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Find out how scientists are working to increase the number of healthy mountain lions by building grassy bridges over busy highways. Then discover how cute Aussie critters like koalas, turtles, and birds get top-notch care at a wildlife hospital. Plus, get tips on caring for animals in need.

You'll also learn answers to brainy questions about smart octopuses, attacking zombies, and hungry mosquitoes. Next, check out flowers that fool you. These bluffing blooms resemble Darth Vader's mask, monkey faces, and more. And be astounded by 30 cool things about money.

You'll also meet the maned wolf. Find out why these long-legged mammals knock the ground with their feet and how they change their appearance when threatened. 

Then be sure to check out the results of our latest Whatcha Think? poll to learn which birthday treat Nat Geo Kids readers think is the tastiest.

Plus, get a free pull-out poster of an adorable albatross chick. Finally, have your parents visit our giveaway page between February 13-20 so they can enter for a chance to win a copy of the Nat Geo Kids book Not-So-Common Cent$Please note, no entries will be accepted after February 20, 2023. 

Other stories in this month's issue:

•  Amazing Animals: Meet a dog that "plays" with an octopus and a cat that wears glasses to calm kids who are nervous about having their eyes checked. Plus there's good news for Chilean burrowing parrots.
•  Weird But True: Check out fun facts you can share with your friends.
•  Guinness World Records: Read about super-furry rabbit, an enormous cupcake, and a giant jigsaw puzzle piece made up of some 1,700 people. 
• Bet You Didn't Know: Find out seven hot facts about the sun.

Get these stories and more in the March issue, on sale January 31.

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