How to make a bird feeder

Learn how to attract birds to your garden by making a bird cake to hang in a tree outside. In issue 23 of World of Animals magazine, we take a look at the songbirds of the world from the blue … Continued


How to test the pH of your soil

Learn how to test the pH level of your soil so that you can plant your own wildflower garden and help protect native species. In issue 23 of World of Animals magazine, we look at the wildlife of a wildflower meadow. … Continued


5 reasons to read issue 23

Here are five reasons why you should be picking up a copy of the latest issue of World of Animals.   1. Decode the songbird’s call Find out why birds sing in the latest issue, discover some of the world’s … Continued


5 things you should know about the ocean

You have, almost certainly, eaten from it, admired its inhabitants, dived beneath it or sailed upon it. Paul Cox, Managing Director for The Shark Trust tells us why we should appreciate the earth’s life support system as well as the role … Continued


Crazy Big Tongues

Did you know the blue whale’s tongue can be as heavy as an elephant? We take a look at some of the biggest, craziest tongues in the animal kingdom.   1. Chameleon The chameleon has the longest tongue relative to … Continued

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How to make a butterfly feeder

Butterflies are the iconic insects of summer and this guide will teach you how to attract winged beauties to your garden

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Ocean animals

How do dolphins avoid the bends?

The threat from decompression sickness, or the bends, is very real for scuba divers but dolphins and whales have evolved to avoid this problem

Photo taken from Island Explorer 3 operated by Island Adventures Whale Watching, Anacortes, WA.
Ocean animals

Whales are right handed… sort of

Many whale species like orcas show a bias for their right hand side when searching for prey, but nobody knows quite why just yet


5 AMAZING facts about dire wolves

Game of Thrones introduced dire wolves to the world and our latest issue tells us all about their unfortunate extinction, but here are a few facts about them you never knew before

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5 reasons you need to read our latest issue

Our new issue is now on sale and it’s our best edition yet. Filled with stunning images, astounding facts and detailed illustrations, this magazine is not to be missed

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Ocean animals

How to draw a great white shark

While it takes 15 years for a great white to reach full size, this video tutorial shows you how to draw one of the ocean’s most feared predators in less than three minutes.


Is Jurassic Park possible?

It’s the question we’re all asking – is it possible to bring dinosaurs back from the dead?

Ocean animals

Is megalodon still alive?

Though said to be long extinct, reports of megalodon sightings keep the world guessing

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Introducing Darwin’s rhea

Get familiar with a bird you might have never heard of before and watch the fluffy chicks explore the world for the first time

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Chimpanzee VS drone: WATCH

When a film crew at Royal Burgers’ Zoo in Arnham, Netherlands deployed a drone over the chimp enclosure they had no idea what they were about to capture


Why we love rats

Our red panda issue features an amazing article about rats, and here we explain what makes them some of the coolest animals on the planet

Q and A

What if lions went extinct?

A new report by the IUCN says that lions have decreased by 42 per-cent since 1993, and we discuss what would happen if these big cats died out

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