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There is herd of Père David's deer at ZSL Whipsnade Zoo
Scientists discover the heritage of Père David’s deer using antique museum specimens.
A dead immature grey seal
Heartbreak for conservationists as two thirds of pups lost from Welsh island. 
Garden bird feeders could be changing the morphology of British great tits
British great tits may have evolved longer beaks thanks to garden birdfeeders.
Coralliths can act as a base for other coral reef species to grow
Scientists have discovered that certain hard corals could be used to protect coral reefs in threatened habitats. 
Soldier beetle
A new study has revealed a loss of 76 per cent of airborne insects in 27 years.
'Memorial of a species'
Award-winning image of a shot and de-horned black rhino highlights wildlife crime. 
Reintroduced Partula dispersing on Moorea in French Polynesia
A 30-year project has just reintroduced 2,000 tree snails to French Polynesia.
The silver-striped hawk-moth could potentially be seen by Moth Night participant
An annual moth-ing event is encouraging participants to focus on flowering ivy.
PECT have planted their 100,000th tree
A tree planting project in eastern England has reached a significant milestone. 
Much-loved natural history TV presenter more popular than Harry Potter author as proposed new face of £20 note.
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