A new British Wildlife series has been designed and chosen by the National Trust’s conservation experts.
The card game features 30 British wildlife cards ranging in topic from the Adder – found on many coastal cliffs - to the Raft Spider (pictured) – which lives live in wet marshy places in southern Britain; and are all creatures which can be found living in land protected by the National Trust.
The 30 creatures selected for Top Trumps were chosen by National Trust wildlife experts, including Matthew Oates, who said: "Top Trumps is a great way to find out how exciting our wildlife is, even the stingy, bitey, pooey kinds.
"Not all the animals in this pack are pretty, many can be mean and nasty, but none of them are boring. Some of them are very rare and hard to see, several are common everywhere.
“We hope this game will help both children and parents to develop a love for the incredible wildlife in the UK because the survival of so many creatures depends on us."
Top Trumps follows last year's launch of National Trust Monopoly, which gave people the chance to buy up their favourite places and develop visitor centres and holiday cottages.
A second National Trust Top Trumps game will be on sale soon called 30 Great Days out, featuring historic buildings and exciting activities.
All money from sales of National Trust Top Trumps goes to supporting the conservation work carried out by the Trust.