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National Geographic Kids

National Geographic Kids October 2019

National Geographic Kids magazine - the perfect balance between learning and fun! A must-have for children ages 6 and up. Each issue is packed with colorful photos, games, puzzles, fun features and facts about animals, science, technology, and more.

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United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
National Geographic Society
Fréquence:
Monthly
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join the national geographic kids team.*

Apply online! SIGNING UP IS EASY! 1 Grab a parent.2 Go to ngkidsandfamilyteam.com/join2019. Have your parent fill out the consent form.Look for email confirmation from Nat Geo Kids. If you have any questions‚ contact tracy.stone@natgeo.com. For each survey you complete, you’ll be entered into quarterly drawings to win an AMAZON GIFT CARD! *Children of NGS staff, NGP staff, and contractors are not eligible to participate. Only those selected will be notified. If you are already a member of the panel, you do not need to reapply.…

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weird but true!

Watch Fast Facts for even more crazy-fun facts. natgeokids.com/october LEE STOCKER / OXFORD SCIENTIFIC / GETTY IMAGES (BAT); RUTH BLACK / ALAMY (TOMBSTONE); MONKEY BUSINESS IMAGES / SHUTTERSTOCK (PIZZA); BIOSPHOTO / JEAN-MARIE PRÉVÔT (MOTH); STOCKTREK CORP / BRAND X PICTURES / PICTUREQUEST (EARTH), D. HURST / ALAMY (CANDY CORN), IMAGE DIGITALLY COMPOSED; DAVID SHEN / SEAPICS.COM (SHARK)…

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guinness world records

SO MANY POTTERS No muggles were allowed at West Byford Primary School in Perth, Australia, when 997 students gathered to break the record for the most Harry Potters in one place. The wannabe wizards all wore black robes and drew lightning scars on their foreheads. Wonder if anybody used polyjuice potion? FREAKY TREE This one giant banyan tree is so big, it looks like an entire forest when viewed from above. The massive 550-year-old structure holds the record for the greatest perimeter length for a tree, providing shade to some five acres of land. (About 20,000 people can fit under its canopy.) Located in India, the tree is an epiphyte, a plant that can grow on other plants. The tree drops its seeds from above and slowly invades other trees’ space, earning it…

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incredible animal friends

Scotts Mills, Oregon Grumpy, mean, and blind, Bear the bobcat was friendless and alone at the sanctuary where he lived. Staff worried about his mental health … until they had an idea: Why not introduce him to an equally grumpy cat? That’s when Nairobi the caracal moved into an enclosure next door. Almost immediately, Bear started rubbing against the fence that separated them, cooing to the caracal. At first “Robi” ignored the bobcat, but soon the caracal offered some friendly tail swishing and rump wriggling. A few weeks later, staff opened the fence. Bear ran to Robi and started gently headbutting him. They quickly became besties—and more. Robi acted as Bear’s guide cat and was always just a nose length ahead of him. If the bobcat lost Robi, he’d chirp until the…

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 amazing animals

FETCHING COSTUMES Which pet costumes were all the rage last Halloween? These were some of the most popular. 1. pumpkin 2. hot dog 3. bumblebee 4. devil 5. cat 6. dog 7. lion 8. Star Wars character 9. superhero 10. ghost TREAT YOUR PET Instead of candy, which will hurt your pet’s tummy, give your furry friend its own Halloween snack. Check out pet stores for ideas, or grab a parent and try one of the recipes below from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. CREEPY CAT COOKIES • ¼ cup of warm water• 5 tablespoons of grated Parmesan cheese• 3 tablespoons of margarine• 1 tablespoon of cod liver oil• 1 cup of white flour• ¼ cup of soy flour Preheat the oven to 300°F. Combine the water, cheese, margarine, and oil, then add the flour. Roll the dough ¼ inch thick…

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surf pups

A wolf steps out onto a sandy beach. Catching a scent, it paws at the wet sand in search of a buried clam. Crunch! The wolf crushes the clam in its jaws and swallows. Still hungry, it splashes into the ocean waves and swims to a nearby island to find more food. Wolves on the beach might sound strange, but these special gray wolves have been living seaside for thousands of years. Known as coastal wolves, about 2,000 of these individuals make their homes among the islands and coastal rainforest of western British Columbia in Canada. (Another population lives in southeast Alaska.) “Their environment is so different from that of any other wolf,” wildlife researcher Chris Darimont says. “So they’ve had to adapt to this unique place.” Check out five ways…