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Takhi are considered to be the world's last truly wild horse

Rare horses' social lives and personality may be key to their survival

Scientists are embarking on a conservation project to safeguard the lineage of endangered takhi in Mongolia – considered to be the world's last truly wild horse.

7 February 2014
Great White shark (Carcharodon carcharias)
Dr Nicholas Ray, a researcher in Great White shark population dynamics at Nottingham Trent University, gives his view on the planned shark cull in Western Australia.
20 January 2014
Bovine TB is one of the biggest challenges facing the cattle farming industry
The possibility that the parasitic liver fluke may affect the accuracy of bovine tuberculosis (TB) testing in cattle is being investigated by Nottingham Trent University.
21 November 2013
Giant pandas consume 12-20 kg of bamboo per day, but only digest about 17% of it
Dr Gareth Starbuck, an expert in animal reproduction at Nottingham Trent University, gives his views on the failed pregnancy of Edinburgh Zoo's giant panda, Tian Tian.
21 October 2013
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