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Which of these species have vanished?
How many trees can you identify from their leaves?
Ten tough facts about the sci-fi heroes of the natural world.
Here are some incredible things you might not know about the masters of disguise.
Seven facts about nature's effortless gliders.
They buzz and bother us but have also taught us much about who we are.
From Arnie to Robert Redford, nine of strangest beetles to be named after celebrities.
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Eleven things you should know about parrots.
Do bears defect in the woods? David Schneider plays a bear with Communist sympathies.
How much do you know about the prickly plant and its fruit?
Yes, they really do have beaks and doughnut-shaped brains!
Scientists celebrate the pioneers who inspired their work and lives.
Humorous perspectives on life from the plants and animals in the series.
Dinosaur myths, misconceptions and mysteries.
Brett Westwood gives the history of Santa's partnership with eight, then nine, reindeer.
Wembley's head groundsman Karl Standley on how he gets the surface ready for big games.
Kathy Hinde punches holes in cards showing starlings in flight to play using a music box
Looking after starlings at home, trainer Lloyd Buck found he had a surprise accompaniment
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