A new report highlights the vital importance of work being carried out by Devon conservationists in a Tanzanian forest.
A female seal on the English Riviera is enjoying the high life with her own spa beauty sessions.
Dedicated keepers at Paignton Zoo are hand-rearing two tiny African chicks. The snowy-crowned robin-chats are being fed every hour from 8am to 9pm. Keepers use a pair of tweezers to feed them papaya, earthworms and tiny pieces of meat.
Wildlife conservation in the 21st century is not simply about threatened species and exotic habitats, it’s about local people and their way of life – which is why the latest recruit to one Devon-based charity is learning to speak Indonesian.
As temperatures soar, one black rhino has found his own way of cooling off – by turning himself into a red rhino.