In this issue of National Geographic Kids, check out inspiring tales of furry friends, four-legged heroes, and more amazing animal antics. Then find out what your dreams might say about you. Next meet three superheroes inspired by real-life animals. You'll also discover what would go down if some crazy scenarios actually came true. Plus get a free pull-out poster of an adorable seal. And be sure to visit the giveaway page from April 23-30 to enter for a chance to win a copy of the Nat Geo Kids book 125 Animals That Changed the World.
Other Stories in This Month's Issue:
- Weird But True!: Check out fun facts you can share with your friends.
- Guinness World Records: Read astonishing stories about a super-fast goat, dancing robots, and the world's longest cake.
- Amazing Animals: Learn about an orca that stole a boat, a cat that took a trip, and a sun bear with a giant tongue.
- Explorer Academy: Get a new code to crack.
- Bet You Didn't Know: Find out nine marvelous facts about Mars.
Check out these stories and more in this issue of Nat Geo Kids, on sale now.
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Chris P. Bacon's Wheels - Ep. 11
Chris P. Bacon the pig doesn't have use of his hind legs--so the critter gets around on sets of wheels. Check out a video of the unstoppable animal with his pig-mobiles.
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DIY Rainbow Unicorn Ice Pops - Ep. 1
Spunky reduces plastic wrapper waste by making her own rainbow unicorn popsicles at home.