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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...

Weird materials

States of matter
Scientists are researching the possible use of a new material for use in bulletproof jackets. Under normal circumstances it is a liquid allowi...

Can you believe your eyes?

Animals including humans
At the end of February there was an internet frenzy caused by a picture of a dress which sparked fierce debate about its colour. Some people s...

     
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Can you believe your eyes?

Animals including humans
At the end of February there was an internet frenzy caused by a picture of a dress which sparked fierce debate about its colour. Some people s...

What happened to Pluto?

5E Earth, Sun and Moon
Pluto lost its planetary status when scientists redefined what a makes a planet. Advances in technology results in new knowledge and often sci...

A new frog

Identifying and Classifying
A new species of frog has been confirmed. You would expect it to have been discovered in the Rainforest, but in fact was found in one of the m...

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