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Wild Animal Baby

Wild Animal Baby
Categories Nature
Frequency 10 per year
Company National Wildlife Federation
Country USA
Language English
ISSN 1526-047X

Wild Animal Baby is a magazine for children published by the National Wildlife Federation. The magazine is targeted to children ages 2-4, and consists of readings, pictures, and games designed to teach children about animals. The National Wildlife Federation also publishes Ranger Rick and Your Big Backyard, which are geared towards older children.

Each issue of Wild Animal Baby features a particular animal on the cover, and has multiple features that recur in each issue. "Out and About" follows the adventures of a variety of children from different cultures. A "search" page appears in each issue where children are directed to find animals from a list within the picture. The mascot "Sammy Skunk" appears on five pages throughout the magazine for children to try to find.

The magazine characters are also featured in a television show called Wild Animal Baby Explorers. The show introduces preschoolers to the world of animals and helps them develop important observation, problem-solving and listening skills. The series combine 3-D animated characters and wildlife footage to introduce fascinating animal facts and nurture young viewers’ inherent love for nature.

It was discontinued in 2012.


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