Environment minister Rory Stewart has committed the Government to £1.2m in funding for the unit
Martin Stevens is a pioneer of the experimental approach to mimicry and camouflage
I need a person in a painting before I can really care for it
She has been the only member of her species at the centre and has had no contact with male sharks
The hunts, which will eventually kill about 600 animals in 32 countries, have outraged activists
But if your kind has been around 220 million years, there’s no hurry
Conservationists hailed the success of the trials as 'absolutely brilliant'
The Society are predicting very unusual results for the 37th annual edition
The scene was captured by a photographer who regularly walks in the area of River Heads, Queensland
Nature’s bubble bath
As the weather this early January is so vile, I thought by way of consolation I would relay some views on the pleasure of the springtime to come, from an unfamiliar source: George Orwell.
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
Birds are able to produce intensely-coloured plumage by manipulating the way light is reflected from their feathers
The actress stressed the need for stronger legislation against abuse of animals and the environment
The film has already wowed audiences at the Sundance Film Festival
The research challenges the theory that snakes originally became limbless as they began to live in the sea