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BBC Earth Magazine

(3 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year At BBC Earth magazine, we’re on a mission to connect every man, woman and child with the wonders of the natural world. Through amazing storytelling and unmissable photography, BBC Earth magazine will inspire people to make that connection themselves and be the bridge between each one of us and the incredible stuff the world has to offer.

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BBC Earth  |  December 2016  


BBC Earth Magazine reconnects every man, woman and child with the wonders of the natural world. Every issue is packed with amazing storytelling and unmissable photography on nature, science, people and space. It’s a trusted friend full of mind-blowing information and the go-to place for insider information, with privileged behind-the-scenes access to the TV teams who bring us the world.

- Asteroid Bennu: set to be a big hit? Asteroid 101955 Bennu measures 490m across and could be on a collision course with Earth. We find out about the mission to monitor -and potentially change its path. 
- Living with Lions: an Indian success. Back from the brink of extinction, the Asiatic lion has found some tolerant and accepting new neighbours in the Gir National Park in Gujarat- human beings.
- Learning to talk: As Rocky the orangutan becomes the first primate to mimic human speech, we look at the implications and ask what this can teach us about human evolution. 
- Planet Earth II (Cities): We go behind the scenes as Sir David Attenborough's BBC documentary series concludes with an exploration of the animals making their home in urban spaces.
- Shipping Forecasts: Meet the seafaring scientists who are braving seasickness and heavy swells to bring us accurate weather warnings
- Drone Rangers: They are seen as controversial in some quarters but drones are transforming the way animal conservationists operate
- A World Like No Other: Our planet in pictures this month: the acrobatic mating display of the manta ray; spectacular nacreous clouds at the Poles; and spotting the night-hunting barn owl. 
At BBC Earth magazine, we’re on a mission to connect every man, woman and child with the wonders of the natural world. Through amazing storytelling and unmissable photography, BBC Earth magazine will inspire people to make that connection themselves and be the bridge between each one of us and the incredible stuff the world has to offer.

The magazine will offer inspiring and engaging features across the key topics of nature, science, people and space, and will tell readers what is happening in the month ahead, from the latest BBC Earth programmes to events, natural wonders and places to visit. It will be a trusted friend, full of mind-blowing information, and the go-to place for insider information about BBC Earth programming, with privileged behind the scenes access to the teams who bring us up close and personal to our natural world.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year BBC Earth magazine subscription.

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   Promotes conservation Reviewed venerdì 13 gennaio 2017 SUBSCRIBER
A great magazine for the whole family that promotes conservation by highlighting issues as well as solutions.
   This-is-GREAT! Reviewed martedì 15 novembre 2016
Very happy to see this title on Pocketmags! Great magazine! The photos are Amazing!
   Fantastic Reviewed mercoledì 2 novembre 2016
Really enjoyable read with some fantasic photography. Would recommend this to anyone
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BBC Earth   |   December 2016   


BBC Earth Magazine reconnects every man, woman and child with the wonders of the natural world. Every issue is packed with amazing storytelling and unmissable photography on nature, science, people and space. It’s a trusted friend full of mind-blowing information and the go-to place for insider information, with privileged behind-the-scenes access to the TV teams who bring us the world.

- Asteroid Bennu: set to be a big hit? Asteroid 101955 Bennu measures 490m across and could be on a collision course with Earth. We find out about the mission to monitor -and potentially change its path. 
- Living with Lions: an Indian success. Back from the brink of extinction, the Asiatic lion has found some tolerant and accepting new neighbours in the Gir National Park in Gujarat- human beings.
- Learning to talk: As Rocky the orangutan becomes the first primate to mimic human speech, we look at the implications and ask what this can teach us about human evolution. 
- Planet Earth II (Cities): We go behind the scenes as Sir David Attenborough's BBC documentary series concludes with an exploration of the animals making their home in urban spaces.
- Shipping Forecasts: Meet the seafaring scientists who are braving seasickness and heavy swells to bring us accurate weather warnings
- Drone Rangers: They are seen as controversial in some quarters but drones are transforming the way animal conservationists operate
- A World Like No Other: Our planet in pictures this month: the acrobatic mating display of the manta ray; spectacular nacreous clouds at the Poles; and spotting the night-hunting barn owl. 
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year BBC Earth magazine print subscription.
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