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Kitchen Whiz
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Kitchen Whiz

Season 6  |  Episode 38  |  Discovery Kids  |  February 23, 2018
A fast and fabulous kids game show with a focus on the world of food, cooking and food science. Over four rounds, contestants answer questions and compete in fun, messy tasks, ...

A fast and fabulous kids game show with a focus on the world of food, cooking and food science. Over four rounds, contestants answer questions and compete in fun, messy tasks, earning points and taking home prizes.

Luo Bao Bei
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Luo Bao Bei: Grandma's Canary

ABC COMEDY/ABC KIDS  |  February 15, 2018
Luo Bao Bei is a bright and spirited seven-year-old girl with a vivid imagination, on a quest to understand the world around her.

Luo Bao Bei is a bright and spirited seven-year-old girl with a vivid imagination, on a quest to understand the world around her.

Scope
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Scope: Tech and Innovation

Season 4  |  Episode 37  |  ELEVEN  |  February 23, 2018
From exploring other planets to jumping into holographic adventures, we discover it all in this amazing episode: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

From exploring other planets to jumping into holographic adventures, we discover it all in this amazing episode: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

Scope
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Scope: Planet Earth

Season 4  |  Episode 36  |  ELEVEN  |  February 16, 2018
From turning waste into energy to walking in the steps of the dinosaurs, planet Earth will amaze you on this episode: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

From turning waste into energy to walking in the steps of the dinosaurs, planet Earth will amaze you on this episode: where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

The Human Body: Secrets of Your Life Revealed
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The Human Body: Secrets of Your Life Revealed

ABC  |  March 13, 2018
Over your lifetime you undergo an extraordinary change - no other animal on Earth goes through such a dramatic metamorphosis. Chris and Xand van Tulleken explore the latest ...

Over your lifetime you undergo an extraordinary change - no other animal on Earth goes through such a dramatic metamorphosis. Chris and Xand van Tulleken explore the latest understanding of how we all grow.

Megafactories
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Megafactories: BMW Z4

National Geographic  |  February 19, 2013
Scope
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Scope: Beyond the Sporting Field

Season 4  |  Episode 40  |  ELEVEN  |  March 16, 2018
We work up a sweat with science, from ballet tech to tennis science and a sporty DIY on this active episode where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

We work up a sweat with science, from ballet tech to tennis science and a sporty DIY on this active episode where the ordinary becomes extraordinary.

Planet Earth
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Planet Earth: Jungles

Season 1  |  Episode 8  |  ABC  |  April 3, 2011
Jungles cover roughly three percent of our planet, yet contain a staggering 50 per cent of the world's species. Located around the warm, sunny equatorial zone, complete with ...

Jungles cover roughly three percent of our planet, yet contain a staggering 50 per cent of the world's species. Located around the warm, sunny equatorial zone, complete with constant daylight, they are the most productive habitats on earth. Beautiful floating aerial shots introduce the world's most spectacular forest vistas and high-definition cameras enable unprecedented views of the species that live on the dark jungle floor. Narrated by David Attenborough.

Planet Earth
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Planet Earth: Caves

Season 1  |  Episode 4  |  ABC  |  March 6, 2011
This week, Planet Earth probes the mysterious, perpetual darkness to reveal the unknown, underground world of caves, caverns and tunnels. Narrated by David Attenborough.

This week, Planet Earth probes the mysterious, perpetual darkness to reveal the unknown, underground world of caves, caverns and tunnels. Narrated by David Attenborough.

Planet Earth
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Planet Earth: Mountains

Season 1  |  Episode 2  |  ABC  |  February 20, 2011
This week, Planet Earth takes a tour of the mightiest mountain ranges on the planet, beginning with the birth of a mountain at one of the lowest places on Earth and ending on ...

This week, Planet Earth takes a tour of the mightiest mountain ranges on the planet, beginning with the birth of a mountain at one of the lowest places on Earth and ending on the summit of Everest. Narrated by David Attenborough.

Asteroids
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Asteroids

SBS  |  April 1, 2012
For centuries asteroids have been ignored by science. The poor relation to the planets and even their icy cousins, the comets, asteroids were dismissed as boring. But all that ...

For centuries asteroids have been ignored by science. The poor relation to the planets and even their icy cousins, the comets, asteroids were dismissed as boring. But all that is about to change. Scientists have made some very strange discoveries that could solve one of the greatest mysteries in science - how water arrived on Earth.

What can and can't be recycled
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What can and can't be recycled

Clip from Scope
Most houses around Australia have a recycling bin, but do we all know what should or shouldn't go in and why Leah is a junior scientist with the Double Helix Club and she ...

Most houses around Australia have a recycling bin, but do we all know what should or shouldn't go in and why Leah is a junior scientist with the Double Helix Club and she points out all the things that you can recycle at home.

A frog census at school
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A frog census at school

Clip from Scope
Carranballac College students take part in Melbourne's Frog Census to help check the health of the environment, recording frog calls and details of the weather, to send to ...

Carranballac College students take part in Melbourne's Frog Census to help check the health of the environment, recording frog calls and details of the weather, to send to Melbourne Water authorities.

Exploring space with radio telescopes
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Exploring space with radio telescopes

Behind The News explains how radio telescopes work, how they are used to better understand the universe, and why Australia wants to build a Square Kilometre Array telescope.

Behind The News explains how radio telescopes work, how they are used to better understand the universe, and why Australia wants to build a Square Kilometre Array telescope.

Free-range pig farming
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Free-range pig farming

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News explains what freerange pig farming is and why some groups think getting rid of gestation stalls are better for the animals.

Behind The News explains what freerange pig farming is and why some groups think getting rid of gestation stalls are better for the animals.

Voyager Golden Records
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Voyager Golden Records

Brian Cox examines the Voyager Golden Records, two of which were sent into space in 1977 to convey sounds and images of Earth to communicate with alien life.

Brian Cox examines the Voyager Golden Records, two of which were sent into space in 1977 to convey sounds and images of Earth to communicate with alien life.

How bees talk to each other - the 'waggle dance'
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How bees talk to each other - the 'waggle dance'

How do bees know where to find the best flowers to make honey How do they talk to each other David Attenborough shows that it's all down to the amazing 'waggle dance'.

How do bees know where to find the best flowers to make honey How do they talk to each other David Attenborough shows that it's all down to the amazing 'waggle dance'.

Whaling and Japanese culture
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Whaling and Japanese culture

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News reviews the history of whaling and explains why the industry is part of Japanese culture.

Behind The News reviews the history of whaling and explains why the industry is part of Japanese culture.

The human eye explained
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The human eye explained

Clip from Scope
Optometrist Kady Brandon explains how our eyes work undertakes a consultation with Dr Rob.

Optometrist Kady Brandon explains how our eyes work undertakes a consultation with Dr Rob.

The importance of fruit and vegetables
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The importance of fruit and vegetables

Clip from Scope
Flinders University dietician Kacie Dickinson reveals why fruit and vegetables are important to our diets and what the differences between them are.

Flinders University dietician Kacie Dickinson reveals why fruit and vegetables are important to our diets and what the differences between them are.

Risks to the Great Barrier Reef
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Risks to the Great Barrier Reef

Behind The News describes the unique qualities of the Great Barrier Reef, how the coral grows, why it's important to the environment, and the various threats to the reef.

Behind The News describes the unique qualities of the Great Barrier Reef, how the coral grows, why it's important to the environment, and the various threats to the reef.

Environmental risks of extracting natural resources
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Environmental risks of extracting natural resources

Clip from Behind The News
Pretend you're a politician weighing up the environmental risks and advantages of mining processing natural resources in a vulnerable environment, as Behind The News ...

Pretend you're a politician weighing up the environmental risks and advantages of mining processing natural resources in a vulnerable environment, as Behind The News investigates the debate about Queensland's Curtis Island gas processing plant.

Saving the orangutans
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Saving the orangutans

Behind The News meets Daniel Clarke, a boy with cerebral palsy who is campaigning to raise money to save orangutans in Borneo and Sumatra.

Behind The News meets Daniel Clarke, a boy with cerebral palsy who is campaigning to raise money to save orangutans in Borneo and Sumatra.

Threats to the Great Barrier Reef
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Threats to the Great Barrier Reef

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News explains what the Great Barrier Reef is and reveals the three main threats to one of the seven wonders of the natural world: storms, crown of thorns starfish, ...

Behind The News explains what the Great Barrier Reef is and reveals the three main threats to one of the seven wonders of the natural world: storms, crown of thorns starfish, and the global warming responsible for coral bleaching.

An overview of the human body
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An overview of the human body

Clip from Scope
Medical student Lisa Daniels scribes the structure and parts of the human body, including bones, muscles, nerves, organs and brains.

Medical student Lisa Daniels scribes the structure and parts of the human body, including bones, muscles, nerves, organs and brains.

White light junior experiment
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White light junior experiment

Clip from Scope
Junior scientist Josephine conducts an experiment to show how white light is made up of many different colours, using a prism, white paper and a torch.

Junior scientist Josephine conducts an experiment to show how white light is made up of many different colours, using a prism, white paper and a torch.

Life inside an ant colony
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Life inside an ant colony

Clip from Our Animals
There are thousands of different types of ants. Take a look at some of their similarities and differences. Also explains how ants live in colonies, share food and protect each ...

There are thousands of different types of ants. Take a look at some of their similarities and differences. Also explains how ants live in colonies, share food and protect each other.

The physical characteristics of bones
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The physical characteristics of bones

Clip from Scope
The Queensland University of Technology's Laura Gregory describes some of the different bones in the human body, how they fuse together as we grow up, the relationship between ...

The Queensland University of Technology's Laura Gregory describes some of the different bones in the human body, how they fuse together as we grow up, the relationship between calcium and collagen, and the differences between male and female skulls.

Endangered African animals
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Endangered African animals

Clip from Totally Wild
Natalie Hunter meets Werribee Open Range Zoo keepers, who explain why many species of animal in Africa are endangered.

Natalie Hunter meets Werribee Open Range Zoo keepers, who explain why many species of animal in Africa are endangered.

What are gravitational waves?
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What are gravitational waves?

Clip from Behind The News
After the detection of the first gravitational waves, Behind The News explains what they are and why they are so important.

After the detection of the first gravitational waves, Behind The News explains what they are and why they are so important.

Colour 101
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Colour 101

Clip from Scope
Colour is everywhere, light from a light bulb or the sun might look white but it is actually made up of all different colours. Dr Rob looks at colours and how different ...

Colour is everywhere, light from a light bulb or the sun might look white but it is actually made up of all different colours. Dr Rob looks at colours and how different colours are formed.

Genetic traits
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Genetic traits

Clip from Scope
Have you ever wondered why your hair is black, blonde, brown, or even red Or why you have certain coloured eyes Is it predetermined, or is it just the luck of the draw Dr Rick ...

Have you ever wondered why your hair is black, blonde, brown, or even red Or why you have certain coloured eyes Is it predetermined, or is it just the luck of the draw Dr Rick Sturm a molecular geneticist from the Institute of Molecular Bioscience explains how our appearance is determined by a very complex code!

Genetics 101
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Genetics 101

Clip from Scope
What are genes How do they actually work and what do they look like What is DNA David Pennisi a genetic biologist from the Institute of Molecular Bioscience gives us all the ...

What are genes How do they actually work and what do they look like What is DNA David Pennisi a genetic biologist from the Institute of Molecular Bioscience gives us all the basics on genetics!

A look at a thermometer and going to the beach
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A look at a thermometer and going to the beach

Clip from Play School
Justine demonstrates how a thermometer works and sings a song about going to the beach. The clip finishes with a look at people at the beach through the windows.

Justine demonstrates how a thermometer works and sings a song about going to the beach. The clip finishes with a look at people at the beach through the windows.

How baby dolphins are born
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How baby dolphins are born

Clip from Totally Wild
Ella Germein meets the dolphins at Tangalooma Island Resort to learn how they are birthed and when it's okay to interact with the mammals.

Ella Germein meets the dolphins at Tangalooma Island Resort to learn how they are birthed and when it's okay to interact with the mammals.

DIY detecting iron in cereal
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DIY detecting iron in cereal

Clip from Scope
Junior scientist Tom demonstrates how to detect the mineral iron in cereal, using a blender and a magnet.

Junior scientist Tom demonstrates how to detect the mineral iron in cereal, using a blender and a magnet.

Hairless sphynx cats
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Hairless sphynx cats

Clip from Totally Wild
Leela Varghese meets Debbie Myers of Decha Cattery and learns about unique characteristics of sphynx cats and how they got to be hairless.

Leela Varghese meets Debbie Myers of Decha Cattery and learns about unique characteristics of sphynx cats and how they got to be hairless.

Giving a horse an ultrasound and X-ray
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Giving a horse an ultrasound and X-ray

Clip from Totally Wild
Frank Low shows Kellyn Morris how vets diagnose health problems with horses using ultrasounds and Xrays.

Frank Low shows Kellyn Morris how vets diagnose health problems with horses using ultrasounds and Xrays.

Taking a gander at geese
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Taking a gander at geese

Clip from Totally Wild
Andre Meyer describes how to care for young geese and tell the difference between males and females, in a report where Ella employs many gooserelated cliches and idioms.

Andre Meyer describes how to care for young geese and tell the difference between males and females, in a report where Ella employs many gooserelated cliches and idioms.

How to saddle up a horse
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How to saddle up a horse

Clip from Totally Wild
Totally Wild learns how to saddle a horse from Jess at the McIntyre Centre riding school.

Totally Wild learns how to saddle a horse from Jess at the McIntyre Centre riding school.

Growing replacement body parts
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Growing replacement body parts

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News learns that scientists are developing ways to grow replacement body parts from human cells, including a new bladder for Luke, a man with spina bifida.

Behind The News learns that scientists are developing ways to grow replacement body parts from human cells, including a new bladder for Luke, a man with spina bifida.

Dinosaurs fossils of Australia
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Dinosaurs fossils of Australia

A palaeontologist tells us all about the different dinosaur fossils unearthed in Australia, from massive predators to cute herbivores.

A palaeontologist tells us all about the different dinosaur fossils unearthed in Australia, from massive predators to cute herbivores.

Protecting and conserving bats
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Protecting and conserving bats

Clip from Totally Wild
Visit the caves of Mt Etna to learn about ghost bats and bent-wing bats and find out what is being done to protect them.

Visit the caves of Mt Etna to learn about ghost bats and bent-wing bats and find out what is being done to protect them.

Funnel-web spider venom treats strokes
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Funnel-web spider venom treats strokes

Clip from Scope
The University of Queensland's Glenn King explains how molecules collected from funnel-web spider venom can be used in drugs to treat strokes in humans.

The University of Queensland's Glenn King explains how molecules collected from funnel-web spider venom can be used in drugs to treat strokes in humans.

Making a storm in a bottle
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Making a storm in a bottle

Clip from Scope
Talia from the Double Helix Science Club shows how to create a storm in a bottle, with soap containing gylcol stearate, demonstrating laminar flow.

Talia from the Double Helix Science Club shows how to create a storm in a bottle, with soap containing gylcol stearate, demonstrating laminar flow.

The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs
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The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs

Clip from Catastrophe
What would it have been like to have witnessed the asteroid impact that wiped out the dinosaurs?

What would it have been like to have witnessed the asteroid impact that wiped out the dinosaurs?

Dinosaurs at the museum
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Dinosaurs at the museum

Clip from Play School
Look through the windows to see the dinosaurs at the museum

Look through the windows to see the dinosaurs at the museum

Space race explained for kids
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Space race explained for kids

Clip from History Hunters
A kid's guide to how the space race unfolded, plus a look at the relative sizes of planets - using fruit!

A kid's guide to how the space race unfolded, plus a look at the relative sizes of planets - using fruit!

Learning the skills of a farrier
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Learning the skills of a farrier

Clip from Totally Wild
Join Duane as he discovers what it takes become a farrier

Join Duane as he discovers what it takes become a farrier

The science of magic
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The science of magic

Clip from Totally Wild
A look at the science behind magic tricks

A look at the science behind magic tricks

Introduction to robotic engineering
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Introduction to robotic engineering

Clip from Scope
Engineers Anna and Wilson demonstrate some of the robots they have built with Robogals, a charity that encourages girls to study engineering.

Engineers Anna and Wilson demonstrate some of the robots they have built with Robogals, a charity that encourages girls to study engineering.

Studying seagrass on the ocean floor
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Studying seagrass on the ocean floor

Clip from Scope
Marine researcher Sheridan Rabbitt reveals the role seagrass plays in an ecosystem, demonstrates how researchers study the health of seagrass beds, and explains why the ...

Marine researcher Sheridan Rabbitt reveals the role seagrass plays in an ecosystem, demonstrates how researchers study the health of seagrass beds, and explains why the underwater meadows are important to humans on land.

Finding parasitoid wasps to fight caterpillars
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Finding parasitoid wasps to fight caterpillars

Clip from Scope
Erinn Fagan-Jeffries explains how she is identifying the kinds of wasps that successfully lay their eggs in caterpillars, which hatch and eat their hosts, to find species to ...

Erinn Fagan-Jeffries explains how she is identifying the kinds of wasps that successfully lay their eggs in caterpillars, which hatch and eat their hosts, to find species to help eradicate crop-destroying pests.

Take the parasite or pal quiz
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Take the parasite or pal quiz

Clip from Scope
Lee Constable hosts a quiz on the biological relationships between an oxpecker eating insects on a zebra, bacteria living in the human digestive tract, and mistletoe growing ...

Lee Constable hosts a quiz on the biological relationships between an oxpecker eating insects on a zebra, bacteria living in the human digestive tract, and mistletoe growing on a gum tree.

A tour of a high school fish farm
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A tour of a high school fish farm

Clip from Scope
Students from Stuart High School give a tour of their school fish farm and explain how they look after the 450 barramundi and Murray cod, all by themselves.

Students from Stuart High School give a tour of their school fish farm and explain how they look after the 450 barramundi and Murray cod, all by themselves.

Different types of dung beetles
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Different types of dung beetles

Clip from Scope
Entomologist Bernard Doube reveals the different types of dung beetles, what their characteristics are and why we should be grateful to these "poo collectors".

Entomologist Bernard Doube reveals the different types of dung beetles, what their characteristics are and why we should be grateful to these "poo collectors".

Making a butterfly feeder
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Making a butterfly feeder

Clip from Scope
Junior scientists Georgia and Mary make a decorative butterfly feeder and explain why it's useful to attract the insects to your garden.

Junior scientists Georgia and Mary make a decorative butterfly feeder and explain why it's useful to attract the insects to your garden.

Bionic body parts
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Bionic body parts

Clip from Behind The News
Bionic technology is focused on making peoples' lives better, and finding new ways to let people disabled people experience the world just like everyone else. Find out how ...

Bionic technology is focused on making peoples' lives better, and finding new ways to let people disabled people experience the world just like everyone else. Find out how much of the human body can now be replaced with bionic parts.

Role of fungi in the ecosystem
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Role of fungi in the ecosystem

Clip from Behind the News
Mycologist Sapphire McMullan-Fisher explains why fungi, including toadstools, mushrooms and truffles, are important to the environment, but warns that they're not all edible.

Mycologist Sapphire McMullan-Fisher explains why fungi, including toadstools, mushrooms and truffles, are important to the environment, but warns that they're not all edible.

Tracking animals in the bush
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Tracking animals in the bush

Clip from Totally Wild
Courtney Wilkie goes tracking animals in the bush with a survival expert and learns how to walk stealthily.

Courtney Wilkie goes tracking animals in the bush with a survival expert and learns how to walk stealthily.

The evolution of baleen whales
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The evolution of baleen whales

Clip from Scope
Palaeontologist David Hocking reveals how 3D printers are helping Museums Victoria researchers understand the evolution of baleen whales.

Palaeontologist David Hocking reveals how 3D printers are helping Museums Victoria researchers understand the evolution of baleen whales.

White rhinos coming to Australia
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White rhinos coming to Australia

Clip from Totally Wild
Scott Bidmead visits Monarto Zoo to learn about the Australian Rhino Project and plans to bring 80 southern white rhinoceroses down under.

Scott Bidmead visits Monarto Zoo to learn about the Australian Rhino Project and plans to bring 80 southern white rhinoceroses down under.

Feeding monitor and perentie lizards
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Feeding monitor and perentie lizards

Clip from Totally Wild
Kellyn Morris visits Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary to see how zookeepers are studying the diets and behaviour of monitor and perentie lizards.

Kellyn Morris visits Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary to see how zookeepers are studying the diets and behaviour of monitor and perentie lizards.

How X-ray machines work
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How X-ray machines work

Clip from Scope
Wesley Medical Imaging radiographer Hannah Milnes explains how Xray machines work, what they're used for and why they can't see through bones.

Wesley Medical Imaging radiographer Hannah Milnes explains how Xray machines work, what they're used for and why they can't see through bones.

Biology is the study of life and how living things work. Find out on how to create models of the human body, measure rainfall and even how to create a herbarum in this playlist.
Wonder how foam, colour or even slime is made? Follow these awesome chemical science DIY projects to find out how things are created.
Physics is the science that explores the laws and forces that govern the Universe. Become a physicists using these experiments and understand how it all works.
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 all about them in this collection.
Explore a range of farm animals and farm produce, and explore ways farm produce is packaged before being moved from the farm to places where the food is sold or made into other products.
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.
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.
Explore the science behind objects and things around us and what material make up their physical properties. Find out how to use your senses to observe and describe the form and function of different objects.
Ever wondered how clocks make sounds or how bumper cars works? Find out the science about how things work through this selective playlist.
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.
Water, weather, and the world play a significant role in our lives. Watch this playlist to find out about the impact on the earth through hands-on scientific exploration and experimentation.
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.
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.
From sharks and sea turtles to octopus and corals, you’re in the right place to take a deep dive into oceans and marine life with this meticulous designed playlist for all the ocean lovers.
Over the last two hundred years many species of plants and animals have become extinct. Find out all about management and conservation measures are taken to save their existence.
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.
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.
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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