Mammals

African wild dogs
Zoologist Daniella Rabaiotti explains how African wild dogs tackle their prey. 
Lion in a tree
Do lions climb? Sarah Huebner from the Lion Research Centre has all the answers.
Dragonfly larva
Genevieve Dalley from the British Dragonfly Society analyses how dragonfly larvae catch their food.
When bad weather hits, dolphins lay low
Author and wildlife guide Jon Dunn explains how dolphins cope with stormy weather. 
BBC Wildlife contributor Christian Dunn answers your wild question.
Bearded seal on an iceberg in Svalbard, Norway
Naturalist and BBC Wildlife contributor Jon Dunn explains the remarkable ways these marine mammals use their whiskers.
Cheetah family
BBC Wildlife's Q&A editor Sarah McPherson discusses cheetah spots. 
Wild giant panda
BBC Wildlife contributor Stuart Blackman discusses why giant pandas are black and white.
Chimpanzee at Ngogo Chimpanzee Project in Uganda
BBC Wildlife contributor Stuart Blackman answers your wild question.
Grey squirrels are a non-native species in the UK
The UK can elimate non-native species such as grey squirrels, says James Russell, who is leading efforts to remove invasive predators in New Zealand.
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