New Scientist Boxset (3 books) - Does Anything Eat Wasps? / Why Don't Penguin's feet Freeze? / Do Polar Bears Get Lonely? was £20.97 now £5.00 + Free Delivery to local store @ WHSmith - HotUKDeals
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Three Bestsellers from The New Scientist in one big value pack!
Does Anything Eat Wasps? - The classic selection of questions and answers on every scientific topic imaginable from New Scientist magazine's popular 'Last Word' column.
Why Don't Penguin's feet Freeze? Another sparkling collection from the 'Last Word' column.
Do Polar Bears Get Lonely? The latest brilliant selection of fascinating questions and answers from the 'Last Word' column.
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nice find
Can't believe that original price, I bought this set last year from Tesco and it was £5 then, never seen it at £20.97
I need to know now, does anything eat wasps?
voted hot - great spot OP
They are usually about £5 each, great books, very interesting. Great stocking filler
I need to know now, does anything eat wasps?

blackbirds, magpies, starlings and mammals (including stoats, weasels & mice). The main predator of wasps in Britain are badgers which have been known to destroy entire colonies
Great stocking filler... :santa:Cheers OP...:thumbsup:
Very interesting, thanks omoorej.

When driving, avoid those badgers!
I need to know now, does anything eat wasps?

I once ate a wasp! I thought it was a bit of fudge in an ice cream.

Didn't taste too bad!

BTW, great post! Good books these!
They are very, very good. You can get lost in a book for hours
Now out of stock- availability 4 or more weeks :P
dogs eat wasps or ours used to anyway
Fairly interesting books but disappointingly short and not nearly as authoritive as you might expect. Five quid the lot is a fair price, five quid each isn't.
good price out of stock for xmas now though :(
Try looking in branches of Fopp (if you have them), you might be surprised :)

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