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For do-gooders the world over it's a familiar problem. How do you make charity, or in this case corporate responsibility, appeal to a wide audience with a short attention span?

A victim of man's methods - and, quite possibly, British badgers - the humble hedgehog is becoming an engdangered species. Here's what you can do

Our writer, aware of his advancing years, has a soft spot for these little beasts

All creatures great and small: Annual animal census begins at London Zoo

The count is required as part of the license terms of British zoos

Scottish wildcat

'2013 will decide whether the Scottish wildcat lives or dies': Highland tiger on its last legs following persecution by gamekeepers and interbreeding with domestic cats

Control by gamekeepers and interbreeding with domestic cats means an historic species is dying

Cat scan: The detailed tiger in Life of Pi sets a new benchmark for CGI realism

IoS film review: Life of Pi

A teenage boy and a ferocious tiger must coexist on a small boat set adrift in a sea of kitsch

How did they bring the 'unfilmable' Life of Pi to our screens?

The tale of an Indian boy who becomes stranded in a lifeboat with a Bengal tiger went on to sell more than seven million copies

Ang Lee: Filming Life of Pi was far from easy as pie

The director's verdict on filming a book branded 'unfilmable'

The film On the Road, from Jack Kerouac's novel, will be out next week - even though critics said it was unfilmable

Revealed: The unfilmables

They said these were the books that couldn't be filmed. They thought it could never happen. But, this season, they're coming to a big screen cinema near you...

There's no tiger without 'taiga': how Russians are fighting the decline of these beautiful cats

In the first of an occasional series, our writer on the eastern fringes of Russia reports on the conservationists who are trying to save the Amur Tiger

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Coalition faces court fight over refusal to ban circus animals

Animal welfare groups threaten legal action after the Government's broken promise

The Weekend's Viewing: Louis Theroux: America's Most Dangerous Pets, Sun, BBC2; The Story of Film: an Odyssey, Sat, More4

We should probably have talked this through before you decided to do it, Tim," said Louis Theroux nervously in America's Most Dangerous Pets.

Lions, tigers and camels on the loose in rural Ohio

A sheriff said he gave orders to shoot to kill because he had to put the safety of residents first

Christina Patterson: Forget the 'Suburban Sarahs' and tell us what you want to do

Sometimes, a politician does something so embarrassing that you almost hope for a news blackout, so that people fighting for democracy in the Arab world don't change their mind.

Breaking the mould: A new TV series is offering viewers the chance to see food rot

Alice-Azania Jarvis meets the experts who are dedicated to decoding decay

Last Night's TV: Timeshift: When the Circus Comes to Town/BBC4<br />True Stories: Babes in Hollywood/More4

Billy Smart was a fine example of nominative determinism. Smartness is quickness of insight, and he had it in bundles. He grasped the mood of post-war Britain unusually well when he launched Billy Smart's Circus in 1946. With great shrewdness and entrepreneurial zeal, he popularised circus entertainment by making it an antidote to austerity and an unbeatable form of family entertainment. Within a few years his quick intelligence, and eye for a commercial opportunity, had changed our cultural landscape. The imprint is deep and still with us.

Rise in attacks &ndash; bad news for victims, good news for tigers

For villagers and their families it is a tragedy, but for tiger conservationists a sudden rise in the number of attacks offers welcome, if gruesome, evidence the predator is staging a comeback.

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Karen Attwood's young daughter Yasmin beat cancer. Now her family is about to take on a new challenge - scaling Ben Nevis to help other children
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Thirty years ago, 39 fans waiting to watch a European Cup final died as a result of a fatal cocktail of circumstances. Ian Herbert looks at how a club dealt with this tragedy
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Blundering Tony Blair quits as Middle East peace envoy – only Israel will miss him

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