In this issue of National Geographic Kids, discover how scientists are using technology to track endangered red pandas. It’s part of a plan to learn as much as possible about the mammals so that conservationists can protect them. Then get the scoop on three things you might be wondering about these adorable critters. Next, find out why the cute and clumsy puffin is called the clown of the sea. Then read how experts in England are taking a closer look at a magical myth about Stonehenge to learn the truth about why people built this massive stone structure. Plus, read a chapter of the new book Zeus the Mighty: The Epic Escape From the Underworld, and be sure to visit the giveaway page February 9-16 for a chance to win a copy. Finally, get a free pull-out poster of yellow-eyed penguins.
Other stories in this month's issue:
• Amazing Animals: Meet a pygmy possum that was found in Australia after a bushfire, a turtle that grooms a warthog, and a dog that loves a plush purple unicorn.
• Weird But True: Check out fun facts you can share with your friends.
• Guinness World Records: Read about pets that ride a scooter, a see-through bridge, and a huge yo-yo.
• Bet You Didn't Know: Learn seven gleaming facts about gold.
• By the Numbers: Get the truth about teeth.
Get these stories and more in this issue, on sale February 1.
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