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Bone Detectives

Identifying and Classifying
Jake McGowen-Lowe is a teenage bone collector from Scotland. He has been collecting skulls and bones since he was six. He has recently been i...

Elephant Bird Egg

Animals including humans
A huge rare Elephant Bird Egg is going up for auction in London. The egg is believed to be around 400 years old. At 30 cm tall and 24cm in dia...

New Home New Nest

Animals including humans
Spring is the time of year when birds make their nests and lay their eggs. Sometimes birds make their nests in the strangest of places! Recen...

     
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5D Changing state
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6F How we see things
British scientists have developed an ‘invisibility cloak' that allows objects to be masked. So far the device is rather limited it is 5in (1...

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5C Gases around us
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