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Go nuts for squirrels in issue 64!

In our latest issue you’ll discover 10 things you never knew you loved about the bushy-tailed squirrel Take a sneak peek of the issue below.   From furry gliding parachutes to cunning fake food burials, squirrels are charismatic and intelligent … Continued

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Go swimming with pigs in issue 61

As the heatwave continues, come face to face with the green turtles and 12 other life-changing seaside encounters. In our latest issue, go swimming with pigs in The Bahamas, see penguins on South African sands and sunbathe with kangaroos in Australia. … Continued

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Get out in your garden with issue 59

As the weather is warming up, why not pick up a copy of the latest issue of World of Animals and head outside to find out how to attract some of your favourite wild creatures into your garden Here’s a … Continued

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We’ve got a feline you’ll love issue 58

Our latest issue is now on sale and we’re pawsitive you’re gonna want to get yourself a copy! Take a sneak peek at what’s inside:   Is your pet wilder than you think? In this issue, find out all about the domestic … Continued

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Get ready for Easter with issue 57!

With just over two weeks until Easter, why not grab a copy of our latest issue for some egg-cellent wildlife features? Here’s a sneak peak of issue 57 to highlight why it’ll put you in a spring mood:   In … Continued

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Win 1 of 5 copies of Brian Blessed’s new book!

Five lucky people will win a Brian Blessed’s new book, The Panther in My Kitchen   Brian Blessed has a lifelong love of animals and over the years has rescued cats and dogs, horses and ponies, and even a very … Continued

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Do any other animals have humps like the camel?

When we think of an animal with humps, we immediately think of a camel. Often people assume a camel’s humps (or hump — dromedary camels have one hump, while the Bactrian has two) are filled with water, but in fact … Continued

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Do anteaters only eat ants?

Anteaters are insect-eating mammals in the superfamily Vermilingua, which means ‘worm tongue’. This includes the giant and silky anteater and northern and southern tamandua. These animals have very poor eyesight and lack teeth, so they use their sharp claws to … Continued

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Are flies just a pest?

The common housefly can often seem like a pest. They’re known as ‘filth flies’ because they feed and lay their eggs on dog waste and rubbish, spreading bacteria and disease. However, houseflies also have an important role to play in … Continued

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Go ape for issue 56!

Pick up our latest issue to discover the 25 most endangered primates on Earth, explore the best spots to see wildlife in Mexico and find out why Brian Blessed has a panther in his kitchen Here’s a sneak peak of issue … Continued

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Win a trip to Riverbanks Zoo and Garden!

We’re offering one lucky reader the chance to win free admission for up to six guests plus a special one-hour behind the scenes tour at Riverbanks Zoo and Garden In Issue 54 we highlighted the work of the zoo which … Continued

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Brighten up your January with issue 55!

With only one more week of January left, why not grab a copy of our latest issue for a bit of a pick me up? Here’s a sneak peak of issue 55 to highlight why it’ll put a smile back … Continued

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Beat the January blues with some incredible deals!

Save up to 63% on a subscription to some of your favourite magazines   Get money off on all History & Science products on MyFavouriteMagazines, from individual magazines to subscriptions for the New Year. Magazines featured include How it Works, … Continued

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Win a big cat photography session

We’re offering World of Animals readers the chance to win a big cat photography session   The lucky winner will enjoy a full day photography workshop at the Big Cat Sanctuary in Kent. To enter just email animals@animalanswers.co.uk and tell … Continued

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Win a mini cricket bat signed by Kevin Pietersen!

Three lucky people are being given the chance to win a signed mini Spartan bat   In issue 53, we featured an interview with cricket legend Kevin Pietersen about his work to help save rhinos in South Africa.  Now we’re … Continued

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Have a wild Christmas with issue 54!

Celebrate Christmas by finding out everything you ever wanted to know about the creatures we associate with the festive period in our latest issue. Here’s a sneak peak of issue 54 to highlight why you shouldn’t miss out!   On December 25, many … Continued

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Extra 20% off History & Science magazines today only!

Flash Sale: Get 20% off all Future History & Science magazines and subscriptions   Fill your shopping cart with discovery in our exclusive Wednesday Flash Sale. Get an extra 20% off all History & Science products on MyFavouriteMagazines, from individual … Continued

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Roar-some flash sale today!

We’re offering a seriously cool 20% off our magazine and subscriptions for all animal lovers!   Get 20% off the latest issue of World of Animals, a subscription to the magazine, or any back issues that you may have missed. … Continued

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Otter-ly amazing deals off this Christmas!

We’ve got some incredible offers this Christmas, with up to 49% off some great magazines covering all sorts of topics from history and photography, to games and music. Save up to 35% on a subscription to World of Animals. Give … Continued

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Win a beehive adoption and goodies pack!

Win an Adopt a Beehive set and receive a year’s subscription to the scheme You don’t need to become a beekeeper to help keep bees. Now you can support the work of the British Beekeepers Association (BBKA) and share in the … Continued

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Meet the animals on our streets in issue 52

Pick up our latest issue to find out what life is like for animals living in the concrete jungle, uncover the truth about bats and meet the species that inspired video games. Here’s a look inside to highlight why you shouldn’t miss out! … Continued

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Autumn Wildlife Spotting Guide

During the Autumn season, leaves start changing colour and the days become increasingly shorter. This is the time of year that you can discover different types of wildlife, especially in the New Forest. With pigs, ponies, donkeys, deer and more … Continued

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