Mysterious orcas found, long-lost large bee rediscovered, and wolves air-dropped for special mission...
Mysterious Type D orca, sought after for years, found in Southern Ocean
BBC prioritises environment with new natural history programming
World's largest bee, missing for 38 years, found alive in Indonesia
Giant tortoise believed extinct for 100 years found in Galápagos
European farms could grow green and still be able to feed population
Washington governor to run on climate change
WWF accused of funding guards who torture and kill in poaching war
Bird extinctions 'driven' by global food trade
...and Canadian wolves are being airdropped into Michigan for a special mission
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What's 16,000 times louder than an airhorn?
Mating dance of the day; the hooded grebe.
Opossum shrimp eyes are small and transparent enough that you can see the neural pathways.
Did you know that sometimes bees sleep in flowers?
Pay attention to the growing wave of climate change lawsuits
Parking is too cheap
New ways of talking about the living world and the threats it faces
How eavesdropping on elephants is keeping them safe
In the future, jellyfish slime may be the solution to microplastic pollution
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