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1. Chameleons

1. Chameleons
Reader's Digest

“The fact that we know chameleons exist means they are worthless idiot failures.” @PEACHCOFFIN

2. Alligators and Crocodiles

2. Alligators and Crocodiles
Reader's Digest

“SCIENCE TIP: You can distinguish an alligator from a crocodile by paying attention to whether the animal sees you later or in a while.” @GOOOOATS

3. Giraffes

3. Giraffes
Reader's Digest

“Giraffes were invented in 1780 when three horses accidentally swallowed a ladder.” @KIMMYMONTE

4. Dogs

4. Dogs
Reader's Digest

“DOGS: So cute, many colours & sizes, happy butts, cold noses, some know where the ball is, breath could be better. A++ WOULD PET AGAIN.” @NICCAGEMATCH

5. Worms

5. Worms
Reader's Digest

“The fact that earthworms are called earthworms suggests the existence of sea worms and, more distressingly, air and fire worms.” @MICHAEL_RAPHONE

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Please be advised that due to the current lockdown in the Philippines, we hope to have the April print issue available by the middle of July, and the May, June and July issues available by the end of July, but this is dependent on when local lockdown restrictions are lifted. We sincerely apologise for this inconvenience. Thank you and stay safe!
– The Reader’s Digest team