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Food, shelter & sex: Why 'master-apprentice' relationships are vital in the animal kingdom:
Poaching leaves many young elephants orphaned. Here's how they rebuild their lives
You might think New York is the last place you'd look for a new species. But you'd be wrong
The cove crabs are already at the water and waiting for nightfall to dip... #EarthOnLocation via @Elizabeth0White
The name says it all - this robber crab is rifling through our filming kit! #EarthOnLocation via @Elizabeth0White
This new frog was discovered in New York. Here are 4 other species found right under our noses
Learning to live together: How can we improve conservation at human-wildlife boundaries?
This ant has only just been discovered but it's already endangered
Lemmings are stupid and throw themselves off cliffs, right? Er, no by @WayOfThePanda
@BBCEarth Beautiful. Here are Devil's Fingers spotted Brockhampton, Herefordshire in Sept. #fungusfriday
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Waxcaps are sometimes described as the 'orchids' of the fungi world: #FungusFriday
This weird fungus invades its victims, eating them from the inside out: #FungusFriday
Plants talk to each other using an internet... and it's made of fungus #FungusFriday
This coral tree has been declared extinct twice. It's one of the rarest plants in the world
As mountains are forced up, the rocks deep underneath them can heat up to a roasting 1000C
This pufferfish sandcastle is the biggest structure made by a single animal - all to attract a mate #EarthOnLocation
The crazy and often colourful courtship of bowerbirds -> #LifeStory @BBCOne
Filming an unusual animal in a very unusual place. Guess the species? #EarthOnLocation via @shotinthewild
Watch the moment a hunting barn owl strikes its prey: #SlowMo
Where is the hottest part of Earth's crust? Under a baby mountain, of course
For those worrying about squashed crabs - they're ok, thanks to the caring islanders! #EarthOnLocation
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