wildlife news

An image of a 1.5cm-long cephalopod is a finalist in a science competition. 
Short-beaked common dolphin
Annual citizen science event sees its highest ever number of sightings.
Harem of sealions. NMFS ESA/MMPA Permit Number 18528 & IUCUC Number A/NW2013-2
Scientists studying a Steller sealion population in the Pacific Ocean are calling on members of the public to assist with their research. 
Gamo Highlands
As natural forests are lost, coffee and timber plantations could provide hope for Lepidoptera. 
Red-tailed bumblebee
Flower-rich habitats are crucial for the survival of bumblebee families. 
A hand-reared mangrove finch, released in 2016
Conservationists are feeling optimistic for a Critically Endangered species of one of “Darwin’s finches”. 
White-bearded gibbon
Two primate species work together to gang up on a clouded leopard. 
Still from video footage
New video shows three True’s beaked whales in deep coastal waters off the Azores.
A different bull elephant at Tsavo East National Park
One of Africa’s last great tuskers has been killed in Kenya.
Hintze Hall blue whale skeleton
A family-friendly cetacean event at London’s Natural History Museum (NHM) will celebrate the arrival of a blue whale skeleton. 
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