Natalie Hunter meets champion barefoot waterskier Pete O'Neill as he teaches some of his skills to junior members of the Mulwala Water Ski Club.
Ella Germein reveals that two popular cliches about animals are untrue, what camel humps are actually for, and how good a goldfish's memory really is.
Duane Strauss meets the trainers and parents of disabled children riding horses at the McIntyre Centre riding school, and learns how horse therapy improves their lives.
Emma Ralph explains how the characteristics that make some of the slowest animals on earth so slugish are actually fundamental to their survival.
Alex Battye learns to tell the difference between sea lions and fur seals at Sea Life Sunshine Coast.
Duane Strauss helps the vets at Dayboro Veterinary Surgery diagnose cow pregnancies using ultrasound and rectal palpitation tests.
Ella Germein meets Bella the common wombat at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and learns how the zoo built an enclosure for her.
Emma Ralph tries her hand at callisthenics and learns from members of the Highbury Calisthenics club what they like about the competitive performing art.
Stacey Thomson meets agronomist Paul McIntosh and learns some of the characteristics and uses of sunflowers amid a crop of 10 million stems.
Seamus Evans explains why dart frogs are so brightly coloured, what makes them dangerous and how their toxicity changes in captivity.
Emma Ralph goes back to school to see how students at Marden Senior College are learning about the environment and how to care for it.
Alex Battye learns the basic rules of badminton and what sort of skills players need.
Stacey Thomson visits Queensland Zoo to see how a capuchin monkey that had lost its mate adapts to new monkeys in its enclosure.
Boys and girls demonstrate how mixed touch football is played and how the rules are different to other codes of football.
Palaeontologist Peter Bishop tells Ella Germein why studying birds helps scientists gain a better understanding of dinosaurs.
Kim McInnes reveals her dream job involves playing on trampolines all day and helping others to play safely.
Natalie Hunter meets the fish with the dirtiest jobs in the ocean: cleaner wrasse that feed on the parasites and dead tissue of larger marine animals.
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