Golden animals

For our 50th issue, we take a look at nature’s golden creatures


Bovine body art

 Using art to educate farmers about the welfare of their cows


Huge 50th issue giveaway!

To celebrate the 50th issues of World of Animals, we’re giving away over £1000 worth of prizes


Celebrating 50 issues!

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


Nature Diaries: Rwandan Gorillas

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


The real Grumpy Cat

Known for its expressive face, the Pallas’ cat has plenty of reasons to be as grumpy as it looks


Best animal bums

These animals never complain about being the butt of jokes – they put their bizarre back ends to good use


Bee amazed by issue 49!

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


Win amazing bee jewellery!

Five lucky people are being given the chance to win a bee-themed necklace or earrings from DOTOLY!   DOTOLY was started in 2011 by a group of animal enthusiasts with a passion for jewellery. From cat wrap rings to panda … Continued


Fight Club

It’s no walk in the park being an animal, and the ‘fight for survival’ is often a very literal one


Ten Tiger Facts

Thought you knew everything about these striped beauties?


Win a Para’kito anti-mosquito band!

We are giving away a Para’kito anti-mosquito band!   Para’kito’s stylish wristbands will allow you to travel and explore the beauty of the natural world free from the nuisance of mosquitoes.     To win one of these handy wristbands, … Continued

Insects & more

Crazy Caterpillars

Fluffy, fierce and fabulous, these larvae are just as fascinating as the butterflies and moths they become

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