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Wild Record Breakers

From the largest to the smallest, the fastest to the slowest to the downright bizarre

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The Wider Earth

Prepare to see Charles Darwin as you’ve never seen him before

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Brace yourself for Issue 65

Our star this month is the rhino – get to know this sturdy creature and find out why being tough doesn’t always keep it out of trouble.

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Wake me up in spring

Many animals tuck themselves away to avoid the cold of winter, but these sleepy creatures are among the few true hibernators

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Defying Gravity

When it comes to the laws of physics, these awesome acrobats don’t play by the rules

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Can animals be kind?

Animals often make selfish decisions to survive, but there are good deeds throughout the animal kingdom

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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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Land of Ice and Fire

Argentina may not have the Amazon Rainforest or a Caribbean coastline like many of its neighbours in South America, but that’s not to say it doesn’t offer a wildlife bonanza all of its own…

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Shooting Skippy

Australia’s love of kangaroos is far from universal – a controversial new film that stoked the fires of a national debate has just qualified for the 2018 Academy Awards

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How animals keep their cool

While we can break out the fans, iced drinks and air conditioning, animals have had to come up with more creative ways of coping when they start feeling the heat

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Life’s a beach

Head to the beach this summer for life-changing seaside encounters

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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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Meet the treehuggers

Hugging trees is scientifically proven to be good for our health, but it’s absolutely vital for these arboreal animals

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Shocking species

Animals that use electricity to search, hunt and kill

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