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Sep.BBC Wildlife No. 10 Vol. 40

Meerkat pups need to learn how to grapple with scorpions 72

THE COVER “Usually puffins with a beak full of fish head straight down to their burrows,” says awardwinning Welsh photographer Drew Buckley. “But we believed this one to be a non-breeder, parading its catch for a good 20 minutes to impress potential mates”. Drew used a EOS 5D Mark III, 300mm, 1/4000th sec at f4, ISO400.

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NICK BAKER

“Porcelain crabs deploy a tactic called autotomy: the deliberate severance and shedding of limbs” P.38

GILLIAN BURKE

“In all the filling, cleaning and re-filling of birdfeeders, are we losing sight of the bigger picture?” P.1 7

MARK CARWARDINE

The conservationist hopes Iceland is turning a corner and valuing whale-watching over whale-hunting P.31

LUCY COOKE

Discover the fish that is able to change its sex to complement that of its new partner P.27

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MIKE DILGER

“Mist droplets on dewy mornings elevate spider webs into an obvious autumnal spectacle” P.34

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