The entrancing Siberian jays of northern Eurasia 72 Jan.BBC Wildlife No. 01 Vol. 41
THE COVER This month’s composite cover celebrates 60 years since the magazine was first published in 1963 under the title Animals. Clockwise from left, it features the following British species: weasel, razorbill, pasqueflower, kestrel, shrill carder bee, puffin, purple emperor butterfly, red squirrel and bottlenose dolphin.
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Learn about the larvae that can survive without oxygen for six weeks, with our lively naturalist P.38
“Seals are terrified of us, so we really need to give them a wide berth and enjoy them from a distance” P.1 7
“I was dancing around my office when I heard Jair Bolsonaro was no longer president of Brazil” P.31
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The ‘lesbian’ Laysan albatrosses that pair up with the same sex to raise a clutch of eggs P.27
From distinctive tracks to wallows and rooted pasture and verges, Mike reveals how to spot wild boar P.34
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