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Theo Webb and Gottfried Hohmann track a group of bonobos in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Series 3 of Saving Species comes to an end with a look at the OU's iSpot project.
As we come towards the end of this series of Saving Species, we take a look at the OU's iSpot project and Arctic mammals.
This week Saving Species looks at freshwater eels and Chinese mitten crabs.
This week on Saving Species: The latest news on the designation of conservation areas around the English and Welsh coast.
Could this unusually named lichen be making a comeback?
This week the Saving Species team look at polar bears, sea ice and salmon populations.
On New Year's Day, Saving Species explores the role of wetland habitats in the lives of waterfowl.
On Christmas Day, Howard Stableford looks at conservation issues in some of the British Overseas Territories.
Tim Birkhead discusses a new collective whose creative work is influenced by the natural environment.
Saving Species looks into how our wildlife cope with the cold, dark winter days.
Saving Species looks at British beavers and asks whether areas of managed landscape can be returned to their former glory.
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