The mass of crustaceans was described by one scientist as 'by far the largest I have ever seen ‒ and it's going to get bigger'
'Petrified' cub was looking for food when it got stuck in back of appliance
From creating televised snooker to narrating Adele's music video and initially being kept off TV for his teeth, he is is full of surprises
Two rhino calves have also been orphaned by the attacks
Identifying the pesticides is vital to ensuring the bees' future survival
The spider was named Dolomedes briangreenei, after famed physicist Brian Greene
'From outside our influence and our ability to act would be diminished'
Environment minister Rory Stewart has committed the Government to £1.2m in funding for the unit
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 hunts, which will eventually kill about 600 animals in 32 countries, have outraged activists
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
The scene was captured by a photographer who regularly walks in the area of River Heads, Queensland