A face like a surprised coconut...
Orangutans are endangered by the demands that we make on their environment
25,062 species are threatened with extinction
Freezing Earth's Future
The Earth is undergoing a sixth mass extinction, with scientists warning that the 'biological annihilation' of wildlife is 'more severe than perceived'.
Creepy, crawly, buzzing insects might disappear - we shouldn't say 'good riddance'.
Of all the species in all the world, which would we miss most?
Five species we couldn't live without and five that maybe we could!
Seabird population trends
UK seabird numbers have declined by 27%
A British Noah's Ark
Britain could become a living ark - a refuge for endangered plants and animals - if we are ready to welcome new creatures such as the Iberian lynx
You don't need a scientist to know what's causing the sixth mass extinction
It's simple. It's us. The more people there are, the more habitats we destroy.
Save the bees
These tiny hyperactive creatures are crucial to our survival
The truth is hard to swallow
Our waste is killing creatures thousands of miles away - how can this happen?
Butterfly and moths
A snapshot of the most common species
Life on earth
We don't yet know the number of species on Earth - but we know some are disappearing even before scientists have classified them