The Irish elk: when and why did this giant deer go extinct and what did it look like?
Fossil bones and antlers in the Museum's collection hold clues about the life and disappearance of Europe's biggest ever deer.
Monkeypox: How is biodiversity loss linked to emerging zoonotic diseases?
As we encroach more on the natural world, new diseases are likely to become more common.24 June 2022
WPY Horizons: five photographers to watch
Go beyond the camera and discover five wildlife photographers who are using their work to celebrate the natural world and those protecting it.
The world's largest bacteria are visible to the naked eye
Measuring over a centimetre long, Thiomargarita magnifica is over 5000 times bigger than the average microbe.23 June 2022