Sir David Attenborough gets a mauling from academic….because he"s "ignoring" all the gay animals in his BBC nature documentaries

Sir David Attenborough gets a mauling from academic….because he's 'ignoring' all the gay animals in his BBC nature documentariesHomosexuality in animal world 'pretty much everywhere' Dr Brett Mills says documentary makers are ignoring issueAs a result, audience's view of what is natural is being skewed By Fiona Macrae PUBLISHED: 05:03 GMT, 9 February 2013 | UPDATED: 05:11 GMT, 9 February 2013 David Attenborough is accused of not covering homosexuality in the animal kingdom Gay rights campaigners were delighted when the Commons approved same-sex marriage this week. But it appears there is another fight on the horizon – for equality in Sir David Attenborough’s nature documentaries.

At least it"s a white Christmas somewhere in Britain: 3-year-old gets ten tonnes of "fresh" snow delivered to his front garden after…

At least it's a white Christmas somewhere in Britain: 3-year-old gets ten tonnes of 'fresh' snow delivered to his front garden after winning prize draw | UPDATED: 09:07 GMT, 25 December 2012 The possibility of a white Christmas for most Brits seems to be ruled out but for one lucky 3-year-old it is guaranteed. Kelvin Kirkwood was treated to a 'snow fall' on Christmas Eve morning after his mother entered him into a competition at the local indoor snowsports centre. Ten tonnes of 'fresh snow' was dropped off in the family's front garden after Kelvin was entered into an online prize draw by his mother.

Borarus Naevus: Luminous miniature is one of world"s tiniest fish

A 'walking' catfish, a bat out of Hell and one of the world's smallest fish: Creatures among 126 brand new species discovered Miniature borarus naevus fish is one of over 100 new species discovered in South-East Asia's Greater Mekong regionOther finds include a singing frog, a 'walking' catfish, and a sinister looking bat that has been named after the devilMany new species are struggling to survive in shrinking habitats, World Wide Fund for Nature has warned | UPDATED: 21:50 GMT, 18 December 2012 This dazzling miniature fish is one of over 100 weird and wonderful new species that have been discovered in South-East Asia – along with a singing frog, a 'walking' catfish, and a devilish looking bat. The borarus naevus fish, which measures just 2cm in length, was spotted off the coast of Surat Thani in southern Thailand, and is one of a host of new creatures found in the Greater Mekong region during the course of 2011.

Novak Djokovic buys up world"s supply of donkey cheese at 400 a pound for new restaurant chain

You've got to be Djoking! Tennis star Novak buys up world's supply of donkey cheese at 400 a pound for new restaurant chain | UPDATED: 09:13 GMT, 10 December 2012 Some of us might find the idea of donkey milk cheese hard to stomach at any price. However, aficionados of the rare delicacy are apparently prepared to pay up to 400 a pound for it. And from next year, even that will not be enough to secure a supply, after tennis star Novak Djokovic bought up the entire 2013 output of the Serbian farm which produces it.

Abu Zaid al-Kuwaiti, Al Qaeda"s second in command, killed in drone strike on house in Pakistan

Al Qaeda's second in command killed during drone strike on house in Pakistan's tribal region Abu Zaid al-Kuwaiti killed in Pakistan's tribal region of North WaziristanHe was presented as a religious scholar for militant Islamic groupHis wife died and daughter was wounded as a result of the drone attack | UPDATED: 09:16 GMT, 10 December 2012 A U.S.

You"ve got to be Djoking! Tennis star Novak buys up world"s supply of donkey cheese at 400 a pound for new restaurant chain

You've got to be Djoking! Tennis star Novak buys up world's supply of donkey cheese at 400 a pound for new restaurant chain | UPDATED: 21:50 GMT, 9 December 2012 Some of us might find the idea of donkey milk cheese hard to stomach at any price. However, aficionados of the rare delicacy are apparently prepared to pay up to 400 a pound for it. And from next year, even that will not be enough to secure a supply, after tennis star Novak Djokovic bought up the entire 2013 output of the Serbian farm which produces it

Al Qaeda"s second in command killed during drone strike on house in Pakistan"s tribal region

Al Qaeda's second in command killed during drone strike on house in Pakistan's tribal region Abu Zaid al-Kuwaiti killed in Pakistan's tribal region of North WaziristanHe was presented as a religious scholar for militant Islamic groupHis wife died and daughter was wounded as a result of the drone attack | UPDATED: 21:55 GMT, 9 December 2012 A U.S. drone strike has killed a senior al Qaeda leader described as the second in command of the terrorist organisation. Sheik Khalid bin Abdel Rehman al-Hussainan, who was also known as Abu Zaid al-Kuwaiti, was killed when missiles slammed into a house in Pakistan’s tribal region of North Waziristan, near the Afghan border.

The Sphynx tops the polls when it comes to the friendliest feline

Not the prettiest cat but the most affectionate: The Sphynx tops the polls when it comes to the friendliest felineThe pedigree pets have come out as the most affectionate and friendly in a survey of all types of catsThe most unfriendly were non-pedigree, crossbreed 'moggies' — also known as domestic short-haired cats — Britain's most common variety | UPDATED: 09:52 GMT, 3 December 2012 They might not be the prettiest of animals but when it comes to friendliness, the hairless Sphynx is the cat’s whiskers.