten
Project aiming to re-establish our second rarest carnivore in the Cambrian Mountains of mid-Wales achieves immediate success as three females have offspring.
Western lowland gorilla
New research reveals that gorillas hum contentedly when eating their favourite food.
Sir David Attenborough
The conservationist talks to BBC Wildlife about dealing with the power requirements of the human race.  
Rangers with dog
Four out of five wildlife rangers in Africa have faced "life threatening" situations, according to new survey.
Young Eastern lowland gorilla riding on the back of its mother.
Grauer’s gorillas, the lowland cousins to the more famous mountain gorillas, are in a downward spiral.
Tiger sitting in dry forests of Ranthambore National Park.
World body’s claims that tiger numbers have risen to nearly 4,000 is ‘unreliable’, says scientist.
Warthogs, Uganda.
New research reveals cross-species co-operation between warthogs and mongooses.
Loggerhead turtle
An illegal trade in marine turtles is continuing despite legislation and conservation awareness campaigns, an innovative study has shown. 
Liz and Alex open a Skinner moth trap during a garden bioblitz.
Do you know someone who is improving our understanding of wildlife in the UK? Nominate them for a National Biodiversity Network award. 
Free range chickens, UK
Scientists have genetically manipulated chickens to develop lower limbs like those of their dinosaur ancestors.
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