In June’s ‘Tiny Wildlife’ issue, we asked you to create forest mud faces. Thank you to all of you who embraced the messy challenge and sent us your mud-spattered entries!
Charlotte, age 9, London
Ruth, age 9, Eastleigh
Josiah, age 6, Crawley
Katie, age 10, Verwood
Seren, age 8, Loughborough
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If you could pilot a submarine, what would you see? This clever viewer features a scrolling underwater scene!
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