Science, Technology, and Nature Headlines for Kids
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Science & Technology
- Newsround's new RSS feeds - update your feeds
- Newsround's RSS feeds have changed, so you'll need to update your feed reader to keep up to date!
- Horse who fell down a well and lived
- Fire-fighters in Leicestershire had a bit of a shock when they were called out to rescue a horse, who had fallen into a well.
- Beavers back in the wild in England
- The first beavers found living in the wild in England for 500 years will be allowed to stay where they are.
- VIDEO: Baby rhino takes first steps
- A baby rhino born at a zoo in Copenhagen in Denmark takes its first steps.
- VIDEO: Badger first for nature reserve
- Badgers are filmed at a Nottinghamshire nature reserve for the first time.
- VIDEO: Super geese flying higher than Himalayas
- A group of bar-headed geese has been tracked by scientists to see just how they can fly so high.
- VIDEO: More dogs and cats left at rescue homes
- The RSPCA says more dogs and cats are dumped at rescue homes after Christmas.
- VIDEO: Scientists prepare for sub-Antarctic rat cull
- British scientists are preparing for the world's biggest rat cull on the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia.
- VIDEO: Big plan to remove rats from South Georgia
- The final part of a massive five year mission to remove rats from the island of South Georgia began on Saturday.
- VIDEO: Sewing fans helping injured animals
- Wildlife sanctuaries across southern Australia have been helping injured animals - by asking the public to sew mittens and pouches!
- Comments: What can you see in your garden?
- An annual campaign to count the number of birds around the country take places this weekend.
- VIDEO: Tagged jellyfish reveal swimming secrets
- Jellyfish tagging study reveals the creatures' ability to swim against the current, researchers say.
- VIDEO: International search for Wally the swan
- A swan nicknamed Wally went missing when flying back from Iceland. His disappearance sparked an international search.
- VIDEO: Divers covered in whale 'poonado'
- Divers trying to take a photograph of a sperm whale got more than they bargained for when they got up close to the giant mammal.
- VIDEO: Rare Sumatran tiger triplets born
- Three Sumatran tiger cubs have been born at Chester Zoo.
- VIDEO: Rhinos on the run from Israel zoo
- Three rhinos escaped from Israel's safari zoo after one of the security guards fell asleep by an open side gate.
- VIDEO: Seals' night 'secrets' revealed
- Thermal imaging filming techniques by BBC Winterwatch have revealed the nocturnal behaviour of England's largest seal colony.
- VIDEO: Speedy hippo chases tour boat
- A safari tour guide in Zambia had a big surprise when travelling on his boat after a huge hippo started to chase it at high speed!
- VIDEO: 'Miracle' South Africa rhino birth
- A white rhino that survived a vicious poaching attack in 2012 has given birth to a calf at the Kariega Game Reserve near Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
- Big increase in India's tigers
- There are 30% more tigers in India than four years ago, which officials say is a "huge success story" for conservation.
- VIDEO: Escaped emu runs down Israel road
- Motorists in a town in Israel were surprised to be sharing the road with an escaped emu out for a jog!
- Weird ancient shark is 'living fossil'
- An ancient species of shark, often called a 'living fossil', was hauled up in a fisherman's net in Australia.
- Watch Newsround
- Watch the latest update from Newsround, CBBC's news programme for children.
- VIDEO: 'Dead' seagull's amazing recovery
- A seagull, knocked out by a cricket ball, made a miraculous recovery and invaded the pitch at the Big Bash Twenty20 cricket match in Melbourne, Australia.
- Watch: Do your pets have a secret life?
- Ever wondered whether your pets lead a secret double life while you are away? A new BBC show uses exciting new camera techniques to find out...
- VIDEO: The man taking selfies with sharks
- Newsround chats to adventurer Aaron Gekoski who has been taking selfies whilst swimming with sharks!
- Why do starlings 'dance' in the sky?
- Martin goes starling watching in Brighton to find out why the birds fly together and create mesmerising patterns called 'murmurations' in the sky.
- Pictures: Underwater photo competition winners
- Have a look at these stunning pictures, winners and runners-up in a competition by the British Society of Underwater Photographers.
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