Inside this special issue: Rights for apes - After a landmark legal case in the USA in April, Vanessa Woods asks if extending human rights to primates could be a positive step for conservation.
Sunken treasures How sunken ships create incredibly rich coral habitats
Florida’s snail kites This distinctive raptor is making a comeback thanks to an invasive alien snail
Museum marvels The exhibits that explain our changing relationship with the natural world
Aliens: good for Britain? Are invaders bad, or vital to repair ecosystems?
George Monbiot “Why I want to see wild elephants in Britain.”
Mark Carwardine “The Green Party had one simple task: to break the unacceptable silence on the environment.”
Wildlife garden How to create habitat with dead wood and logs and make a reptile rockery
Your questions answered How ospreys learn to fish, horns versus antlers, how ibex climb steep cliffs, and meet butterfly cuckoos
New sections The latest scientific research, animal behaviour and conservation news
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