From a jet-propelled seagull to a gorilla picking its nose, these fabulously funny animal pictures are sure to make you giggle.
It’s only the second time the endangered species has been seen in the wild in the UK.
The ‘Covid-19 Bio-Logging Initiative’ aims to quantify the effect of reduced human activity (dubbed “anthropause”) on other species.
If urgent action is taken the research found that the world’s oceans could be restored to full abundance.
Taking advantage of town’s deserted streets because of the coronavirus lockdown, the Llandudno goats have even been branded vandals for munching through gardens.
Climate change scientist Lee Hannah explains how giving nature space could help curb future disease outbreaks.
The photographs were taken from a purpose-built bird-watching hide at Horn Mill Trout Farm.
Looks like this hedgehog’s packed all the necessities and more.
Christer Sjögren was playing a round of golf with friends, at Sweden’s Karlstad GC, when the moose calf charged him.
Jake Meadley was cycling in Esperance, Western Australia when he captured the footage on his GoPro.
Each year Din Din spends approximately eight months with Joao and is believed to spend the rest of the time breeding off the coast of Argentina and Chile.