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  1. This giant tortoise isn't extinct after all

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    Video caption: A Fernandina giant tortoise hadn't been seen alive for 110 years

    A Fernandina giant tortoise hadn't been seen alive for 110 years

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    Video caption: Insect decline: What do insects actually do?

    Reports show many insect populations are declining. How will that affect us?

  3. Giant bee thought extinct found alive

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    Video caption: The world's biggest bee has been re-discovered, after decades thought lost to science.

    The world's biggest bee has been re-discovered, after decades thought lost to science.

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    Video caption: Dartmoor Zoo's big cat tug-of-wars a 'money-making gimmick'

    A zoo that charges visitors £15 to have a tug-of-war against big cats is criticised by animal groups.

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    Video caption: 'Firefall' in Yosemite National Park stuns visitors

    The rare phenomenon happens when light hits a waterfall tumbling down El Capitan.

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    Video caption: Panda-snow-mium: Giant pandas enjoy Washington winter storm

    Giant panda Mei Xiang, 20, and three-year-old Bei Bei had a (snow) ball at the National Zoo.

  7. Climate protest at council headquarters

    BBC Radio Devon

    Dozens of environmental protesters have gathered outside Devon County Council in Exeter as it holds a big budget meeting.

    They want councillors to support a motion calling for the authority to follow Cornwall and Somerset councils to declare a "climate emergency", and commit to going carbon neutral by 2030.

    Quote Message: We're already in a climate emergency. It's the duty of the councillors to acknowledge that and to accept that and to start to work on how we do something about that. They have the information, they have the research, they just have to decide how we're going to deal with this crisis now. from Josie Holt Extinction Rebellion movement volunteer
    Josie HoltExtinction Rebellion movement volunteer
    Climate change protest
  8. Helen Briggs

    BBC Environment correspondent

    A single female Wallace's giant bee was found

    Helen Briggs

    BBC Environment correspondent

    A giant bee, thought lost to science decades ago, has been re-discovered on an Indonesian island.

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  9. Paul Rincon

    Science editor, BBC News website

    Moros intrepidus

    Paul Rincon

    Science editor, BBC News website

    A newly discovered relative of T. rex stood just a metre or more tall at the hip, a study suggests.

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