This collection of animals getting funky is guaranteed to make you laugh
The binturong is sometimes called the ‘bearcat’, but it’s related to neither bears nor cats. It is an arboreal carnivore that mostly eats fruit and it never needs to touch the ground.
A woodpecker pecks a tree at a speed of seven metres per second, which is 24 kilometres (15 miles) per hour.
Butterflies are the iconic insects of summer and this guide will teach you how to attract winged beauties to your garden
The threat from decompression sickness, or the bends, is very real for scuba divers but dolphins and whales have evolved to avoid this problem
Many whale species like orcas show a bias for their right hand side when searching for prey, but nobody knows quite why just yet
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
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
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.
Here at World of Animals magazine we love cats (and all animals, of course) and these are our favourite funny felines from across the web
Though said to be long extinct, reports of megalodon sightings keep the world guessing
The oceans of the world are still a mystery to marine biologists, and these images are guaranteed to amaze you
This gallery features impossibly cute animals that we would love to take home if we could (but we never would, of course)
Get familiar with a bird you might have never heard of before and watch the fluffy chicks explore the world for the first time
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
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
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
The critically endangered cat will be helped by plans to reintroduce them to the Russian far east
It’s often hard to separate the fact from the fiction, but the following five widely believed statements are in fact, fiction