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The newly recorded jumping spider
The astonishing story behind the discovery of a new jumping spider.
Basking shark behaviours are being studied by scientists
Data gathered by scientists studying basking sharks in a world first reveals groups forming on the seabed.
Mountain hares are native to the UK, unlike rabbits or brown hares
Numbers of mountain hare on grouse moors in the eastern Highlands are now less than one per cent of figures from the 1950s. 
The Lynx UK Trust plan to reintroduce six lynx
Major landowners in the Kielder Forest have provided approval for the rewilding project.
Budding environmentalists can make and submit a film to Wildscreen Festival, and the winner will receive a prestigious Panda Award.
Roseate terns are the rarest breeding seabird in the UK
Roseate terns have successfully raised chicks on The Skerries for the first time in more than a decade.
Sperm whale carcass washed up on isle of Texel
Teams of international scientists and experts from around Europe have worked together to discover the cause.
One of the osprey chicks
The two young ospreys were named in a public vote, and have been fitted with GPS trackers.
Can a warning system reduced Tasmanian devil roadkill?
How do we protect wildlife from being killed or injured on our busy roads?
Predation is not an important driver of Rothschild's giraffe grouping
Research on Rothschild's giraffe group sizes show that they buck the trend.
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