Bumblebees make tiny incisions in the leaves of plants to stimulate the production of new flowers
Birds that inhabit river banks swallow tiny bits of plastic debris at a rate of hundreds a day.
Across Australia alone, feral cats collectively kill more than three billion animals per year.
A mass extinction is under way and many people remain oblivious to it. A reason is that it involves insects.
Wildlife trafficking is a clear and present danger not only to endangered species but to people as well.
Bats are possible reservoirs of viruses, yet often they don't get sick. That is thanks to an evolutionary adaptation.