ASK March 2017
Glacier National Park without glaciers? Jumbo flying squid leaping out of the ocean? Islands swallowed by the ocean? The earth is getting warmer and nature is going nuts—but animals are adapting in surprising ways! This month’s issue of ASK investigates how the world changes along with the climate. Read about what we can expect from climate change in “Welcome to a Warmer World,” then take “A Walk in the Park” and see what’s happening to beautiful Glacier National Park. Find out why jumbo squid are appearing across the North Pacific coast in “Attack of the Flying Squid,” and how quino butterflies react to losing their favorite food in “One Tough Butterfly.” What would you do if your town began to sink under the waves? Meet the islanders who are planning for rising seas in “Eyes on the Tide.” Finally, let Marvin show you how airplanes stay up in the air with a tricky experiment using only a water bottle and a ball of paper!
Regular features include Nosy News, Nestor’s Dock, Marvin’s Clever Tricks, Ask Jimmy and the Bug, Contest and Letters, and Marvin and Friends.