mammals

This Billy is feeding in his lowland winter habitat on Loch Linnhe. He will spen
The British primitive goat was once a necessity to life, and was first introduced by Neolithic farmers. Now with less than 1200 remaining, it is considered to be a rare breed and is under threat of eradication.
The truth is out - DNA analysis of 'yeti' pelts has shown they really belong to brown bears and Asian black bears, says Charlotte Lindqvist. 
One of the largest rodents in the world is big news in British conservation. Gillian Burke of BBC Two's Winterwatch has been inspired by the latest beaver reintroduction project in Cornwall.
Scientists have been studying the contents of orangutan faeces
Researchers have been investigating the contents of orangutan faeces.
‘The Clashindarroch Beast’
Camera trap footage captures ‘The Clashindarroch Beast’
Sudan was the last male of the northern white rhino subspecies
There are now only two individuals of this rhino subspecies left.
Science writer Stuart Blackman answers your wild question.
The preferred tusk is often more worn
BBC Wildlife writer Sarah McPherson answers your wild question.
Rock Ptarmigan
Clare Kines photographs his local wildlife in the Canadian High Arctic.
Badgers may attack and kill hedgehogs, but that doesn't mean they are solely to blame for the latter's decline, says Carly Pettett. 
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