As usual, we are writing to let you know that Issue 21, January 2016, of our free online magazine ANIMA MUNDI – Adventures in Wildlife Photography is now out and ready for downloading (or simple online browsing, if you prefer) at

Contents of our latest, photo-filled issue include a truly stunning essay on a rare find – a fascinating Jumping spider-mimicking moth from the forests of Assam; Part Two of our own extensively illustrated trip report from Sri Lanka’s legendary, uniquely scenic and leopard-rich Wilpattu National Park; a beautiful Personal Portfolio by Indian photographer Bhavya Joshi; an exclusive feature by Scott Trageser on the uniquely important fieldwork being done by the researchers of the Bangladesh Python Project; and a wonderful, beautifully illustrated article on herping in Morocco by Marco Sassoe. From tiny moths to leopards and elephants and from macro shots to wide-angle reptile portraits, we are once more certain you are going to enjoy the fruits of our work!

And since you are at it, feel free to explore and enjoy all the new features of our upgraded website – videos, photo galleries, interviews, useful links and all the back issues of ANIMA MUNDI – Adventures in Wildlife Photography are waiting to be discovered, downloaded and enjoyed in comfort. Also, don’t miss our NEW feature – all ANIMA MUNDI published articles are now available in hi-res pdf format as single posts on our website for easier downloading and browsing!

By Andrea Ferrari,
ANIMA MUNDI – Adventures in Wildlife Photography

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