Kevin Ashford finds out more about the species that hasn't been seen in the wild here for centuries.
An investigation is underway after the blaze broke out on Friday afternoon. The library will reopen to the public tomorrow.
A computer scientist from Aberystwyth is in the final five of the 'Graduate of the Year' competition.
Residents in a West Wales town are angry about the latest attraction there, describing it as an 'eyesore' and a 'waste of money'.
The rope labyrinth, which cost Aberystwyth Town Council £5,000 to install, has sparked a number of protests.
County Councillor Aled Davies, who came up with the idea, has defended it, saying it will be a fun place for adults and children alike.
He said action was needed as the land had become a source of complaints about anti-social behaviour.
Bridge Street (Heol-Y-Bont) is closed from Mill Street to Great Darkgate Street (Y Stryd Fawr).
Bridge Street (Heol-Y-Bont) in Aberystwyth has been closed, because of an unsafe building, from Mill Street to Great Darkgate Street (Y Stryd Fawr).
The A487 is blocked in both directions after an accident between A4159 (Aberystwyth) and Chapel Street (Tal-y-bont).
The fire that damaged part of the roof at the National Library of Wales was started by accident by workers using a blow torch.
An investigation into the cause of the fire has found the device used by workers on the roof caused some wood behind external cladding to ignite.
Two workers were carrying out repairs on the roof at the time, but nobody was injured in the blaze.
Aberystwyth University staff and students joined forces with the local community for a 24-hour 'bioblitz' on the Penglais campus. The event involved pond dipping, bird walks and mini-beast hunts in a bid to identify as many species as possible living on the campus.
Around 30 different events have been taking place since midnight on Friday, running up until midnight tonight.
Organisers say Aberystwyth University is the only campus in the world located within a biosphere reserve.
Before answering today's urgent question, the Culture Minister had previously issued a written statement about the National Library fire. John Griffiths said early indications gave cause for optimism.
– John Griffiths AM, Culture Minister
Damage to the collections is restricted to items in the immediate vicinity of the incident and indications are that damage is limited and that the majority of items affected can be recovered. None of the more significant treasures held by the Library have been affected.
He said it's too early to say how much financial support the National Library will need but said the Welsh Government was working closely with Library staff.
– John Griffiths AM, Culture Minister
My officials have been in regular contact with the staff of the Library throughout the weekend and will continue to work closely with the Library over the coming weeks and months. I will be visiting the Library myself on Thursday of this week to see at first hand the damage, and to initiate the discussions on how the Welsh Government can support the Library. The Library is one of our most treasured national institutions and I would like to assure the Library of my ongoing support through this very difficult period.
The Culture Minister John Griffiths has told AMs that it would be 'premature' to say how much financial support the National Library of Wales will need following last week's fire. Answering an urgent question in the Senedd, he said he would be visiting the Library to see the damage for himself.
The Welsh Government will have to tell Assembly Members what support it's offering the National Library of Wales following the fire which broke out last week. The Presiding Officer has allowed an urgent question from Plaid AM Elin Jones.
The National Library of Wales will re-open to the public today after a section of the building was destroyed by fire on Friday.
A small part of the collection suffered water damage and is being examined by a specialist salvage company.
Up to 300 staff and 100 visitors were led to safety when the alarm was raised. It took 60 firefighters nearly four hours to bring it under control.
An investigation is currently underway to discover how the fire started.