Barât discusses keeping his Glastonbury set a secret and coping with fatherhood
The BBC documentary was narrated by Kate Winslet and followed the early stages of an Emperor penguin's life
Graduate insists: 'It is possible to live in London based on their expenses without coming from a wealthy background'
Westlake hit Ms Sanders in the face with a wine glass
Safety report reveals that rises in chlorine in the pool where they perform their popular Splash show has caused deterioration in their vision
London Zoo must immediately stop sending me emails inviting me to get up close and personal with eight-legged freaks. Otherwise known as spiders.
My book on migration, The Mara Crossing, took seven years. I put the birds and animals first, so their dangerous journeys could show that the drive to find better living conditions is universal and that human migration, a burning political topic everywhere today, is as natural as that of animals. Both are done to survive, both are part of the self-renewing nature of all life.
Conservationists encourage animals to mate by supplying the fishy couples with their own private tanks
A sheriff said he gave orders to shoot to kill because he had to put the safety of residents first
Zoo experts stumped after woman hands in mystery spider species
A Scottish zoo is planning to start a new breeding programme for chimpanzees, in the wake of recent research suggesting that captivity drives chimps mad.
As two new films explore the human-like behaviour of chimpanzees, Steve Connor explains the fascination – and fear – we have about our closest living relatives
Molly, the world's oldest captive orang-utan, died yesterday at the age of 59 at Tokyo's Tama Zoological Park. She arrived at Ueno Zoological Gardens, also in Japan's capital, from Indonesia in 1955 aged three. In the past decade, she had become well known in the country as an artist after developing a talent for drawing with crayons.
Barratt's break – from Mighty Boosh to nightly boards
Plans to put the dead polar bear's carcass on display have angered followers worldwide
The highly strung citizens of New York have yet another reason to feel on edge this morning: one of the world's most venomous creatures has escaped from its secure enclosure at The Bronx Zoo.