March 2012

IN THIS EXCITING ISSUE:

 

Coral triangle portfolio
Astonishing pictures by Jürgen Freund showcase the creatures of the planet’s most biodiverse undersea reefs, from clownfish to turtles and starfish to sharks.

 

Animals that changed the world
From celebrity tigers to problem-solving primates, canine cosmonauts and liberated orcas, we reveal the individuals that have most influenced the world we live in.

 

Bonobos: mummy’s boys
If you’re a young male bonobo, you’re more likely to succeed with supermum on your side. Kate Roach searches for the social-climbing apes of the Congolese rainforest.

 

India’s last lions
Luke Hunter is captivated by the only Asiatic lions left in the wild, and highlights their struggle to survive in Gujarat’s Gir Forest.

 

Puffins in Norway
Kenny Taylor joins a wild puffin chase off the north-west coast of Norway, where each spring locals celebrate the annual homecoming of these charismatic clowns of the sea.

 

PLUS: WIN A TRIP TO AFRICA
Enter this year’s nature-writing competition for the chance to see your story published and join an expedition to Africa or the Caribbean.

 

Issue Details
On Sale Date: 
16th February 2012
Volume: 
30
Issue Number: 
3
Available

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