wildlife news

Much-loved natural history TV presenter more popular than Harry Potter author as proposed new face of £20 note.
A crown-of-thorns starfish in the Maldives
Getting rid of predators such as crown-of-thorns starfish helps corals overcome bleaching.
The hedgehog had become trapped in the drainpipe
The hog found herself stuck in her hiding place.
The northern bottlenose whale was close to the Northumberland shore
The deep-water whale species was seen and videoed in the North Sea.
Biological recorders out at Little Thairn and Muckle Thairn in Berwickshire
The NBN Awards celebrates biological recording in the UK.
Pink salmon in Alaska
Scientists fear pink, or humpback, salmon could have a negative impact on native Atlantic species.
A Big Schools Birdwatch session at Lawdale Junior School, London
The RSPB have quizzed over 1000 school children and teachers in a new research survey. 
Thrilling sequel to BBC One's Blue Planet set to air in late 2017.
Asian hornet
A beekeeper spotted the non-native species at an apiary. 
An estimated 60 per cent of all global biodiversity loss can be attributed to the food we eat and how we produce it - but are wildlife conservationists doing enough to highlight this critical issue?
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