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Aug.BBC Wildlife No. 09 Vol. 40

THE COVER Galápagos wildlife photographer Tui De Roy found this well-fed pup on the beach endearing: “He was fascinated by his own flippers, and only just learning how to coordinate his head and limb movements so that the two would meet in mid-air”. Tui used a Nikon D4, 300mm, 1/640th sec at f5.6, ISO200.

Return to Oz with these Mareeba rock-wallabies 62

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NICK BAKER

“The dusky sweep is one of 20 species of micro-moth that lives for at least part of its life in a ‘bag’” P.36

GILLIAN BURKE

An emotional return to Kenya is a reminder of the passage of time and the fleeting nature of life P.1 7

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MARK CARWARDINE

Colonial-era conservation models don’t respect indigenous people and should be ditched P.29

LUCY COOKE

Meet the grasshopper that’s given up sex – and conquered Australia as a result P.27

MIKE DILGER

The basking shark is as long as a double-decker bus and can be seen off our coasts now P.32

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