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The Yellowstone grizzlies are about to be taken off the endangered species list - after they were first added more than 40 years ago.
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Zola has been cooling off in his favourite blue swimming pool at Dallas Zoo.
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Wild chimpanzees have changed their hunting strategies in response to being watched and followed by scientists, observations suggest.
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Two chimp 'tribes' have developed different hunting habits in response to human presence.
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Kazakhstan's Expo 2017 provides a taste of what could be the future of greener and renewable energy.
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The tiny satellite was designed by Rifath Sharrook, 18, and manufactured using a 3-D printer.
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The shrinking size of whales over the 20th Century could help scientists detect when wildlife populations are in trouble, a study suggests.
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OHB and SSTL will make the next eight, possibly even the next 14, satellites for Europe's GPS.
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The conservation group WWF is warning that koalas could be wiped out in some Australian states amid deforestation and increasing attacks by livestock.
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Could an effort to gather genetic data from its population of one billion people help India take the lead in advanced healthcare?
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Race to the bottom
21 Jun 2017 2:00:47
The obscure and difficult to reach tracts of the seabed being claimed in the hope they contain mineral riches.
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Scientists crack the problem of why two-wheeled suitcases can rock from side-to-side and turn over.
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Prof Stephen Hawking has called for leading nations to send astronauts to the Moon by the end of this decade.
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After decades in the planning, a space mission to detect gravitational waves finally gets the go-ahead.
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A million-year-long period of volcanic activity led to the rise of the dinosaurs, a study suggests.
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The domestic cat is descended from wild cats that were tamed twice - in the Near East and then Egypt.
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Any Brexit changes to the UK's wildlife laws will increase - not reduce - environmental protection, Michael Gove has pledged.
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Forestry researchers condemn attempts to change the way carbon from trees is counted in Europe.
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Volunteer rescuers have been learning how to save marine creatures when they wash up on the beach.
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Science reporter Victoria Gill joins researchers in Arizona to find out how President Trump's wall could affect endangered desert wildlife.
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Nasa chief engineer Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu on the robots that are changing the world.
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How President Trump's "great wall" on US-Mexico border could affect endangered desert wildlife.
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Wildlife photographer Joel Sartore has photographed more than 6,000 contained species so far. He explains why.
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Sir John Sulston is elevated to the Companion of Honour in the Queen’s birthday list.
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It'll be a tough journey - previous robots sent in to the ruined nuclear reactor didn't make it back.
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