mammals

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. 
Wolf population lacks genetic variation, according to new research. 
Polecat
Steve Carter from the Vincent Wildlife Trust discusses ferrets and polecats. 
The follow up to the highly acclaimed Remembering Elephants, this is a tribute to rhinos and comprises of images generously donated by many of the world’s best wildlife photographers.
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.
Wild okapi are only found in the rainforests of the Democratic Republic of Congo
Learn more about these elusive African mammals.
Beavers were recently introduced to Cornwall
With the beaver release in Cornwall, it’s easy to believe that the species is back in Britain for good, but much needs to be done to secure its future, says Derek Gow.
Black lemur
BBC Wildlife contributor Ben Garrod answers your wild question.
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