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Wildlife & exotics news headlines

Deadly fungus could spread to UK newts, scientists say Deadly fungus could spread to UK newts, scientists say
Bsal ‘impossible to stop’ once in a wild population Read More

Single piece of plastic ‘can be fatal for sea turtles’

Single piece of plastic ‘can be fatal for sea turtles’

Study quantifies the impact of plastic pollution

Single piece of plastic ‘can be fatal for sea turtles’

Study uncovers Facebook trade in wild animals
Over 1,500 animals listed for sale in Thailand Read More

Two further Asian hornet sightings

Two further Asian hornet sightings
‘No evidence’ to suggest Hull and Cornwall sightings linked Read More


Exotics officer receives Animal Hero Award

Exotics officer receives Animal Hero Award
Phil Hamilton honoured for changing the lives of reptiles Read More

Scientists map primate electrocutions in Kenya

Scientists map primate electrocutions in Kenya
Findings could inform conservation efforts in high-risk areas Read More


Study sheds light on decline of Britain’s hedgehogs

Study sheds light on decline of Britain’s hedgehogs

Researchers investigate effects of badger sett...


Scientists unravel golden eagle genome

Scientists unravel golden eagle genome

Study could aid recovery of endangered bird

Underwater drone to protect Great Barrier Reef

Underwater drone to protect Great Barrier Reef
Robotic system can monitor a range of issues facing coral reefs Read More

Parrots ‘make economic decisions to get better rewards’

Parrots ‘make economic decisions to get better rewards’
Birds reject instant rewards in favour of higher value food Read More