Many species of birds practice monogamy in some form or other. They perform dances, present each other with gifts, often care for their offspring together, and sometimes even mate for life.
As far as habitats go, bogs and swamps do not receive the same amount of attention as tropical rainforests or coral reefs. However, they are just as important for people and wildlife, and as the world has lost more than half of its wetlands in the past century, they face the same risk of extinction.
A night under the hexagonal bubbles of the rainforest biome in the Eden Project.
A flash of iridescent blue, a burst of spiny wings and the introduction of a fluffy kleptomaniac- excitement has been building for the unveiling of the magical creatures in the next cinematic adventures within the Harry Potter universe: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. World Land Trust has peeked at some of the creatures revealed in the trailer, and tried to find the real animals some of these mystical creations were inspired by.
Does this track have a dewclaw, or is that just a bump in the sand? Is that the sound of a car being locked, or the call of the crimson breasted shrike?
Nina Seale interviews former Material World host Quentin Cooper, whose background includes both science and journalism, to find out how these problems in communication should best be tackled.
Nina Seale interviews Packham about his views on pandas, the badger cull and his aspirations for conservation.
Slowly a wrinkled, slimy creature began to unfold itself from its spiral home, gradually morphing into a familiar shape as its delicate eye stalks extended towards me and it slides forward, leaving a shining trail behind.
Whatever you do, don’t take your pigeon to the cinema.
If we burn the fossil fuels currently listed in the world’s stock exchange, the market is going to have serious losses in the agriculture sector, as well as unpredictable consequences from natural disasters and water insecurity.