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Giraffe calves born at Adelaide zoo
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Giraffe calves born at Adelaide zoo

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Monarto Zoo's Matt Brewer reveals some of the unique characteristics of giraffes, including why their tongues are blue, how their legs are longer than their necks, and ...

Monarto Zoo's Matt Brewer reveals some of the unique characteristics of giraffes, including why their tongues are blue, how their legs are longer than their necks, and introduces the zoo's new calves.

Night parrot spotting
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Night parrot spotting

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The University of Queensland's Nick Leseberg describes some of the unique characteristics of the night parrot, a bird that was once thought to be extinct but was rediscovered ...

The University of Queensland's Nick Leseberg describes some of the unique characteristics of the night parrot, a bird that was once thought to be extinct but was rediscovered in Queensland in 2013.

Secrets of synchronised swimming
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Secrets of synchronised swimming

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Reporter Hayley Wilson meets a synchronised swimming team and learns some of the rules of the sport, sees how their eggbeater swimming technique helps them lift their ...

Reporter Hayley Wilson meets a synchronised swimming team and learns some of the rules of the sport, sees how their eggbeater swimming technique helps them lift their teammates, and learns why they wear make-up under water.

The tapir, capybara and tamarin of South America
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The tapir, capybara and tamarin of South America

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Get to know the tapir, capybara rodent and tamarin monkey, in an introduction to South America's answers to Australia's iconic koala.

Get to know the tapir, capybara rodent and tamarin monkey, in an introduction to South America's answers to Australia's iconic koala.

Citizen scientists
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Citizen scientists

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Meet two of Australia's top citizen scientists, Austin and Griffin. Find out what being a citizen scientist involves and why they enjoy it.

Meet two of Australia's top citizen scientists, Austin and Griffin. Find out what being a citizen scientist involves and why they enjoy it.

Working on a farm
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Working on a farm

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Visit a school where farm duties are all part of a normal school day.

Visit a school where farm duties are all part of a normal school day.

Caring for orphaned koalas
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Caring for orphaned koalas

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Kellyn Morris learns how koala carers rehabilitate orphaned wildlife and learns what to do when you stumble upon an animal in need of help.

Kellyn Morris learns how koala carers rehabilitate orphaned wildlife and learns what to do when you stumble upon an animal in need of help.

Raising camels
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Raising camels

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Visit a camel farm and find out more about these fascinating animals.

Visit a camel farm and find out more about these fascinating animals.

An underground adventure
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An underground adventure

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Head underground to learn about the features of caves and how the spectacular formations are created by nature.

Head underground to learn about the features of caves and how the spectacular formations are created by nature.

Rehabilitating a rare white flying fox
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Rehabilitating a rare white flying fox

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Australian Bat Clinic's Trish Wimberley introduces Kellyn Morris to a rare white flying fox, which is leuscitic rather than albino, with semi-transparent skin revealing the ...

Australian Bat Clinic's Trish Wimberley introduces Kellyn Morris to a rare white flying fox, which is leuscitic rather than albino, with semi-transparent skin revealing the animal's bones and veins.

Designing theatre costumes
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Designing theatre costumes

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Costume designer Belinda Zanello demonstrates how she designs and makes outfits for actors and shares some tips for getting into the industry.

Costume designer Belinda Zanello demonstrates how she designs and makes outfits for actors and shares some tips for getting into the industry.

Learning how to protect sea grass
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Learning how to protect sea grass

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Discover a novel approach to teaching students about protecting sea grasses that support our marine life

Discover a novel approach to teaching students about protecting sea grasses that support our marine life

3D metal printing components
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3D metal printing components

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Martin Jurg demonstrates the use of the world's largest 3D metal printer to make both large and small components, melting powdered metal with lasers to create a solid objects.

Martin Jurg demonstrates the use of the world's largest 3D metal printer to make both large and small components, melting powdered metal with lasers to create a solid objects.

DIY model of the human arm
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DIY model of the human arm

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Junior scientists Shiva and Alex demonstrate how to make a model of a human arm using cardboard tubes, paper clips, rubber bands and balloons, and describe the functions of ...

Junior scientists Shiva and Alex demonstrate how to make a model of a human arm using cardboard tubes, paper clips, rubber bands and balloons, and describe the functions of skeletal muscles and bones.

DIY depth perception skills test
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DIY depth perception skills test

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Junior scientists Jasmine and Holly explain how having two eyes helps with depth perception, and demonstrate an experiment a test to see if covering one eye makes any ...

Junior scientists Jasmine and Holly explain how having two eyes helps with depth perception, and demonstrate an experiment a test to see if covering one eye makes any difference to a person's ability to direct a friend to drop a marble into a cup.

Kids teaching kids
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Kids teaching kids

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A look at an innovative program that has young students learning from their peers

A look at an innovative program that has young students learning from their peers

Adventure caving
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Adventure caving

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Take a brief trip deep underground through some very small spaces on an caving adventure.

Take a brief trip deep underground through some very small spaces on an caving adventure.

Learning to play water polo
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Learning to play water polo

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Dive in and find out the basics of playing water polo with some Australian champions.

Dive in and find out the basics of playing water polo with some Australian champions.

A rising country music star
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A rising country music star

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Meet a young girl who is on the way to becoming a country music star. Find out what inspires her music.

Meet a young girl who is on the way to becoming a country music star. Find out what inspires her music.

Learning the art of hula hooping
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Learning the art of hula hooping

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Join two hula hoop performers and find out how it's done.

Join two hula hoop performers and find out how it's done.

Visiting a Maori marae and hot springs
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Visiting a Maori marae and hot springs

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Kellyn Morris visits a marae in New Zealand/Aotearoa, where she learns traditional Maori greetings and cooking methods, and see the hot springs and geysers.

Kellyn Morris visits a marae in New Zealand/Aotearoa, where she learns traditional Maori greetings and cooking methods, and see the hot springs and geysers.

Why coral and fish love shipwrecks
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Why coral and fish love shipwrecks

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Sunset Safaris' Greg Aldor explains how shipwrecks provide a stable base for coral to grow and for fish to inhabit, and takes Jesse Baird snorkelling to explore the environment.

Sunset Safaris' Greg Aldor explains how shipwrecks provide a stable base for coral to grow and for fish to inhabit, and takes Jesse Baird snorkelling to explore the environment.

Segwaying through the bush
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Segwaying through the bush

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Duane Strauss takes bushwalking to a new level, riding a Segway through Lamington National Park.

Duane Strauss takes bushwalking to a new level, riding a Segway through Lamington National Park.

Animals with horns and antlers
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Animals with horns and antlers

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Natalie Hunter learns about the horns and antlers some animals have, the different species that have them, what they're made of and what they're used for.

Natalie Hunter learns about the horns and antlers some animals have, the different species that have them, what they're made of and what they're used for.

DIY anemometer
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DIY anemometer

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Junior scientist Braeden shows us how to build an anemometer and begin collecting data about the speed and behaviour of wind moving around your house or school. Did you know ...

Junior scientist Braeden shows us how to build an anemometer and begin collecting data about the speed and behaviour of wind moving around your house or school. Did you know anemometer design has stayed relatively the same since its development in the 15th century? To build this weather instrument yourself, you will need four small paper cups, cardboard, scissors, a ruler, a stapler, a thump tack, some modelling clay, a permanent marker and a pencil with an eraser.

DIY animal vocalisation identification
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DIY animal vocalisation identification

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Junior scientist India teaches us about different Australian animal noises. From territorial koalas and chatty dingo packs to the lyrebird's perfect echoes, India demonstrates ...

Junior scientist India teaches us about different Australian animal noises. From territorial koalas and chatty dingo packs to the lyrebird's perfect echoes, India demonstrates how to identify each sound and what they're likely to mean.

DIY super taster test
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DIY super taster test

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Junior scientists Josephine and Philippa demonstrate how to test your friends' fungiform papillae concentration and determine who amongst them is a super taster. Fungiform ...

Junior scientists Josephine and Philippa demonstrate how to test your friends' fungiform papillae concentration and determine who amongst them is a super taster. Fungiform papillae are mushroom-like bumps capped with tastebuds on the tip and sides of our tongues and help distinguish the five tastes: sweet, sour, salty, bitter and umami (savoury). To start testing, you'll need blue food dye, a cotton tip, a bowl, a card with a 7mm hole punched out and a pad for recording results.

DIY colour wheel
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DIY colour wheel

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Join junior scientist Elizabeth as she demonstrates how to make a colour-mixing wheel. To make your own spinning colour illusion, collect some cardboard, scissors, glue, ...

Join junior scientist Elizabeth as she demonstrates how to make a colour-mixing wheel. To make your own spinning colour illusion, collect some cardboard, scissors, glue, string, red, blue and yellow markers and a pen or a computer.

DIY lava lamp
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DIY lava lamp

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Junior scientist Hayley demonstrates how to make a lava lamp using a clear drinking glass, vegetable oil, salt, water and some food colouring. Because salt is denser than both ...

Junior scientist Hayley demonstrates how to make a lava lamp using a clear drinking glass, vegetable oil, salt, water and some food colouring. Because salt is denser than both the oil and water, dropping it into the cup makes the floating oil wrapped around the particles as they make their way to the bottom of the glass. Once at the bottom the salt begins to dissolve, allowing the oil to move back to the top of the water, creating a fun lava-like reaction.

DIY growing lollies using osmosis
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DIY growing lollies using osmosis

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Junior scientist Lilli demonstrates how to grow your gummy lollies using osmosis. To do this experiment at home, you'll need some gummy lollies, three bowls, water, sugar, a ...

Junior scientist Lilli demonstrates how to grow your gummy lollies using osmosis. To do this experiment at home, you'll need some gummy lollies, three bowls, water, sugar, a pen, a rule and some paper for recording your results. Did you know that osmosis is the movement of solvent molecules through a semi-permeable membrane? In this case, osmosis is occurring when the water moves into the body of our gummy lollies.

DIY periscope
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DIY periscope

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Scope's resident scientist, Julia, teaches us about the periscope, how it works and how to make one from readily available materials. To build this stealth observation device, ...

Scope's resident scientist, Julia, teaches us about the periscope, how it works and how to make one from readily available materials. To build this stealth observation device, you'll need two milk cartons, two small mirrors, a marker, a rule, sticky tape and scissors.

The man who inspired Anzac's name
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The man who inspired Anzac's name

Meet Anzac, the great-great grandson of a World War I soldier at Gallipoli, as he tells us about the inspiring man he's named after. The elder Anzac actually lied in order to ...

Meet Anzac, the great-great grandson of a World War I soldier at Gallipoli, as he tells us about the inspiring man he's named after. The elder Anzac actually lied in order to be able to serve in World War I and he was eventually killed fighting for Australia. Now, we celebrate Anzac Day to remember those who died serving their country.

Art and life with June Mills
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Art and life with June Mills

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Learn about the relationship between art and identity from Larrakia (Darwin) elder June Mills. From screen-printing to traditional techniques and materials, June Mills ...

Learn about the relationship between art and identity from Larrakia (Darwin) elder June Mills. From screen-printing to traditional techniques and materials, June Mills explains how every nation has its own stories, designs, and ways of sharing knowledge.

Elizabeth II sets record as longest serving queen
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Elizabeth II sets record as longest serving queen

Queen Elizabeth II recently set a record as the longest serving queen and quite a lot has happened through many years of service. Find out how her power and position has ...

Queen Elizabeth II recently set a record as the longest serving queen and quite a lot has happened through many years of service. Find out how her power and position has changed through the years and the ongoing debate about whether or not she should still be Australia's queen.

Revisiting old gold mines for new precious metals
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Revisiting old gold mines for new precious metals

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Sarah Larsen describes the history of Australia's gold rush in the 19th century, learns why miners sometimes abandon gold mines, and reveals why companies are exploring old ...

Sarah Larsen describes the history of Australia's gold rush in the 19th century, learns why miners sometimes abandon gold mines, and reveals why companies are exploring old mining sites.

Squash
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Squash

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Get up close and personal with some young squash players

Get up close and personal with some young squash players

The physics behind bumper cars
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The physics behind bumper cars

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Take a look at the physics behind how bumper cars work from Chris, the engineering manager at Dreamworld.

Take a look at the physics behind how bumper cars work from Chris, the engineering manager at Dreamworld.

Pattern making with Jye
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Pattern making with Jye

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Have a favourite pair of shorts you just can't throw out? Jye from Get Arty teaches us how to make a pattern out of our prised item and keep them alive forever.

Have a favourite pair of shorts you just can't throw out? Jye from Get Arty teaches us how to make a pattern out of our prised item and keep them alive forever.

Pottery with Hayley West
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Pottery with Hayley West

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Wheel throwing, intimate objects and learning with your hands, hear from ceramic artist Hayley West about the wonderful world of pottery.

Wheel throwing, intimate objects and learning with your hands, hear from ceramic artist Hayley West about the wonderful world of pottery.

DIY hydroponic system
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DIY hydroponic system

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Join junior scientist Ana as she guides us through building a small-scale hydroponic system for growing herbs and salad greens. All you need to follow along is a 2L soda ...

Join junior scientist Ana as she guides us through building a small-scale hydroponic system for growing herbs and salad greens. All you need to follow along is a 2L soda bottle, string, perlite (amorphous volcanic rock), hydroponic fertiliser, the seedling you'd like to grow, and sunlight. Using a hydroponic system substitutes soil for a nutrient-rich water-based solution that allows the plants to photosynthesise efficiently in a compact environment.

DIY rainfall measurement device
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DIY rainfall measurement device

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Junior scientist Caleb shows us how to make a simple device to measure rainfall. You'll need a 2L plastic bottle, modelling clay, a ruler and a maker. Measuring rain helps us ...

Junior scientist Caleb shows us how to make a simple device to measure rainfall. You'll need a 2L plastic bottle, modelling clay, a ruler and a maker. Measuring rain helps us understand seasonal changes, provide better forecasts and study patterns in our weather. The Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) is Australia's national weather, climate and water agency. By measuring rain, the BoM can tell us about rainfall across the country and assist Australians dealing with drought, floods and storms.

DIY constellation geoboard
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DIY constellation geoboard

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Watch as junior scientist Joel teaches us how to explore the stars using a constellation geoboard. To begin your stargazing adventure, you'll need a constellation template, a ...

Watch as junior scientist Joel teaches us how to explore the stars using a constellation geoboard. To begin your stargazing adventure, you'll need a constellation template, a round cork trivet, glue, ball-head pins and a few rubber bands. Only Orion, located on the celestial equator, is visible throughout the world, so when making your own geoboard remember to choose a constellation template that matches your hemisphere.

DIY gravity-defying physics trick
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DIY gravity-defying physics trick

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Junior scientist and physics buff Kristopher demonstrates why two conical funnels roll up hill when placed on fanned rails. To get started, you will need two medium funnels, ...

Junior scientist and physics buff Kristopher demonstrates why two conical funnels roll up hill when placed on fanned rails. To get started, you will need two medium funnels, two rails, duct tape, a box and a few books.

DIY outdoor foam paint
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DIY outdoor foam paint

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Creative junior scientist Kate shows us how to make outdoor foam paint using a simple starch and household polymers. To make your own set of paints, you will need washable ...

Creative junior scientist Kate shows us how to make outdoor foam paint using a simple starch and household polymers. To make your own set of paints, you will need washable school glue, white flour, white shaving foam, food colouring, a large plastic zip bag, sandwich-sized zip bags, and scissors.

DIY sail design tests
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DIY sail design tests

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The students at Westminster Independent School investigate different sail designs to determine the most reliable shapes and materials. Breaking up into three groups, the ...

The students at Westminster Independent School investigate different sail designs to determine the most reliable shapes and materials. Breaking up into three groups, the students begin by testing what shape provides the most propulsive force and then experiment with different materials to find the combination that is the most effective tensile structure. To carry out your own tests, you'll need a 1L milk carton cut in half, scissors, plasticine, straws, and a variety of materials for the sails.

DIY shake table testing
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DIY shake table testing

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Junior scientist Lilli demonstrates how engineers investigate the structural integrity of buildings by using a shake table to test stability (seismic performance) during ...

Junior scientist Lilli demonstrates how engineers investigate the structural integrity of buildings by using a shake table to test stability (seismic performance) during development. To build your own shake table and start testing, you will need a binder, scissors, rubber bands, a pen, bouncing balls and Lego blocks, or similar building materials.

Arty Party: Recycled Rubbish Picture
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Arty Party: Recycled Rubbish Picture

Mister Arty and his resourceful Mini Makers use old paper, card, straws, plastics and rubbish to make their very own recycled works of art.

Mister Arty and his resourceful Mini Makers use old paper, card, straws, plastics and rubbish to make their very own recycled works of art.

When 'sleeping' volcanoes erupt
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When 'sleeping' volcanoes erupt

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After the eruption of dormant volcano Mt Sinabung, Behind The News explains what sleeping volcanoes are, takes a look at Mt Vesuvius, and discusses how difficult it is to ...

After the eruption of dormant volcano Mt Sinabung, Behind The News explains what sleeping volcanoes are, takes a look at Mt Vesuvius, and discusses how difficult it is to predict eruptions.

TEST: Douglas Mawson's Antarctic expedition
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TEST: Douglas Mawson's Antarctic expedition

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Jake Evans explains why Douglas Mawson decided to explore Antarctica, how they set out on the journey, what they did to survive, the struggles the party faced, and the ...

Jake Evans explains why Douglas Mawson decided to explore Antarctica, how they set out on the journey, what they did to survive, the struggles the party faced, and the significance of the expedition.

South Korean gaming tournament
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South Korean gaming tournament

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Behind The News examines the place of gaming culture in South Korea and what it takes to succeed in tournaments.

Behind The News examines the place of gaming culture in South Korea and what it takes to succeed in tournaments.

The Aboriginal-Afghan desert connection
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The Aboriginal-Afghan desert connection

Students at an Islamic school in Melbourne are creating a mosaic for NAIDOC week, telling the story of how Afghan cameleers and Aboriginals traded goods and ideas in the desert.

Students at an Islamic school in Melbourne are creating a mosaic for NAIDOC week, telling the story of how Afghan cameleers and Aboriginals traded goods and ideas in the desert.

Day care for dogs
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Day care for dogs

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Kellyn Morris visits Brisbane's Houndog Day Care and learns how Leah and Angela O'Meara take care of other people's pets.

Kellyn Morris visits Brisbane's Houndog Day Care and learns how Leah and Angela O'Meara take care of other people's pets.

Beginner's guide to geckos
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Beginner's guide to geckos

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Seamus Evans describes the unique characteristics of geckos, including why they lick their eyes and drop their tails.

Seamus Evans describes the unique characteristics of geckos, including why they lick their eyes and drop their tails.

Testing taste sensitivity
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Testing taste sensitivity

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University of Queensland nutritionist Eugeni Roura tests host Rob Bell's taste threshold and explains why taste is important to knowing when you've had enough to eat.

University of Queensland nutritionist Eugeni Roura tests host Rob Bell's taste threshold and explains why taste is important to knowing when you've had enough to eat.

Sculpture unites Yalata and Nagasaki
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Sculpture unites Yalata and Nagasaki

Nuclear weapons have devastated the people of Maralinga and Nagasaki in different ways, but that common experience led the people of Yalata to donate a gift of peace.

Nuclear weapons have devastated the people of Maralinga and Nagasaki in different ways, but that common experience led the people of Yalata to donate a gift of peace.

Lonely capuchin gets new monkey pals
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Lonely capuchin gets new monkey pals

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Stacey Thomson visits Queensland Zoo to see how a capuchin monkey that had lost its mate adapts to new monkeys in its enclosure.

Stacey Thomson visits Queensland Zoo to see how a capuchin monkey that had lost its mate adapts to new monkeys in its enclosure.

Working in a trampoline park
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Working in a trampoline park

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Kim McInnes reveals her dream job involves playing on trampolines all day and helping others to play safely.

Kim McInnes reveals her dream job involves playing on trampolines all day and helping others to play safely.

Designing a wombat enclosure
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Designing a wombat enclosure

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Ella Germein meets Bella the common wombat at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and learns how the zoo built an enclosure for her.

Ella Germein meets Bella the common wombat at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and learns how the zoo built an enclosure for her.

Making your home koala-friendly
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Making your home koala-friendly

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Duane Strauss gets advice from the Daisy Hill Koala Centre about how to make your home safer for koalas when you're sharing your environment with them.

Duane Strauss gets advice from the Daisy Hill Koala Centre about how to make your home safer for koalas when you're sharing your environment with them.

Windamere Horse Haven animal shelter
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Windamere Horse Haven animal shelter

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Scott Bidmead visits Windamere Horse Haven to see the good work they're doing to rehabilitate neglected and abused horses.

Scott Bidmead visits Windamere Horse Haven to see the good work they're doing to rehabilitate neglected and abused horses.

DIY model lungs with diaphragm
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DIY model lungs with diaphragm

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Junior scientist Phoebe makes a model lung with balloons and a bottle, with emphasis on how the diaphragm works.

Junior scientist Phoebe makes a model lung with balloons and a bottle, with emphasis on how the diaphragm works.

Dancing penguins inspire environmentalism
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Dancing penguins inspire environmentalism

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When humans arrive in Emperor Land in a helicopter, Mumble leads the penguins in a dance in an attempt to communicate, video of which goes viral, encouraging humans to protect ...

When humans arrive in Emperor Land in a helicopter, Mumble leads the penguins in a dance in an attempt to communicate, video of which goes viral, encouraging humans to protect the environment.

The Ancient Egyptian number system
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The Ancient Egyptian number system

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Numbers Count reveals how Ancient Egyptians used strokes to write down numbers less than 10 and then used different symbols for higher numbers.

Numbers Count reveals how Ancient Egyptians used strokes to write down numbers less than 10 and then used different symbols for higher numbers.

Life on Christmas Island for residents
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Life on Christmas Island for residents

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Rookie reporter Dewi shares the other side of Christmas Island, revealing there's more to life there than just the detention centre.

Rookie reporter Dewi shares the other side of Christmas Island, revealing there's more to life there than just the detention centre.

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