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Jaguar
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?
Jaguars are one of the cat species being tracked by the dogs
Sniffer dogs are tracking the movements of wild felines.
Gannet chick in nest which incorporates plastic
Study finds that almost three-quarters of examined species had ingested plastic.
The Humboldt's flying squirrel has been defined as a separate species
Scientists discover new species of flying squirrel in North America, despite it being studied it for over two centuries.
Michael Gove speaking at the reception in Westminster
Environment secretary Michael Gove has repeated his pledge to reform the way farming is subsidised in order to benefit wildlife.
Female cuckoos can imitate the call of a sparrowhawk
New study from University of Cambridge shows extra complexity to cuckoldry. 
The axolotl salamander is a Critically Endangered amphibian from Mexico
People are more familiar with mythical creatures than real life species, according to a new survey.
Black-tailed godwits
UK’s first hand-reared black-tailed godwits begin their journey to Africa.
The Madagascar pochard is one of the world's rarest ducks
First floating aviary could help conserve the Madagascar pochard. 
Turquoise Z (male) and 1 (female)
A male raptor in east Scotland has successfully raised chicks in different areas.  
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