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'World's ugliest pig' caught on camera

'World's ugliest pig' caught on camera

Science
Media playback is unsupported on your deviceScientists have captured the first footage in the wild of one of the world's rarest - and ugliest - pigs.The Javan warty pig is under such threat from hunting and habitat loss that conservationists surveying its habitat believed it might already have been driven to extinction. Camera traps have now revealed that small populations survive in Java's increasingly fragmented forests.The team says its aim now is to protect the rare animals' habitat. The survey was led by Dr Johanna Rode-Margono from Chester Zoo, who said she and her colleagues were "thrilled" to see that the pigs were still there. The last study of these lowland forested areas was back in 2004 and revealed a "serious decline" in the population of the species. "We were worried that all...
'Queen's defeat means more practice and Peppa Pig'

'Queen's defeat means more practice and Peppa Pig'

Sports
Media playback is not supported on this device 2017 Aegon ChampionshipsVenue: Queen's Club, London Dates: 19-25 JuneCoverage: Comprehensive live coverage on BBC One, BBC Two, Red Button, Connected TV and online dailyLosing in the first round at Queen's Club doesn't mean I can't go on and do well at Wimbledon. It just means I've got a lot of work to do.I knew before the tournament that I still have some way to go if I'm going to get up to the level where I challenge for the biggest titles, but I certainly expected more from myself.I'm not the only player to suffer a surprise on the grass - Roger Federer lost in the first round in Stuttgart, and Stan Wawrinka and Milos Raonic also lost at Queen's on Tuesday.Grass is a very different surfac...