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Wildlife photographer Rathika Ramasamy shares some of the most exciting moments that she has photographed.
View the shortlisted images from Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018. 
Lion in Asia
Patrick Aryee introduces some of Earth's biggest animals - past and present - and explores why size matters, to them and to the planet.
© Irene Mendez Cruz
The Caribbean and Pacific coasts of Panama are two ecosystems only a few miles apart, and are a paradise for divers. Irene Mendez Cruz has been photographing the beautiful, diverse and fragile marine life there. 
Birds of the Photo Ark is an exploration of birds from around the world by acclaimed photographer Joel Sartore, and includes hundreds of species, from tiny finches to charismatic eagles; and perennial favourites such as parrots, hummingbirds, and owls. 
The remote Caribbean island of Redonda is home to a variety of beautiful wildlife, including several endangered reptiles and major seabird colonies. Ed Marshall travelled there with Fauna & Flora International to photograph the range of species in this unique ecosystem.
Many refer to Hong Kong as the 'Concrete Jungle' due to its high density of skyscrapers and buildings in its famous skyline. Daphne Wong investigates its wild side. 
Scotland is home to some of the UK's most stunning scenery, which changes dramatically throughout the year. View the winning images from the Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year.
This Billy is feeding in his lowland winter habitat on Loch Linnhe. He will spen
The British primitive goat was once a necessity to life, and was first introduced by Neolithic farmers. Now with less than 1200 remaining, it is considered to be a rare breed and is under threat of eradication.
Sri Lanka is one of 34 biodiversity hotspots, including protected species such as Asian elephants and wild leopards. 
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