Inside this exciting issue: Britain’s wild boar Good for beetles but bad for bluebells… are boar an icon of rewilding, or damaging?
The mystery of flight From dynamic soaring to wing loading, we reveal avian tricks of the trade
Dinos soaring How some dinosaurs took to the skies – and where feathers first came from…
Honeypot ants Amazing photographs of the ants that use their bodies to stockpile sugar
Humpback whales Some humpbacks are targeted by orcas, but how do they fight back?
Europe’s wildlife laws We investigate the review of legislation that helps protect our wildlife
Lucy McRobert “We must inspire women to fight for nature”
Hibernating bats Where do all our pipistrelles disappear to in winter?
Sneaky kestrels How these falcons target owls to snatch a free meal
Mara cheetahs Cats behaving badly: jeeps and cheetahs don’t mix
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