Can chimp- and lemur-spotters help save the animals they love to track down and photograph in the jungle?
Rubies, sapphires and emeralds are not as swanky as diamonds, but they have their own unique culture.
Taking photos of false limbs may not sound very exciting, but it can have its own innate attraction.
A Shade of Beauty
Myanmarese parasols have been handmade for generations in Pathein all from natural materials..
In 1866, the Mekong was as mysterious as the Nile. One brave Frenchman was determined to explore it.
Despite tiny brains, pigeons can navigate astonishingly well. How do they do it? Theories abound
Do elephants forget? Are March hares crazy? Do bats bump into things? Read on to find out the real truth.
Extreme skiing and BASE jumping are dangerous if you get it wrong. Almost deadly, in some cases.