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UK waterways face “invasional meltdown” from European species, scientists warn: bbc.in/1w2S80X
Enjoying #WondersofTheMonsoon? Then make sure you check out our website for exclusive extras: bbc.co.uk/monsoon pic.twitter.com/h0JLY2G56d
Monsoon flooding forces elephants to cross busy roads to reach higher ground in Kaziranga, India #WondersofTheMonsoon pic.twitter.com/V8rnWhC8kc
The weird looking frog-faced turtle must lay her eggs before the monsoon arrives #WondersofTheMonsoon @BBCTwo pic.twitter.com/VPMG5p2gZz
A toad orgy - male Indian common toads turn golden to mate #WondersofTheMonsoon, @BBCTwo pic.twitter.com/H3oToRMSSA
Assamese macaques make a splash as the monsoon rains arrive #WondersofTheMonsoon @BBCTwo pic.twitter.com/GO5OZPZRme
Dramatic twisted trees are exposed along the dry Mekong, Cambodia, during the dry season #WondersofTheMonsoon pic.twitter.com/WuYP1WwsDk
Only 30mins until the next incredible instalment of #WondersofTheMonsoon. 8pm, @BBCTwo pic.twitter.com/UtGqQXxmiB
Don't forget: #WondersofTheMonsoon is on tonight, 8pm @BBCTwo. It's a wet & wild one! pic.twitter.com/mEzv6tIi0T
The glory of life in yellow - Nature's beauty through the prism of a single colour bbc.in/1w0R2mh pic.twitter.com/eMiB8p8Mwe
Sneak peek at some of the highlights coming up in tomorrow's #WondersofTheMonsoon on @BBCTwo: bbc.in/1qFIbju pic.twitter.com/UZik7QyG50
We’re changing name soon… but we’ll still be your No 1 account for the best of the natural world ☺ pic.twitter.com/QHa5MewSCL
If you missed the fantastic first part of #WondersofTheMonsoon, catch up with @BBCiPlayer -> bbc.in/1swTQHb pic.twitter.com/w0r0PCyzx1
Coming soon -> David Attenborough guides us through the greatest of all adventures in #LifeStory on @BBCOne : youtu.be/YlHHTmIkdis
Could lynx stalk Scotland? Here's 5 facts on the cats with a mythic blood-sucking reputation bbc.in/1vMuHIk pic.twitter.com/noRKchG1P2
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It’s an unusual treatment, but injecting trees with garlic could save them from disease -> bbc.in/1y4UI91
Monkey midwife: Female langur makes an extraordinary intervention bbc.in/1pKOWRz pic.twitter.com/La0o1N2QBG
Dormice, one of GB’s most endangered mammals, are getting a boost before winter ow.ly/CmBOb @BBCNature pic.twitter.com/dxRrtU7Coe
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Can you tell what this buzzard ate for lunch? See the glory of life in X-Ray: bbc.in/1mkDxw9 pic.twitter.com/zqPlUm4lNM
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When monster red leeches eating giant blue earthworms go viral -> bbc.in/1xcCWxe #WondersofTheMonsoon: Tonight, 8pm, @BBCTwo
"Hiya!" Make sure you tune into stunning new series #WondersofTheMonsoon Starts tonight, 8pm, @BBCTwo pic.twitter.com/sl53O7nv5Y
Good news -> Corncrakes have had their best breeding season in 45 years in Scotland: bbc.in/1vzDyMu
Rare clouded leopard cub hand-reared in zookeeper's bathroom after it was rejected by its mother: bbc.in/1BBsikm @CotsWildTweets
Shark personality test reveals the fearsome fish can be social or solitary -> bbc.in/1ugkeW1
Aerial survey photographs show huge numbers of Pacific walrus coming ashore in Alaska: bbc.in/1vAJKoq
Summing up September with gorgeous wildlife images from around the world -> bit.ly/Zr73pK Via @guardianeco
Footage of wild chimps’ tool use is evidence of them developing a "new culture": bbc.in/1rGm7ua bit.ly/1yySAHM
So this is what it is all about at Richmond Park atm... Deer rut time! @BBCNature @NATUREmag @wildlife_uk @LondonNP pic.twitter.com/qF9FewQDqU
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Sadly, the global loss of species is worse than previously thought, according to @OfficialZSL: bbc.in/1rAObPm
Tree bumblebee rapid spread charted by @uniofeastanglia: bbc.in/1sJIkd2
Meerkat pup surprise for Wetheriggs Animal Centre -> bbc.in/YipkVc
Pygmy seahorses specialise in camouflage. Their colour and shape match surrounding coral: bbc.in/1mlBqbc pic.twitter.com/5gqbE05wpK
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The Amazon rainforest is nourished by the remains of ancient African fish, carried in dust blown across the Atlantic: bbc.in/1wMlmjv
Here is a little piece I did for @BBCEarth a few weeks ago. It is rather lovely! @EarthUnplugged bbc.com/earth/world
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Photographer captures the kingfishers living in London's network of concrete water channels bbc.in/1sXlh8U pic.twitter.com/IgsSP5CY9B
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Camera traps capture hyenas and jackals gate-crashing South Africa’s vulture “restaurants”: bbc.in/1rmXu5m pic.twitter.com/uGySDVsJ6Y