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As part of NITV's environment focus, this Pakipumeka documentary Saving Tuna reveals the extraordinary life-cycle of the charismatic longfin eel, now a threatened species.

As part of NITV's environment focus, this Pakipumeka documentary Saving Tuna reveals the extraordinary life-cycle of the charismatic longfin eel, now a threatened species.

Bushfire is a natural part of our bushland environment but can have a devastating effect on people's lives. This program shows how to assess your property's vulnerability to ...

Bushfire is a natural part of our bushland environment but can have a devastating effect on people's lives. This program shows how to assess your property's vulnerability to bushfires and how to prepare before the bushfire season. It also explains measures you can take if a fire is approaching, how you should react if caught in a bushfire and what to do once the fire has passed.

In the last hundred years, heatwaves have caused more deaths in Australia than any other natural hazard. This program shows how you can minimise the harmful effects of ...

In the last hundred years, heatwaves have caused more deaths in Australia than any other natural hazard. This program shows how you can minimise the harmful effects of heatwave by providing practical advice about what to wear, eat and drink and where to go if affected. The program also explains how to keep your environment as cool as possible and the steps you should take if someone is suffering from heat-related illness.

Great Migrations
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Great Migrations: Behind The Scenes

Season 1  |  Episode 6  |  National Geographic  |  November 7, 2010
National Geographic crews took dramatic measures over years in the field in pursuit of painstaking shots, including facing sandstorms, swimming with sharks, entering war zones ...

National Geographic crews took dramatic measures over years in the field in pursuit of painstaking shots, including facing sandstorms, swimming with sharks, entering war zones and dangling off cliffs.

From Shark Bay up to Port Hedland, the Midwest coast is a huge shoulder of land where much of Australia's secret history and untold future is at play.

From Shark Bay up to Port Hedland, the Midwest coast is a huge shoulder of land where much of Australia's secret history and untold future is at play.

Every migration is an epic journey, driven largely by hunger. Every day, trillions of creatures, from microscopic plankton to rare desert elephants face arduous journeys in ...

Every migration is an epic journey, driven largely by hunger. Every day, trillions of creatures, from microscopic plankton to rare desert elephants face arduous journeys in search of greener pastures.

Gripping stories of birth, death, struggle and renewal are told in this collection of stunning footage from the Great Migrations series, set to an original score in a moving ...

Gripping stories of birth, death, struggle and renewal are told in this collection of stunning footage from the Great Migrations series, set to an original score in a moving visual concert.

In Rio de Janiero, a young marmoset is forced to confront the dangers of the city on his own. A rhinoceros beetle escapes his captors and searches for sanctuary in the ...

In Rio de Janiero, a young marmoset is forced to confront the dangers of the city on his own. A rhinoceros beetle escapes his captors and searches for sanctuary in the futuristic metropolis of Tokyo.

Deep in the jungles of Vietnam is an enormous cave. The first humans to enter it travel more than 6km underground to see if it's the biggest in the world and uncover the ...

Deep in the jungles of Vietnam is an enormous cave. The first humans to enter it travel more than 6km underground to see if it's the biggest in the world and uncover the secrets that lie deep within.

Steve Backshall and his crew embark on a river expedition deep into the unexplored jungles of Guyana, and they try to catch a black caiman: the largest predator in these rivers.

Steve Backshall and his crew embark on a river expedition deep into the unexplored jungles of Guyana, and they try to catch a black caiman: the largest predator in these rivers.

Why Lima is using ancient stone canals to solve its water crisis, vegetables factories in Japan and safeguarding the future of Hawaii's coral.

Why Lima is using ancient stone canals to solve its water crisis, vegetables factories in Japan and safeguarding the future of Hawaii's coral.

In this special episode, come behind the scenes of this landmark series. With 553 cameras, 100 days on horseback, 6,526 anti-malarial tablets, the crew spent more than four ...

In this special episode, come behind the scenes of this landmark series. With 553 cameras, 100 days on horseback, 6,526 anti-malarial tablets, the crew spent more than four years in the field.

Sir David Attenborough shows us the hunting patterns of the powerful grizzly bear, an intelligent and adaptable creature, uniquely equipped to deal with life on the tundra of ...

Sir David Attenborough shows us the hunting patterns of the powerful grizzly bear, an intelligent and adaptable creature, uniquely equipped to deal with life on the tundra of Alaska.

Beyond the headlines to the heart of the news of the day. Al Jazeera gets the Inside Story from some of the best minds in the Middle East and beyond.

Beyond the headlines to the heart of the news of the day. Al Jazeera gets the Inside Story from some of the best minds in the Middle East and beyond.

Battered and windswept, the Falkland Islands lie off the South American mainland. Their rugged mountains and pristine coastline remain unspoilt by human development, making a ...

Battered and windswept, the Falkland Islands lie off the South American mainland. Their rugged mountains and pristine coastline remain unspoilt by human development, making a unique home for wildlife.

With footage of earthquakes, engaging graphics and interviews with seismic survey teams, this program provides a fantastic introduction to waves and how they are used.

With footage of earthquakes, engaging graphics and interviews with seismic survey teams, this program provides a fantastic introduction to waves and how they are used.

Join an aerial odyssey across Australia's iconic landmarks of Uluru, the Great Barrier Reef, and Lake Eyre as we reveal how these unique environments affect the creatures who ...

Join an aerial odyssey across Australia's iconic landmarks of Uluru, the Great Barrier Reef, and Lake Eyre as we reveal how these unique environments affect the creatures who call them home.

David Attenborough tells the intimate story of a leopard mother and her two cubs. The competition for food is tough, and if they are to survive they must learn a new skill - ...

David Attenborough tells the intimate story of a leopard mother and her two cubs. The competition for food is tough, and if they are to survive they must learn a new skill - they must learn to fish.

Nick Clark travels the globe to unpack the origins of climate change, explain why 2 degrees is so important and asks why governments have failed to act.

Nick Clark travels the globe to unpack the origins of climate change, explain why 2 degrees is so important and asks why governments have failed to act.

Investigate the mysteries behind some of Earth's most impressive and puzzling migrations using the latest technologies and field research.

Investigate the mysteries behind some of Earth's most impressive and puzzling migrations using the latest technologies and field research.

For the first time ever, Earth's incredible story is told in a single, seamless journey from its violent birth 4.5 billion years ago, through ice-ages and the dinosaurs' reign ...

For the first time ever, Earth's incredible story is told in a single, seamless journey from its violent birth 4.5 billion years ago, through ice-ages and the dinosaurs' reign to the first humans.

Colin Stafford-Johnson presents this special documentary about the world's most famous tiger, Machli, who is the star of several films and the mother to a dynasty of great tigers.

Colin Stafford-Johnson presents this special documentary about the world's most famous tiger, Machli, who is the star of several films and the mother to a dynasty of great tigers.

The beautiful and unforgiving Kimberley coast has never been tamed, remaining a vast wilderness of rugged escarpments and gorges which has stood unchanged for thousands of years.

The beautiful and unforgiving Kimberley coast has never been tamed, remaining a vast wilderness of rugged escarpments and gorges which has stood unchanged for thousands of years.

Trevor Long from Seaworld and Janet Lanyon from The University of Queensland team up to study the elusive dugong off the coast of Stadbroke Island. The groundbreaking research ...

Trevor Long from Seaworld and Janet Lanyon from The University of Queensland team up to study the elusive dugong off the coast of Stadbroke Island. The groundbreaking research includes capturing the massive mammal for sampling and study.

Wussywat is a curious cat who discovers new things in the garden. Wussywat discovers compost and how to make it, helping Ortus put compost on his cabbage seedlings.

Wussywat is a curious cat who discovers new things in the garden. Wussywat discovers compost and how to make it, helping Ortus put compost on his cabbage seedlings.

Project Planet
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Project Planet: Challenges

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  ABC ME  |  August 2, 2018
A robot arrives at one school, keeping the students entertained as it assesses and processes recyclable bottles and cans when they are deposited. Each school also has an ...

A robot arrives at one school, keeping the students entertained as it assesses and processes recyclable bottles and cans when they are deposited. Each school also has an individual challenge to support local native wildlife.

Insulted by the salt left in the garden, this slug begins to tell us how wrong we are about him. With his 25,000 teeth, he eats things like dead leaves, fungus, and dog poo ...

Insulted by the salt left in the garden, this slug begins to tell us how wrong we are about him. With his 25,000 teeth, he eats things like dead leaves, fungus, and dog poo all over the world.

In one of the few times in its 5,000 year history, the oldest, most populous nation on earth has opened its doors to the rest of the world. In today's China, the economics of ...

In one of the few times in its 5,000 year history, the oldest, most populous nation on earth has opened its doors to the rest of the world. In today's China, the economics of feudalism and communism are out, while capitalism is in. Old walls are being torn down, and a futuristic landscape of glass and steel is shooting up in their place.

Hugging the west coast of Canada, Vancouver Island is abundant in glaciers, tall waterfalls, and an endless network of rivers and creeks, making it the perfect habitat for ...

Hugging the west coast of Canada, Vancouver Island is abundant in glaciers, tall waterfalls, and an endless network of rivers and creeks, making it the perfect habitat for Pacific salmon. It's thought that the salmon in Vancouver Island's streams feed more forms of life than any other creature on the planet, including black bears, bald eagles and killer whales.

The Philippines are a breeding ground for many rare, beautiful and bizarre animals. The mysterious Bearcat looks like a cross between a bear and a cat as is agile in the trees ...

The Philippines are a breeding ground for many rare, beautiful and bizarre animals. The mysterious Bearcat looks like a cross between a bear and a cat as is agile in the trees as a monkey. The Philippines is home to one of the worlds most spectacular cave systems, a subterranean world crowded with bats and mysterious insects. On the island of Bohol, swamp-like mangroves are raided by gangs of macaques with a taste for crabs. The Tarsier comes out to hunt at night an animal so small it fits in the palm of a human hand, but has the largest eyes relative to body size in the animal kingdom. (From the Netherlands, in English) (Documentary) (Rpt) G CC

Going Bush is back! So roll up your swags, pack your sense of adventure and hit the road with Olympic Champion Cathy Freeman and actor Luke Carroll as the two city clickers ...

Going Bush is back! So roll up your swags, pack your sense of adventure and hit the road with Olympic Champion Cathy Freeman and actor Luke Carroll as the two city clickers embark on a road trip through remote Indigenous Australia.

Despite being one of the world's most isolated cities, Perth is also one of the wealthiest and fastest growing, acting as a control centre for the booming resource fields in ...

Despite being one of the world's most isolated cities, Perth is also one of the wealthiest and fastest growing, acting as a control centre for the booming resource fields in WA's north.

Antarctica is the last great wilderness: the coldest, windiest, driest and most isolated place on Earth. Every winter, for over three months of the year, the sun never rises. ...

Antarctica is the last great wilderness: the coldest, windiest, driest and most isolated place on Earth. Every winter, for over three months of the year, the sun never rises. But it's also home to the British Antarctic Survey's Halley Research Station. A veteran of living and working at Halley in the early eighties, BBC weatherman Peter Gibbs makes an emotional return to the place he once called home. A place that, during his time, was key to the discovery of the ozone hole. The journey starts with an arduous 12-day, 3000-mile voyage onboard the RRS Ernest Shackleton.

Japan's 7000 islands cover an incredible range of extreme climates from frozen seas and snow-capped mountains, to sun kissed beaches and steamy mangroves. Winter can be ...

Japan's 7000 islands cover an incredible range of extreme climates from frozen seas and snow-capped mountains, to sun kissed beaches and steamy mangroves. Winter can be brutal, and Japanese snow monkeys endure the cold by basking in volcanic pools. Spring is a busy time for Japanese fishermen and the sea birds that catch fish for them. In contrast, summer in the southern islands is sweltering, with crabs patrolling the steamy mangroves.

Sir David Attenborough is our guide through the mysterious realm of ants, presenting a cast of queens, workers, scouts and soldiers, with all their amazing stories which play ...

Sir David Attenborough is our guide through the mysterious realm of ants, presenting a cast of queens, workers, scouts and soldiers, with all their amazing stories which play out almost like a medieval saga.

Islands built entirely on shifting sands or carved from rock, where moon-dancing red crabs and strange marsupials make their homes - these are the extraordinary isles that ...

Islands built entirely on shifting sands or carved from rock, where moon-dancing red crabs and strange marsupials make their homes - these are the extraordinary isles that thrive in splendid isolation in Australia's hidden islands.

Ngarritj is a little white corella with a big attitude who flies freely around the Yolngu community of Galiwin'ku visiting everyone and speaking the local language.

Ngarritj is a little white corella with a big attitude who flies freely around the Yolngu community of Galiwin'ku visiting everyone and speaking the local language.

Every year, seasons transform our planet. As they sweep across the world, they drive all life on Earth, bringing huge opportunities and great challenges to everything. This ...

Every year, seasons transform our planet. As they sweep across the world, they drive all life on Earth, bringing huge opportunities and great challenges to everything. This episode celebrates summer and the extraordinary challenges it brings.

According to the Bible, to punish the Egyptian Pharaoh for enslaving the Israelites and refusing to let them leave, God sent down ten plagues on Egypt. "For the Seventh ...

According to the Bible, to punish the Egyptian Pharaoh for enslaving the Israelites and refusing to let them leave, God sent down ten plagues on Egypt. "For the Seventh plague, God sent several storms. Thunder and lightening and hail flashed down on the land of Egypt. It was the worst storm in the land of Egypt since it had become a nation." Reports of hail disasters have become more common. Insurance claims for hail damage have doubled every two years. The storms have devastating results for farms and destroy crops. Some attribute the increase in these events to global warming.

Once the world's fourth-largest inland body of water but now a byword for ecological disaster, the Aral Sea has been retreating over the last half-century after rivers that ...

Once the world's fourth-largest inland body of water but now a byword for ecological disaster, the Aral Sea has been retreating over the last half-century after rivers that fed it were diverted for Soviet cotton irrigation projects. Today it covers half of its original area of 66,000 square kilometres, and the volume of water has been reduced to a quarter.

Islands built entirely on shifting sands or carved from rock, where moon-dancing red crabs and strange marsupials make their homes - these are the extraordinary isles that ...

Islands built entirely on shifting sands or carved from rock, where moon-dancing red crabs and strange marsupials make their homes - these are the extraordinary isles that thrive in splendid isolation in Australia's hidden islands.

In recognition of the cultural significance of an endangered species in their area, a community in the very small, isolated wheat and sheep farming town of Ongerup in Western ...

In recognition of the cultural significance of an endangered species in their area, a community in the very small, isolated wheat and sheep farming town of Ongerup in Western Australia have taken on a mammoth task to save their Gnowangerup Shire faunal emblem, the 'gnow' (Noongar is its Aboriginal name) or malleefowl from local extinction.

This four-part series looks at what happens when two of Australia's best-known women, Olympic champion Catherine Freeman and actor Deborah Mailman, go bush across the top end ...

This four-part series looks at what happens when two of Australia's best-known women, Olympic champion Catherine Freeman and actor Deborah Mailman, go bush across the top end of Australia together. The series captures the experiences of these two self-confessed city girls and is a rollicking ride that captures the quintessential tourist experience of outback Indigenous Australia. It is a journey of physical, cultural and personal exploration and not just for Deborah and Catherine.

The ninth Bible plague meant three days of darkness, nowadays commonly believed to have been caused by a sandstorm. Sandstorms have ravaged the face of the earth for millions ...

The ninth Bible plague meant three days of darkness, nowadays commonly believed to have been caused by a sandstorm. Sandstorms have ravaged the face of the earth for millions of years and transformed entire continents. Grains of sand from deserts are often blown huge distances, carrying with them not only fungi and viruses but also pollutants and environmental toxins. Beijing suffers particularly badly from violent sandstorms and the Chinese government has launched an ambitious program of prevention.

By 2010, 40 percent of the worlds coral reefs may be dead. By 2030, half of the Great Barrier Reef may be gone. Parts of it are already dying, but the reasons have not ...

By 2010, 40 percent of the worlds coral reefs may be dead. By 2030, half of the Great Barrier Reef may be gone. Parts of it are already dying, but the reasons have not always been clear. Global warming and outbreaks of crown-of-thorns starfish have put extraordinary pressure on the reef. Now scientists have identified another threat sediments, fertilisers and pesticides from agricultural run-off.

Almost sixty years after his first visit to the Great Barrier Reef, David Attenborough embarks on a personal journey of discovery to understand how the Reef was created and ...

Almost sixty years after his first visit to the Great Barrier Reef, David Attenborough embarks on a personal journey of discovery to understand how the Reef was created and meet the animals that call it home.

Wild Britain - January To March - The range of seasons in Britain are as extraordinary as the climate is unique. The splendour of the autumn colour change is as magnificent as ...

Wild Britain - January To March - The range of seasons in Britain are as extraordinary as the climate is unique. The splendour of the autumn colour change is as magnificent as anywhere on earth, while the animal migration is of planet-wide importance. Beautiful time-lapse photography illustrates how the landscape is changing minute by minute, day by day, month by month from a waterfall freezing solid to an entire hillside of heather bursting with colour. This enchanting series that reveals why Britains climate is so unique and why the countrys relationship with its wildlife is so enduring and so special. (Part 1 of 4) (From the UK) (Documentary) (Rpt) G CC

Stephen Fry narrates the story of a young chipmunk who is gathering a vital store of nuts ahead of his first winter and a young tree shrew is forced deep into the jungle to ...

Stephen Fry narrates the story of a young chipmunk who is gathering a vital store of nuts ahead of his first winter and a young tree shrew is forced deep into the jungle to find food.

On August 21, 2017, millions of Americans witnessed the first total solar eclipse to cross the continental US in 99 years. As in all total solar eclipses, the moon blocked the ...

On August 21, 2017, millions of Americans witnessed the first total solar eclipse to cross the continental US in 99 years. As in all total solar eclipses, the moon blocked the sun and revealed its ethereal outer atmosphere - its corona - in a wondrous celestial spectacle. While hordes of citizens flocked to the eclipse's path of totality, scientists, too, staked out spots for a very different reason: to investigate the secrets of the sun's elusive atmosphere. During the eclipse's precious seconds of darkness, they gathered new clues on how our sun works, how it can produce deadly solar storms, and why its atmosphere is so hot.

To punish the Egyptian Pharaoh for enslaving the Israelites and refusing to let them leave, God sent down ten plagues on Egypt. The fourth was the plague of locusts. ...

To punish the Egyptian Pharaoh for enslaving the Israelites and refusing to let them leave, God sent down ten plagues on Egypt. The fourth was the plague of locusts. Hans-Joerg Ferenz of the University of Halle in Germany is researching ways of combating locust plagues and has found, that under certain conditions, solitary locusts develop into swarming locusts.

In Rio de Janiero, a young marmoset is forced to confront the dangers of the city on his own. A rhinoceros beetle escapes his captors and searches for sanctuary in the ...

In Rio de Janiero, a young marmoset is forced to confront the dangers of the city on his own. A rhinoceros beetle escapes his captors and searches for sanctuary in the futuristic metropolis of Tokyo.

With its incredible sea life, wild cyclonic weather and dense population, Queensland's coastline is the perfect example of the pleasures and dangers of man trying to coexist ...

With its incredible sea life, wild cyclonic weather and dense population, Queensland's coastline is the perfect example of the pleasures and dangers of man trying to coexist with nature.

The platypus has webbed feet like a frog, a bill like a duck and venom like a snake but strangest of all, it lays eggs like a bird. So much of its life is spent underground, ...

The platypus has webbed feet like a frog, a bill like a duck and venom like a snake but strangest of all, it lays eggs like a bird. So much of its life is spent underground, that the platypus is still largely unknown.

Islands built entirely on shifting sands or carved from rock, where moon-dancing red crabs and strange marsupials make their homes - these are the extraordinary isles that ...

Islands built entirely on shifting sands or carved from rock, where moon-dancing red crabs and strange marsupials make their homes - these are the extraordinary isles that thrive in splendid isolation in Australia's hidden islands.

Caribbean - The Wild Side Of Paradise - Discover the secret wildlife of the Caribbean, which is made up of over 7,000 islands and reefs lying within the crystal clear waters ...

Caribbean - The Wild Side Of Paradise - Discover the secret wildlife of the Caribbean, which is made up of over 7,000 islands and reefs lying within the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean Sea. From giant leatherback turtles who visit Trinidads beaches to lay their eggs and the ocean species which cant be found anywhere else in the world, to the giant humpback whales who travel thousands of kilometres to raise their young in the Caribbeans warm and calm waters. But as summer approaches, these sun- drenched islands become an altogether darker place as they lay in the firing line of some of the most ferocious storms on earth. (From the UK) (Documentary Series) (Part 3 of 5) (Rpt) G CC

Wildest Islands is a celebration of the world's most spectacular islands, and the wildlife who call these jewels home. Thousands of kilometres from the nearest ocean, the 1000 ...

Wildest Islands is a celebration of the world's most spectacular islands, and the wildlife who call these jewels home. Thousands of kilometres from the nearest ocean, the 1000 islands of the Amazon are flooded for six months of the year and are home to some of the most unusual creatures. This submerged world is like no other - where the forest floor becomes the riverbed, fish feed from the treetops, and canopy dwellers are stalked by creatures that lurk beneath.

Vancouver Island - Hugging the west coast of Canada, Vancouver Island is abundant in glaciers, tall waterfalls, and an endless network of rivers and creeks, making it the ...

Vancouver Island - Hugging the west coast of Canada, Vancouver Island is abundant in glaciers, tall waterfalls, and an endless network of rivers and creeks, making it the perfect habitat for Pacific salmon. Its thought that the salmon in Vancouver Islands streams feed more forms of life than any other creature on the planet, including black bears, bald eagles and killer whales. (Part 3 of 5) (From the Netherlands, in English) (Documentary) (Rpt) G CC

High up in a spectacular tree house, Jimmy Doherty develops an intimate understanding of the inner workings of a British forest. It's now autumn, and the forest is bursting ...

High up in a spectacular tree house, Jimmy Doherty develops an intimate understanding of the inner workings of a British forest. It's now autumn, and the forest is bursting with fruit and nuts and is looking spectacular.

Join in the fun with Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave as they go on magical adventures. Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave get to work down on the farm. They collect eggs and pick strawberries.

Join in the fun with Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave as they go on magical adventures. Ruff-Ruff, Tweet and Dave get to work down on the farm. They collect eggs and pick strawberries.

Islands built entirely on shifting sands or carved from rock, where moon-dancing red crabs and strange marsupials make their homes - these are the extraordinary isles that ...

Islands built entirely on shifting sands or carved from rock, where moon-dancing red crabs and strange marsupials make their homes - these are the extraordinary isles that thrive in splendid isolation in Australia's hidden islands.

Help turn your school and community into waste-wise wonderlands. Share and watch this collection that features the five Rs, a solar-powered drip irrigation system, recycling robots and much more.
Celebrate and showcase how young Australians can take positive everyday action for a sustainable Australia. Use this collection to create awareness and start a discussion about enviroweek in your classroom.
Assist your students to investigate the properties of different habitats within their environment with the help of this curated collection.
Warnings make weather seem predictable, but the effects of cyclones, typhoons and hurricanes can be unexpected and devastating. See how scientists study storms and people survive them.
Life is full of opportunities to learn new things, no matter what your age. Explore these videos as part of Community Colleges Australia's lifelong learning programs and enrich your knowledge of the world.
Explore the world of volcanoes and how molten rock and plate tectonics shape and reshape Earth. Share the knowledge of these powerful geological forces with this collection of clips and documentaries.
Teach your students all about digging, planting and harvesting, vegetables, flowers, herbs. Then find out all about what lives in the garden, featuring episodes of Create, Dirtgirlworld and more.
It's no surprise that sharks are feared, but scientists will say these apex predators are also misunderstood. Help your students come to understand them better and get to know the different types in our oceans.
Of course we have cat videos. August 8 is International Cat Day so introduce our feline friends to your classroom with our collection of domestic and big cat videos for primary students.
Asteroids, sometimes called minor planets, are rocky remnants left over from the early formation of our solar system about 4.6 billion years ago. Find out how they reshaped the Earth here. (ACSSU115, ACSSU153, ACSSU180, ACSSU188)
Australia is home to more than one million species, many of which are found nowhere else in the world. Discover all about them in this playlist.
Living things have basic needs, including food and water and are important to us. Discover how to care for all types of living things in this curated playlist. (ACSSU002,ACSSU017,ACSSU211,VCSSU042)
Capture students’ interest and find out what they think they know about how living things, such as small animals. Make their playground experience more meaningful with this curated playlist. (ACSSU017,ACSSU211,VCSSU042,VCSSU043,VCSSU057)
Living things live in all different types of habitats. In this playlist, you'll learn what a habitat is and the different types of habitats there are, along with which animals reside in each of the habitats. (ACSSU044,ACSSU072,ACSSU073,ACSSU043,ACSSU094,VCSSU042,VCSSU043,VCSSU057)
Natural Disasters aren't fun to have around. Find out the science behind these geological and meteorological events and gain insights on what to do in tough situations through this selected playlist.
Natural Disasters aren't fun to have around. Find out the science behind these events as well as gain insights on what to do in tough situations through this selected playlist. (ACSSU096,VCSSU079,VCGGK095)
Australia is addressing climate change and ensuring energy security and affordability. Find out more about the effects of climate change and how it is impacting your life. ((ACHGK020,VCGGK110,VCGGK147)
Climate change is rapidly effecting our environment and our lives. Discover what is happening and how everyone can take part in making a difference. (ACHGK020,VCGGK096)
Environmentalists are full of ideas about how we can make changes in our everyday lives and reduce the impact on our environment. These videos show us how.
Over the past 200 years many species of plants and animals have become extinct. Find out all about management and conservation measures are taken to save others from a similar fate.
Bees are actually really important and do more than just buzzing around. This week let's celebrate World Bee Day to help raise awareness on why bees are important for our ecosystem. (ACSSU073)
From making backyards safe for koala visitors to learning the life cycle of the echidna, introduce your class to the wonderful world of some of Australia's most unique wildlife.
Space inspires our greatest scientific and creative minds. Take to the stars with NASA, or hop aboard Millennium Falcon in the best of space fact and fiction. (ACSSU188,ACSSU189,VCSSU127,VCSSU128,VCSSU129)
Dive into the Great Barrier Reef with Attenborough, explore Kakadu's Mountford rock art, peek inside the micro-worlds of the Galapagos, and be awed by the Great Wall of China when exploring the world's heritage sites.
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