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Wildlife & exotics news headlines

Foster tadpoles ‘trigger parental instinct in poison frogs’ Foster tadpoles ‘trigger parental instinct in poison frogs’
Study shows external stimulus can trigger complex behaviour Read More

Large and small vertebrates ‘most at risk of extinction’

Large and small vertebrates ‘most at risk of extinction’

Researchers analyse global database of body masses

Large and small vertebrates ‘most at risk of extinction’

Rhino horn ‘made into jewellery to evade detection’
Report highlights ‘alarming’ new method by criminal networks Read More

Trial set to improve zoo animal welfare

Trial set to improve zoo animal welfare
Researchers analyse new welfare assessment grid Read More


Snow leopard removed from endangered list

Snow leopard removed from endangered list
IUCN updates Red List of Endangered Species Read More

Rare white giraffes spotted in Kenya

Rare white giraffes spotted in Kenya
Local communities baffled by sighting Read More


Complex animals ‘lived half a billion years ago’

Complex animals ‘lived half a billion years ago’

Fossil discovery sheds new light on animal...


Australian magpie ‘dunks’ food before eating

Australian magpie ‘dunks’ food before eating

Researchers observe behaviour in Kosciuszko National Park

Wild tigers to return to Kazakhstan

Wild tigers to return to Kazakhstan
Project involves restoration of forest Read More

London man sentenced for keeping wild goldfinches

London man sentenced for keeping wild goldfinches
Five caged birds spotted at allotment Read More