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BBC Earth
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These incredible images reveal the alien world living underneath our noses ->
If you think this monkey looks a bit sinister, you're right. They practise infanticide
Meet the liars of the animal kingdom. Just don't trust them
The heartwarming story of Chastity, the elephant orphan looking for a new family
What was the first predator to ever stalk the Earth? Here's a clue: it was before sharks
An angry swan will rear up, flare its wings and hiss, grunt, snort and flap
Scientists have documented a #bonobo giving birth in the wild for the first time:
Scientists have documented a #bonobo giving birth in the wild the first time:
Explore the OTHER great barrier reef, the one in the Caribbean, in our gallery
We all have our ways of securing sexual partners. Male scorpionflies have anal horns
Africa isn't just home to "big cats" - it has some equally exquisite smaller ones too ->
Coconut crabs are the largest of all land crabs, with a legspan of up to a metre
This horned dinosaur species was size of a bunny
We are wired to respond to nature, says @GeorgeMonbiot, so we'd be happier if we lived in it
Kittens versus puppies. In slow motion. Thank you @EarthUnplugged
How the 'art of killing' changed the world:
Lemmings are not stupid and they don't suicidally hurl themselves off cliffs:
Booming brilliant! The secretive bittern hits record numbers in England -> via @Natures_Voice
Day two in the Kalahari and it looks like this crew might be down a cameraman via @gavinmboyland #EarthOnLocation
Each day the team tactically run the gauntlet through snoozing sea lions to base via @BrennandEmma #EarthOnLocation
Almost no insects survive in the sea, apart from seal-hugging lice: #Unmissable