She has been the only member of her species at the centre and has had no contact with male sharks
Seven-month-old Atlas is currently being cared for by staff at the Scottish SPCA centre in Cardonald, Glasgow
A lethal combination of the Varroa mite and the deformed wing virus has resulted in the death of billions of bees
A century ago they numbered eight million, and until quite recently they were still a common sight on Britain’s waterways
The Society are predicting very unusual results for the 37th annual edition
Study finds they will console one another by grooming when one individual is observed suffering from painful distress
The great naturalist said he had no secret to long life - 'I don’t do any exercise or anything'
Experts found killer whales, bottlenose dolphins and striped dolphins had highest concentrations of PCB in their blubber
Much of the credit has gone to the French hosts of the conference where the Paris Agreement was signed; but the real architect was President Barack Obama
The strangest looking shark in the world has just been discovered
The list features photographs taken by National Geographic's "YourShot" community.
Here’s something that may point you towards a few late Christmas presents: my best environment books of 2015. Environmental literature is a flourishing genre and, in particular, the tide of New Nature Writing – books of all sorts about the natural world – has become a flood in 2015, with dozens of titles published, many of a tremendously high standard.
The research challenges the theory that snakes originally became limbless as they began to live in the sea
The research also finds a link between nature and crime reduction
'Africa is changing now probably faster than any continent in human history'
The milestone will be recognised with a one-hour special, Inspiring Attenborough: Sir David at 90