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Living on Christmas Island
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Living on Christmas Island

Christmas Island is best known for the detention centre that's found there, but there are lots of other people that choose to call it home. It's a diverse mix of families that ...

Christmas Island is best known for the detention centre that's found there, but there are lots of other people that choose to call it home. It's a diverse mix of families that have integrated some different aspects of their culture into daily life. Find out what life is like on a part of Australia you may not be all that familiar with.

Elephant poaching
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Elephant poaching

BTN investigates the issue of elephant poaching and measures that are being taken to stop it and protect the elephant population of South Africa.

BTN investigates the issue of elephant poaching and measures that are being taken to stop it and protect the elephant population of South Africa.

Different types of bullying
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Different types of bullying

Primary age kids tell their own stories of being bullied, whether it was because they were the new kid at school or just because they look different. Animated drawings ...

Primary age kids tell their own stories of being bullied, whether it was because they were the new kid at school or just because they look different. Animated drawings accompany the stories.

Resilience and dealing with pressure
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Resilience and dealing with pressure

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News meets school children to learn their tips for dealing with the stress of modern life.

Behind The News meets school children to learn their tips for dealing with the stress of modern life.

A modular multi-purpose robot
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A modular multi-purpose robot

Clip from Scope
The University of South Australia's Daniel Griffiths reveals a multipurpose robot with modules, which can be used by students to perform different tasks and experiments.

The University of South Australia's Daniel Griffiths reveals a multipurpose robot with modules, which can be used by students to perform different tasks and experiments.

Superbugs and antibiotic resistance
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Superbugs and antibiotic resistance

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News reveals the World Health Organization's concerns about the overuse of antibiotics and why superbugs are developing.

Behind The News reveals the World Health Organization's concerns about the overuse of antibiotics and why superbugs are developing.

A re-enactment of travelling on the First Fleet
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A re-enactment of travelling on the First Fleet

Clip from Behind the News
Behind The News goes back in time to 1788, to tell the story of some kids who came to Australia on the First Fleet.

Behind The News goes back in time to 1788, to tell the story of some kids who came to Australia on the First Fleet.

Farming cobia fish
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Farming cobia fish

Clip from Scope
A look a Bribie Island's cobia fish breeding program.

A look a Bribie Island's cobia fish breeding program.

AUSLAN in schools
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AUSLAN in schools

Behind The News visits a school where AUSLAN is taught to both Deaf and hearing students.

Behind The News visits a school where AUSLAN is taught to both Deaf and hearing students.

A refugee's journey from Sudan to Australia
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A refugee's journey from Sudan to Australia

Clip from Behind the News
Behind The News learns the journey Johnson MakerAdeng made to escape wartorn Sudan and make a new life for himself in Australia, via a 12year stay in a Kenyan refugee camp.

Behind The News learns the journey Johnson MakerAdeng made to escape wartorn Sudan and make a new life for himself in Australia, via a 12year stay in a Kenyan refugee camp.

The banning of solariums
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The banning of solariums

Clip from Behind the News
Behind The News investigates how tanning beds work and why they've been banned in many places in Australia, while students discuss body image.

Behind The News investigates how tanning beds work and why they've been banned in many places in Australia, while students discuss body image.

Orphan Afghani refugee in Australia
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Orphan Afghani refugee in Australia

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News meets a teenage orphan who fled Afghanistan as a 14yearold to make a new life for himself in Australia.

Behind The News meets a teenage orphan who fled Afghanistan as a 14yearold to make a new life for himself in Australia.

Bollywood dancing
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Bollywood dancing

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News shows how dance is used in Indian films, meets children learning Indian dance styles, and compares the Bollywood and Hollywood movie industries.

Behind The News shows how dance is used in Indian films, meets children learning Indian dance styles, and compares the Bollywood and Hollywood movie industries.

Repairing bones with glue
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Repairing bones with glue

Clip from Scope
CSIRO scientist Roshan Mayadunne reveals a glue that could be used to repair broken bones, if approved for use on humans.

CSIRO scientist Roshan Mayadunne reveals a glue that could be used to repair broken bones, if approved for use on humans.

Making chicken bones rubbery
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Making chicken bones rubbery

Clip from Scope
Science club member Nikita demonstrates how chicken bones can be made rubbery using vinegar to dissolve the calcium.

Science club member Nikita demonstrates how chicken bones can be made rubbery using vinegar to dissolve the calcium.

Calls to ban live cattle exports
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Calls to ban live cattle exports

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News reviews Australia's live cattle export industry, explains why there is demand for live animals, and discusses how an investigation into animal cruelty has led ...

Behind The News reviews Australia's live cattle export industry, explains why there is demand for live animals, and discusses how an investigation into animal cruelty has led to calls to ban the trade.

Visiting a recycling plant and reducing waste
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Visiting a recycling plant and reducing waste

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News reveals how recyclable materials are sorted and processed at a recycling plant, and visits a school where Keep South Australia Beautiful (KESAB) teaches ...

Behind The News reveals how recyclable materials are sorted and processed at a recycling plant, and visits a school where Keep South Australia Beautiful (KESAB) teaches students how to reduce the amount of waste they create.

Biodiversity Year
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Biodiversity Year

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News explains what biodiversity and why it is important, and visits the South Australian Museum's biodiversity exhibit.

Behind The News explains what biodiversity and why it is important, and visits the South Australian Museum's biodiversity exhibit.

Meat' made in a lab
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Meat' made in a lab

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News reports on attempts by scientists to produce artificial meat in their laboratories, amid ethical and environmental concerns.

Behind The News reports on attempts by scientists to produce artificial meat in their laboratories, amid ethical and environmental concerns.

When friends grow apart
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When friends grow apart

Dance Academy actress Dena Kaplan tells Kayne Tremills the story of how she and her friends grew apart at high school.

Dance Academy actress Dena Kaplan tells Kayne Tremills the story of how she and her friends grew apart at high school.

Rapunzel reunites with her parents
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Rapunzel reunites with her parents

Clip from Tangled
Rapunzel is reunited with her parents, the king and queen, after their long search.

Rapunzel is reunited with her parents, the king and queen, after their long search.

Gru and the girls become a family
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Gru and the girls become a family

Clip from Despicable Me
The girls perform a ballet for Gru, his mother and the Minions, as they all settle into a happy home life, and Gru's mother reveals her pride in her son and his parenting skills.

The girls perform a ballet for Gru, his mother and the Minions, as they all settle into a happy home life, and Gru's mother reveals her pride in her son and his parenting skills.

DIY backyard biodiversity study
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DIY backyard biodiversity study

Clip from Scope
Junior scientist India demonstrates how to study the biodiversity of your backyard, using a camera, magnifying glass and a piece of string.

Junior scientist India demonstrates how to study the biodiversity of your backyard, using a camera, magnifying glass and a piece of string.

Creating portraits from found objects
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Creating portraits from found objects

Clip from Totally Rubbish
Meet an artist who creates portraits from found objects including plastic toys.

Meet an artist who creates portraits from found objects including plastic toys.

Meat' made in a lab
3:09

Meat' made in a lab

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News reports on attempts by scientists to produce artificial meat in their laboratories, amid ethical and environmental concerns.

Behind The News reports on attempts by scientists to produce artificial meat in their laboratories, amid ethical and environmental concerns.

Racing classic cars
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Racing classic cars

Clip from Totally Wild
Courtney Wilkie dashes around the Wakefield Park track with Golden Era Auto Racing, after learning what classic car enthusiasts love about their vintage vehicles.

Courtney Wilkie dashes around the Wakefield Park track with Golden Era Auto Racing, after learning what classic car enthusiasts love about their vintage vehicles.

Aussie rules coaching clinic
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Aussie rules coaching clinic

Clip from Totally Wild
Talented young Aussie rules football players at Glenelg Football Club put Seamus Evans through the training drills they do in their coaching clinic.

Talented young Aussie rules football players at Glenelg Football Club put Seamus Evans through the training drills they do in their coaching clinic.

horseriding with disabled kids
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horseriding with disabled kids

Clip from Totally Wild
Duane Strauss meets the trainers and parents of disabled children riding horses at the McIntyre Centre riding school, and learns how horse therapy improves their lives.

Duane Strauss meets the trainers and parents of disabled children riding horses at the McIntyre Centre riding school, and learns how horse therapy improves their lives.

Environmental school
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Environmental school

Clip from Totally Wild
Emma Ralph goes back to school to see how students at Marden Senior College are learning about the environment and how to care for it.

Emma Ralph goes back to school to see how students at Marden Senior College are learning about the environment and how to care for it.

The dirty job of the cleaner wrasse
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The dirty job of the cleaner wrasse

Clip from Totally Wild
Natalie Hunter meets the fish with the dirtiest jobs in the ocean: cleaner wrasse that feed on the parasites and dead tissue of larger marine animals.

Natalie Hunter meets the fish with the dirtiest jobs in the ocean: cleaner wrasse that feed on the parasites and dead tissue of larger marine animals.

How to play mixed touch football
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How to play mixed touch football

Clip from Totally Wild
Boys and girls demonstrate how mixed touch football is played and how the rules are different to other codes of football.

Boys and girls demonstrate how mixed touch football is played and how the rules are different to other codes of football.

Save the Bilby Fund's breeding program
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Save the Bilby Fund's breeding program

Clip from Totally Wild
Totally Wild meets the team behind the Save the Bilby Fund to learn about their campaign to save the endangered marsupials.

Totally Wild meets the team behind the Save the Bilby Fund to learn about their campaign to save the endangered marsupials.

Studying brainwaves with EEG and TMS
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Studying brainwaves with EEG and TMS

Clip from Scope
Monash University's Beth Johnson and Nigel Rogasch explain how EEG and TMS machines are used to study brainwaves to better understand and treat brains.

Monash University's Beth Johnson and Nigel Rogasch explain how EEG and TMS machines are used to study brainwaves to better understand and treat brains.

Gru helps Agnes researse and consoles her
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Gru helps Agnes researse and consoles her

Clip from Despicable Me 2
Gru rushes through putting the girls to bed, reluctantly keeps his promise to help Agnes rehearse for a Mother's Day show, and encourages her when she becomes despondent about ...

Gru rushes through putting the girls to bed, reluctantly keeps his promise to help Agnes rehearse for a Mother's Day show, and encourages her when she becomes despondent about not having a mum.

Sulley and Mike reconcile
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Sulley and Mike reconcile

Sully admits to Mike he's frightened and sympathises with him over his lack of scariness.

Sully admits to Mike he's frightened and sympathises with him over his lack of scariness.

Mumble fights for his fish
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Mumble fights for his fish

Clip from Happy Feet
Mumble chases after a much bigger bird that had swooped down and stolen the fish he had tried so had to catch for Gloria, and he is swept up into the sky and then dropped.

Mumble chases after a much bigger bird that had swooped down and stolen the fish he had tried so had to catch for Gloria, and he is swept up into the sky and then dropped.

Honey's journey from bee to jar
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Honey's journey from bee to jar

Clip from Scope
Buzz Honey's Jude Crowe demonstrates how bees make honey, and then how it is extracted, processed and bottled.

Buzz Honey's Jude Crowe demonstrates how bees make honey, and then how it is extracted, processed and bottled.

Aboriginal inequality and 'Closing the Gap'
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Aboriginal inequality and 'Closing the Gap'

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News explains how and why the Closing the Gap campaign is attempting to improve the health of Indigenous Australians, and reduce other forms of inequality.

Behind The News explains how and why the Closing the Gap campaign is attempting to improve the health of Indigenous Australians, and reduce other forms of inequality.

How has Australia's population grown?
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How has Australia's population grown?

Clip from Behind The News
Find out how Australia's population has grown in the past and how big it might get in the future.

Find out how Australia's population has grown in the past and how big it might get in the future.

Mumble meets hostile skua birds
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Mumble meets hostile skua birds

Clip from Happy Feet
Skua birds teach Mumble all about his place on the food chain when they threaten to eat him for lunch, and Boss Skua reveals he'd been abducted by aliens who only released him ...

Skua birds teach Mumble all about his place on the food chain when they threaten to eat him for lunch, and Boss Skua reveals he'd been abducted by aliens who only released him after applying a yellow band around his leg.

Mumble dances to Gloria's song
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Mumble dances to Gloria's song

Clip from Happy Feet
Gloria, who has previously struggled to find someone to mate with through her heartsong, is captivated by Mumbles tap dancing.

Gloria, who has previously struggled to find someone to mate with through her heartsong, is captivated by Mumbles tap dancing.

Rapunzel's first time outside the tower
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Rapunzel's first time outside the tower

Clip from Tangled
While Rapunzel is excited about venturing out of the castle for the first time, she feels ashamed of herself for disobeying her mother.

While Rapunzel is excited about venturing out of the castle for the first time, she feels ashamed of herself for disobeying her mother.

Flying foxes adapting to climate change
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Flying foxes adapting to climate change

Clip from Scope
Ecologist Nick Williams explains how climate change and the urban heat island effect have attracted flying foxes to Melbourne.

Ecologist Nick Williams explains how climate change and the urban heat island effect have attracted flying foxes to Melbourne.

Carl sets course for Paradise Falls
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Carl sets course for Paradise Falls

Clip from Up!
Carl uses thousands of balloons to fly his house to Paradise Falls, on a journey that pays tribute to his late wife who longed to see them.

Carl uses thousands of balloons to fly his house to Paradise Falls, on a journey that pays tribute to his late wife who longed to see them.

Refugee Afghan child in Australia
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Refugee Afghan child in Australia

Behind The News meets a young Afghan refugee who travelled to Australia to make a safer, better life for himself.

Behind The News meets a young Afghan refugee who travelled to Australia to make a safer, better life for himself.

How earthquakes are monitored
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How earthquakes are monitored

Clip from Scope
University of Adelaide geophysicist Sandy Steacy explains what causes earthquakes, and how seismometers and seismographs measure P waves, S waves and aftershocks.

University of Adelaide geophysicist Sandy Steacy explains what causes earthquakes, and how seismometers and seismographs measure P waves, S waves and aftershocks.

The 1965 Freedom Ride
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The 1965 Freedom Ride

Clip from Behind The News
As some of the people who took part of the Freedom Ride recreate the 1965 journey through NSW, Behind The News explains the significance of the Charles Perkinsled campaign.

As some of the people who took part of the Freedom Ride recreate the 1965 journey through NSW, Behind The News explains the significance of the Charles Perkinsled campaign.

How TV cameras record the news
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How TV cameras record the news

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News visits a TV studio to see how cameras are used to record the news, and compares modern technology to cameras used in the past.

Behind The News visits a TV studio to see how cameras are used to record the news, and compares modern technology to cameras used in the past.

Racing Formula Fords
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Racing Formula Fords

Clip from Behind the News
Behind The News meets young Australian Formula Ford driver Cameron Waters to learn more about the motor racing sport, and compares it to Formula 1.

Behind The News meets young Australian Formula Ford driver Cameron Waters to learn more about the motor racing sport, and compares it to Formula 1.

How palaeontologists study dinosaurs
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How palaeontologists study dinosaurs

Clip from Scope
Museum Victoria palaeontologist Tim Holland describes some of the characteristics of dinosaurs using animatronic reptiles, and explains how scientists study fossils to ...

Museum Victoria palaeontologist Tim Holland describes some of the characteristics of dinosaurs using animatronic reptiles, and explains how scientists study fossils to understand the animals, such as Tyrannosaurus rex.

Great Barrier Reef and coral bleaching
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Great Barrier Reef and coral bleaching

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News explains how and why coral bleaching affects the Great Barrier Reef.

Behind The News explains how and why coral bleaching affects the Great Barrier Reef.

Making a battery using fruit
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Making a battery using fruit

Clip from Scope
Junior scientists Lucy and Brittany demonstrate how to make a battery out of a piece of fruit, and explain the chemical processes that create the energy.

Junior scientists Lucy and Brittany demonstrate how to make a battery out of a piece of fruit, and explain the chemical processes that create the energy.

Health risks of obesity
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Health risks of obesity

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News investigates what the dangers are of eating too much junk food, including the risk of disease that follows weight gain.

Behind The News investigates what the dangers are of eating too much junk food, including the risk of disease that follows weight gain.

Emotions and memories inside Riley's head
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Emotions and memories inside Riley's head

Clip from Inside Out
In the opening scenes from Inside Out, Riley's emotions are personified in the characters Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness, and a model of how memories are formed illustrated.

In the opening scenes from Inside Out, Riley's emotions are personified in the characters Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness, and a model of how memories are formed illustrated.

The history of our currency
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The history of our currency

Clip from Behind The News
Take a look back at the introduction of our dollars and cents. Why were they introduced And what did people use for currency before that

Take a look back at the introduction of our dollars and cents. Why were they introduced And what did people use for currency before that

Caring for injured and orphaned wombats
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Caring for injured and orphaned wombats

Clip from Behind The News
Behind The News talks with a young girl who looks after injured and orphaned wombats.

Behind The News talks with a young girl who looks after injured and orphaned wombats.

Making honeycomb toffee
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Making honeycomb toffee

Clip from Scope
Chef Laura Cassai demonstrates how to make honeycomb toffee using bicarbonate of soda, explains how it forms, and then adds chocolate.

Chef Laura Cassai demonstrates how to make honeycomb toffee using bicarbonate of soda, explains how it forms, and then adds chocolate.

Programming a robot on a space station
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Programming a robot on a space station

Clip from Behind the News
A team of Aussie school kids took part in a competition to program a robot to do some complex manoeuvres in zero gravity on the International Space Station.

A team of Aussie school kids took part in a competition to program a robot to do some complex manoeuvres in zero gravity on the International Space Station.

A machine to detect no balls in cricket
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A machine to detect no balls in cricket

Clip from Scope
Sam James from the Queensland University of Technology and Troy Cooley from the National Cricket Centre have collaborated to develop a device to detect no balls in cricket!

Sam James from the Queensland University of Technology and Troy Cooley from the National Cricket Centre have collaborated to develop a device to detect no balls in cricket!

Horton first hears the Whos
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Horton first hears the Whos

When Horton hears the voice on the dust speak, he reasons that there must exist a person. The other animals don't believe him.

When Horton hears the voice on the dust speak, he reasons that there must exist a person. The other animals don't believe him.

Angie helps Oscar
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Angie helps Oscar

Clip from Shark Tale
Tonguescrubber Oscar aspires to greater things while Angie gives him a chance to pay back a loan by pawning a pearl she received from her grandmother.

Tonguescrubber Oscar aspires to greater things while Angie gives him a chance to pay back a loan by pawning a pearl she received from her grandmother.

The basics of break dance
4:06

The basics of break dance

Clip from Totally Wild
Seamus Evans visits a dance studio to learn the basics of 'breaking'.

Seamus Evans visits a dance studio to learn the basics of 'breaking'.

Making a can telephone
2:03

Making a can telephone

Clip from Scope
Jules makes a can telephone and a hydrophone and explains how they work.

Jules makes a can telephone and a hydrophone and explains how they work.

A tour around a wildlife park
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A tour around a wildlife park

Clip from Totally Wild
Join Natalie and some students on a tour around a wildlife park with native Australian animals and find out about their habitat and what they like to eat.

Join Natalie and some students on a tour around a wildlife park with native Australian animals and find out about their habitat and what they like to eat.

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