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Scientists Saving Songbirds

Hear how some amazing scientists are teaming up to protect a beautiful songbird with a scary sounding nickname, the butcherbird

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People are Taking the Lions’ Share of Africa

Here Kitty Kitty…. We’ve been searching for cats on the African savanna and despite our best kitty calls we can’t find a furry feline anywhere! Today, finding African

Chinese Serow grazing in the forest. Photo Credit: Flickr User, Siwild

Leeches Are Helping Scientists Find Lost Mammals

It looks like a segmented worm, can be found in shallow freshwater, saltwater, in warm, moist soil or clinging to plants or rocks, and it is on the

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Polar Bears Have Clear Hair, So Why Do They Look White?

Earlier this year we asked you what colour you think a polar bear is? The answer is pretty surprising! Polar bear hair is actually mostly clear

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The Arabian Oryx Revival Tour!

When you look at the beautiful Arabian Oryx (Oryx leucoryx) does the word unicorn come to mind? Well, believe it or not, this animal has lead to

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Tree Loving Kangaroos

Goodfellow’s tree kangaroos (Dendrolagus goodfellowi) live deep in the rainforests of Papua New Guinea. These hopping tree lovers have beautiful coats that are chestnut brown with long

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Save the Reefs!

A new report called Reefs at Risk Revisited has warned that 75% of the world’s coral reefs are threatened. If we don’t step in to

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Finding a Rare Chameleon

One of the world’s rarest species has shown new hope thanks to an amazing discovery. A new population of the Belalanda chameleon has been found deep in the forests

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Calling All Bat Doctors

There is a race going on, and not the fun three-legged kind, it’s a dash to save a species. Conservationists are rushing to try and discover a way

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Catching up with a Kakapo

The kakapo (Strigops habroptila) is a very unique bird, for one thing it is a nocturnal parrot, so just like cats they  are active at night. But

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