September 2016

 

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Long Live the King

As Africa’s lions slide towards extinction, are we on the verge of having to reassess humanity’s relationship with the iconic species? Chris Fitch reports

 

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Cats on the Brink

Katie Stacey and Luke Massey investigate Spain’s efforts to maintain habitats for the Iberian lynx, a European wild cat on the verge of dying out

 

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The Growing Silence

The saola is one of the world’s rarest large mammals. But as Melody Kemp discovers, illegal poaching is seeing its home being steadily emptied

 

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Plant Life

Kew Gardens has produced the world’s first comprehensive report on plant species, finding over one fifth at risk of extinction. Laura Cole reports

 

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Trapped in the Carolinas

Laura Cole discovers in North Carolina, a three-pronged threat to the only wild habitat of the Venus flytrap

 

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Back to Life

Is extinction forever? Chris Fitch meets the small but growing movement that is daring to think otherwise 

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