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This pair may have been apart for more than a year while at sea.

There are thought to be only about 6,000 breeding pairs of wandering albatrosses left in the world. In January 2015 wildlife photographer David Tipling visited South Georgia, a crucial breeding site, where he took these amazing images. 

Baby Sumatran orangutan.

Photographer Craig Jones puts the plight of the Sumatran orangutan in the spotlight and highlights the great work that is being done to save the red ape.

A honeypot ant in the mouth of an Aborigine child regurgitates a drop of honeyde

Amazing photos of the ants that use their bodies to stockpile sugar. Photos by Éric Tourneret. 

Chinese pangolin Gung-wu sleeping, Taipei Zoo, Taipei, Taiwan.

Find out what happens to pangolins that have been saved from poachers. Photos by Suzi Eszterhas. 

Leopard portrait.

A selection of fantastic species you can see while on safari in Africa. 

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 and Mammals winner.

A selection of our favourite winning images from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 competition. 

Booby perched on camera, French Frigate Shoals, Hawaii.

John Aitchison shares amazing images from his travels as a BBC cameraman. 

Caribbean reef sharks, Grand Bahama and New Providence, The Bahamas.

Discover some of the best places on Earth you can visit to dive with sharks. 

Gentoo penguin landing on a beach, Saunders Island, Falkland Islands.

A selection of incredible images of species found in some of the most remote places on Earth. 

Harvest mouse using its gripping tail to aid its descent.

Wildlife photographer Nick Upton has documented harvest mice conservation efforts in the UK. 

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