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Get you hands on this stunning book If you’ve picked up your copy of Issue 66, you’ll have seen our Behind the Lens feature with photographer Mac Stone. If not (where have you been?) you can buy it in stores …
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Could this signal the end of Korea’s taste for dog meat? The sale and consumption of dog meat in South Korea has long been a controversial issue and last week, after increased pressure from animal lovers and activists and reports …
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Could this signal the end of Korea’s taste for dog meat? The sale and consumption of dog meat in South Korea has long been a controversial issue and last week, after increased pressure from animal lovers and activists and reports …
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AnimalAnswers.co.uk by Victoria Williams - 8M ago
We’re not the only ones to enjoy a soak While they can’t just turn on the taps, many animals bathe to stay clean, cool and healthy. Birds splash themselves with water to keep their feathers in good condition and Japanese …
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Reindeer, robins and a festive gift guide – Christmas starts here The nights are drawing in and it’s getting seriously chilly outside, so curl up somewhere warm with our festive issue. This is sadly the last issue of World of …
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AnimalAnswers.co.uk by Victoria Williams - 8M ago
You might think lobsters mate for life, but they are far from romantic There are more than 70 species of lobster, and while the European lobster (Homarus gammarus) and American lobster (Homarus americanus) are well known, not least on restaurant …
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Learn how to tell these ocean mammals apart Dolphins and porpoises are both cetaceans, but biologists have placed them in different taxonomic families. The most prominent feature that distinguishes many dolphins from porpoises is the former’s elongated snout, or ‘rostrum’. This …
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AnimalAnswers.co.uk by Victoria Williams - 9M ago
From the largest to the smallest, the fastest to the slowest to the downright bizarre Guinness World Records isn’t just about extraordinary humans. Since the first edition in 1955, animals have always been among our most popular record holders. In …
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AnimalAnswers.co.uk by Victoria Williams - 9M ago
You’d be forgiven for thinking they couldn’t… Anyone who has ever seen a hen frantically take to the air when it is startled could be forgiven for thinking that chickens have lost the power of flight. Indeed, by selectively breeding chickens …
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AnimalAnswers.co.uk by Victoria Williams - 9M ago
Prepare to see Charles Darwin as you’ve never seen him before The image of Charles Darwin with his thoughtful face and impressive beard is famous the world over, as is his theory of evolution, but while the elderly scientist is …

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