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Most years, Spaniards encounter just one giant squid as long as a city bus along their northern shores—a fisherman might haul one up from the depths accidentally, or beachgoers might stumble across a carcass stranded on a beach.
Using the spectacular photography of George Logan and the skills of Steve Hawthorne and Katy Hopkins at advertising company WCRS Limited, these images of wild animals placed within an urban setting aim to provide a shocking reminder that wildlife is losing its habitat at an alarming rate.
The pebble toad has an amazing defensive skill. When it is threatened the pebble toad curls up like a ball and throws itself down the mountain ! See it in action when it faces a toad eating tarantula !
It's autumn and trees across the West Country are heavily laden with cider apples. At Gaymers' Stewley orchard in Somerset harvesting is about to start. The machines are ready to go and the first pickings will be at the cider mill by Monday.
London climate change report outlines threat to biodiversity from global warming and urges more 'urban greening'. Despite being one of the world's largest and most densely populated cities, the capital boasts a wide diversity of habitats that are hugely important to the wildlife that depend on them.