'The horror and suffering these cubs must have gone through is almost unbearable to think about', says League Against Cruel Sports
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'
By 2050, up to 37 per cent of the world’s species could become committed to extinction due to climate change
'After tasting human flesh, the bear may have learned it can eat them'
The pacu fish is a very close relative to the pirahna
The bison has 'never gone to the bathroom' in the house
Potentially lethal bacteria causes swelling and hair loss to the animals' ears, muzzle and feet
The ivory trade is driven mainly by demand from the US and Asian countries
Wildlife officials say they are concerned about the elk population in the area
Two rhino calves have also been orphaned by the attacks
The decline of bees in Britain could have huge impacts on the production of certain fruits and vegetables
'Still too much bread is being dumped in the waterways,' Canal & River Trust says
Environment minister Rory Stewart has committed the Government to £1.2m in funding for the unit
Their call has been described as the essence of the wilderness, but it may soon fall silent
The six-episode series will air in the UK later this year
A century ago they numbered eight million, and until quite recently they were still a common sight on Britain’s waterways