Polar bears fighting over a carcass in Svalbard, Norway
Claims that polar bears are thriving or will adapt to climate change are unfounded, says Andrew Derocher.
Pine marten
Hilary Macmillan from The Vincent Wildlife Trust answers your wild question.
Bowhead whale surfacing
BBC Wildlife expert Stuart Blackman answers your wild question.
A wild tiger using a biological corridor, captured on DSLR camera trap, Bhutan
Renowned photographer captures first images of big cats at high altitude in Bhutan.
Jaguar and cubs on an oil palm plantation in Colombia
Conservationists are hoping to secure a future for jaguars. 
A pair of wild dog pups in Zimbabwe
Climate change could be affecting Endangered African wild dog populations.
The Cape pangolin is one of the four species of pangolin found in Africa
‘Scaly anteaters’ face severe threat, according to a new study
Are there big cats in the British countryside?
Photos of 'big cats' taken on trailcams or smartphones are not evidence for their presence in the British countryside, says Andrew Kitchener. 
A young orangutan in Gunung Leuser National Park, Sumatra (Indonesia)
BBC Wildlife contributor Stuart Blackman answers your wild question. 
Site of poisoned vultures and elephant carcass
A huge number of white backed vultures were reported dead after feeding on an elephant carcass in Zimbabwe.
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