Scientists have discovered that dogs change their faces around us
Hamsters may look adorable as they fill their faces, but their puffy cheeks can be the difference between life and death in the wild
Better known for its early human remains, Africa’s oldest independent country is beginning to step out of the shadows of the continent’s more familiar safari destinations.
Discover how to live alongside America’s elusive mountain lion in our latest issue. Here’s a sneak peak to highlight why you shouldn’t miss out! Would you know a mountain lion if you saw one? Learning more about mountain lions is the only … Continued
Win a Keeper for a Day experience for the once in a lifetime opportunity to get up close and personal with some of ZSL London Zoo’s most popular animals. Get a unique insight into the day-to-day life of the zoo’s … Continued
To celebrate the 50th issues of World of Animals, we’re giving away over £1000 worth of prizes
Issue 50 of World of Animals is now on sale! To celebrate this special 50th edition, we’ve created a list of the greatest animal icons and why we love them. Here’s a sneak peak of the issue: From conservation … Continued
2017 is the fiftieth anniversary of Dian Fossey’s Gorilla Fund – Daniel Allen headed to Volcanoes National Park in northwestern Rwanda to see how her apes are faring
Known for its expressive face, the Pallas’ cat has plenty of reasons to be as grumpy as it looks
These animals never complain about being the butt of jokes – they put their bizarre back ends to good use
What persuades them to leave the warmth of their wintering grounds and make the dangerous return trip?
Find out if the queen bee really rules the hive, which animals use their bottoms for more than just sitting, and why the day octopus is a master of disguise in our latest issue. Here’s a sneak peak of issue … Continued