News Saltwater crocodiles can weigh up to a ton

A search team looking for a 12-year-old boy who was snatched by a crocodile have reportedly discovered human remains near the waterhole where he was swimming in Australia.

Bursts of joy break up the mainly bleak 'Viktor'

Pina Bausch: World Cities, Sadler's Wells & Barbican Theatre, London

What better way to celebrate the Cultural Olympiad than by staging the late, great Pina Bausch's searching, spectacular portraits of 10 world cities?

Briton dead and second missing after horror crocodile attack in India

The body of a British man who went missing whilst holidaying with a friend on a crocodile infested river in India has been found.

Draw Me a House allows little hands to reimagine famous buildings from the Parthenon to the Gherkin, while learning about architectural styles. £12.95, published by Cicada Books
Donald Jr holds the severed tail of an elephant. Donald Sr, right, has questioned why his sons enjoy hunting so much

Donald Trump's sons in line of fire over African hunting trip

Tycoon father joins chorus of disapproval after photos emerge of pair with dead leopard and elephant

The Aboriginal army defending Australia

Indigenous people have been at war with the Aussie establishment for generations. But an army unit that prizes their skills is now fighting the age-old prejudices

On reflection: Henrietta Lidchi, world cultures keeper, with one of Ankhhor’s coffins at Fascinating Mummies, which advances our knowledge of the Egyptians

Fascinating Mummies, National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

The wonders of ancient science – it's amazing what you can learn from a cat scan ...

Dingo baby attack case drawing to close

Thirty-two years ago, Lindy Chamberlain ran from a tent screaming “The dingo’s got my baby”. On Friday, Australia’s longest and most notorious legal saga will come full circle when a coroner is asked to rule that a dingo really was responsible for the baby’s death.

Crocodiles have sunk their teeth deep into the psyche of Top Enders

Lost in the landscape: Wilderness and wildlife in Australia’s Top End

This sparsely populated region of Australia's Northern Territory is home to creatures that are both fantastic and formidable, says Mike Unwin.

Portfolio: Sharon Montrose

How do you persuade an energetic infant monkey to pause long enough for a photograph? You don't. "I put the camera in front of him, let him do whatever he wanted and tried to capture his natural charm," says Sharon Montrose. "Of course, you do need a lot of patience for that."

Elvis swims next to the lawnmower he dragged into his pool at the Australian Reptile Park

Cut! Elvis the testosterone croc silences the mower

Australia’s saltwater crocodiles are notoriously fond of human flesh. But yesterday it was a lawnmower that took the fancy of Elvis, a 16-foot croc living in a reptile park north of Sydney.

Lacoste accused of attempting to censor 'too pro-Palestinian' art

French luxury goods firm Lacoste last night dramatically terminated its sponsorship of a £21,000 photography prize after it was accused of attempting to censor the work of a London-based Palestinian artist.

Christmas gift guide: Christmas with a conscience

Celebrate the season of peace and goodwill by choosing from these eco-friendly, fairly traded but stylish presents

Deborah Ross: Without this list you won't be on-trend

If you ask me... never machine-wash a giant woolly vagina

Woman, 90, savaged by alligator

An alligator has attacked and severely injured a 90-year-old woman in south-west Florida.

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Bread from heaven

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Robert Fisk in Abu Dhabi

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Iwan Rheon is returning to his Welsh roots

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Increasing numbers of homeless people in America keep their mobile phones on the streets

Homeless people keep mobile phones

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