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Last Updated: Tuesday April 13 2010 14:36 GMT

Stamps go wild!

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A polecat from Tiggywinkles, a special hospital for endangered wildlife, helps Royal Mail launch its Mammal stamps!

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All the animals featured are looked after by special conservation projects due to changes in their environments. This hedgehog gives his stamp of approval!

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Brown long-eared bats love to hang around in orchards and parks trying a spot a caterpillar for their lunch.

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Dormice are found all across the UK but it isn't easy to see one. They can spend up to three quarters of their life asleep!

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Humpback whales are famous for their singing. They sing songs to each other which can last up to 20 minutes.

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The horseshoe bat population has gone down by 90 percent in the last 100 years, because of chemicals used by farmers.

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Wildcats like this one are found in Scotland and experts reckon there are only 400 left in the wild.

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Playful otters love to swim and slide on muddy banks and in the snow.

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These sperm whales have BIG appetites. They can gobble up squid, octopus or even sharks.

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The new stamps go on sale on 13th April 2010.