They say cats have nine lives, but journalist Kate Gray, who tweets as @hownottodraw, recently shared a photo of one cat’s bid for immortality. Gray shared a photo of a tiny little detail she noticed her
Three families of beavers are to be introduced on land managed by the National Trust as part of plans to ease flooding and improve biodiversity. Two Eurasian beaver families will be released next spring
The big cats are among the fiercest apex predators in the world. Jaguars are some of the fiercest animals in the world. They're not afraid to go after deadly prey and they have no natural predators in
Noise produced by human activities should be better regulated to protect wildlife, say the authors of a study exposing how sound pollution affects myriad creatures from fish to birds. Road traffic, aircraft,
A painting of a chilly and awkward encounter between two women who were both lovers of Picasso has gone on display for the first time in the UK. The large painting from 1937 is part of the first UK retrospective
The world’s nations are on track to produce more than twice as much coal, oil and gas as can be burned in 2030 while restricting rise in the global temperature to 1.5C, analysis shows. The report is the
It was written by Vincent van Gogh a few months before his death aged 37, during his time as a patient at a small asylum on the outskirts of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence where he painted some of his most vivid
Festival awaits appearance by Labour leader, who cancelled speech last year in aftermath of Brexit vote The chorus started at 10pm on Thursday in the dark sweaty depths of the Glastonbury silent disco.