The response of peppered moth caterpillars to a gradient in dowel luminance
The ability of larvae of the peppered moth has surprised scientists.
The results of the awards celebrating biological recorders have been revealed.
Three species of heron in one photograph
An unusual event was photographed at an RSPB reserve in northern England.
Vultures flying from their enclosure
Conservationists celebrate largest single release of iconic scavengers.
Oncodopus janetae
A number of recently described bush-cricket species could prove to be surprising in a variety of ways.
The hashtag begun with a tweeting about a misconception about African wild dogs
Biologists bust common myths about their study species on social media.
PocketPals was inspired by the PokémonGo app
Two university students have found a fresh way to encourage people to explore nature.
'Heathrow Roostings' was chosen as the overall winner
A picture of a bird at Heathrow airport is the overall winning image. 
The hazel dormouse could have its genome sequence, if it wins the public vote
The public are being asked to decide which UK species should have their genomes sequenced.
There are now three species of orangutan
Meet your newest relative – the Tapanuli orangutan. And it’s already endangered, writes Richard Smyth.
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