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In this issue

ROAR POWER!
Find out why it’s crunch time for the mighty tiger.

Weird Science
Don’t underestimate the power of the goalie!

What happens to the ocean if we take out all the fish?

Find out about the vital role fish play in sea life.

What happens to the ocean if we take out all the fish?

3 mins

Cleopatra's lost tomb

You told us that historical mysteries capture your imaginations, so here's an ancient Egyptian riddle.

Cleopatra's lost tomb

2 mins

Kate Speller

For our readers' issue, we met a zookeeper who works with big cats.

Kate Speller

3 mins

Voyager 1 turns back on

At more than 15 billion miles from Earth, the Voyager 1 spacecraft is the most distant human-made object in space.

Voyager 1 turns back on

1 min

Orangutan uses plants to heal wound

For the first time ever, a wild animal has been observed healing a wound using a plant as medicine.

Orangutan uses plants to heal wound

1 min

Mammoth marine reptile found on UK beach

Scientists believe the ichthyosaur could be the largest ever found.

Mammoth marine reptile found on UK beach

2 mins

THE LAB

Three things to make and do

THE LAB

3 mins

The brains between the sticks

Is it true that goalkeepers see the world differently?

The brains between the sticks

2 mins

ALIEN HUNTERS

JD Savage blasts off on an out-of-this world quest to find life beyond Earth's borders.

ALIEN HUNTERS

5 mins

NATURE IN FOCUS

Join in with Science+Nature's trail at Cheltenham Science Festival.

NATURE IN FOCUS

3 mins

ROAR POWER

Scratch the myths - Isabel Thomas earns her stripes and reveals the truth behind tigers' extra-ROAR-dinary powers.

ROAR POWER

5 mins

SUGAR RUSH

Join the candy craze as Claire Karwowski studies the sugary science of sweets.

SUGAR RUSH

6 mins

Wildlife watch

Stevie Derrick shows you what to spot in nature this month

Wildlife watch

3 mins

The Sixth Sense

Could humans have more than five senses?

The Sixth Sense

2 mins

Catherine Heymans

Meet the starry-eyed astronomer who loves backyard stargazing.

Catherine Heymans

3 mins

WORLD OF WHIFFS

Stevie Derrick follows her nose to track down the world's grossest stinks and nastiest niffs.

WORLD OF WHIFFS

6 mins

Dogs can understand names of objects

Humans enjoy talking to their dogs. If you have a four-legged friend of your own, you might have taught them to respond to commands like \"sit\" and \"stay\".

Dogs can understand names of objects

1 min

Smoke rings in the sky

In April, videos were filmed of Mount Etna, a volcano on the Italian island of Sicily, puffing what looked like smoke rings into the sky.

Smoke rings in the sky

1 min

Huge gold nugget found

A gold nugget that could be the largest ever found in England was recently put up for auction. Metal detectorist Richard Brock discovered the nugget on farmland during an organised expedition in Shropshire last year.

Huge gold nugget found

1 min

Evolutionary tree shows birds in a new light

Researchers have produced the most detailed evolutionary tree of birds ever.

Evolutionary tree shows birds in a new light

1 min

The largest plane to ever fly

Take a first look at the mighty Radia WindRunner aircraft

The largest plane to ever fly

1 min

Should cruise ships be banned?

The world's biggest cruise ship has set sail but is it good for the planet?

Should cruise ships be banned?

2 mins

SCIENCE WORLD

Go on a journey through time and help stop plastic waste this month.

SCIENCE WORLD

2 mins

Lucid dreaming

What if you could control your own dreams?

Lucid dreaming

2 mins

Animal migrations

Discover the secrets behind nature's greatest wonder

Animal migrations

3 mins

Wildlife watch

Author, TV presenter and vet Jess French shows you what to spot in nature this month.

Wildlife watch

2 mins

Albert Lin

Meet the explorer using futuristic technology to uncover the past

Albert Lin

3 mins

BORN TO RUN

Isabel Thomas rides with the horses who've swapped the stables for life on the wild side.

BORN TO RUN

5 mins

Flying reptile discovery brings surprises

Scientists have discovered that a pterosaur (flying reptile) found on the Isle of Skye, off the west coast of Scotland, is in fact a new species.

Flying reptile discovery brings surprises

1 min

High-tech hedgerow map

All the hedgerows in England have been mapped using laser scanning technology, and researchers have found that there are 242,000 miles of them in total – enough to wrap around Earth ten times.

High-tech hedgerow map

1 min

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TWJ Science+Nature is a monthly magazine from the award-winning team behind The Week Junior.

Every issue is packed with incredible content — from arctic expeditions to NASA solar missions. The secrets of the deep to the secrets of outer space. The science of exploding buildings, and the low-down on extraterrestrial life. It will ignite curiosities and feed hungry brains with mind-blowing facts and stories.

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