BBC Wildlife Magazine

Henry Pollock Research associate, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

“One species hadn’t been caught before during the project and yet we netted 16 of them within days.”

The toppling of a giant – whether it’s King Kong, an elder statesman or a decommissioned cooling tower – is likely to bring a lump to the throat.

So it was

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