Animals

BBC Wildlife contributor Mike Toms answers your wild question.
Green Hairstreak butterfly
Green butterflies (and moths) are rare across the globe, but why? Entomologist, and BBC Wildlife contributor, Richard Jones answers your wild question.
Discover fascinating facts about chimpanzees.
A pangolin foraging in sand
Discover fascinating facts about ‘scaly anteaters’. 
Adélie penguins
BBC Wildlife Magazine has teamed up with British Antarctic Survey to bring you 20 amazing facts about penguins. 
BBC Wildlife Magazine, April 2013
On John J King's last day in gorilla country, some special guests came for an early morning snack.
Lumbricus terrestris
Aristotle realised the huge importance of worms, calling them ‘the intestines of the earth’, but we know surprisingly little about their distribution and habitat preferences.
Mullein moth caterpillar
Zoologist and author Jules Howard answers your wild question.
Last week we asked you to identify the mystery wildlife featured in Planet Earth II: Cities in our quiz. We reveal the answers.
Planet Earth II showcases some of the world's most amazing wildlife, but can you identify the animals that will feature in the next episode, Cities? 
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