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!
- Watch: The leopard raised in a bathroom
- A baby leopard called Nimbus has been raised by a family in their bathroom.
- Pictures: Behind the scenes with Nimbus
- Take a sneak peak behind the scenes when Martin met Nimbus, the clouded leopard.
- VIDEO: Hawk attacks drone in the sky
- A drone camera is brought down from the air by a red-tailed hawk who wasn't happy about it flying in its air space.
- Police capture inflatable crocodile
- Police called to a report of a suspected escaped crocodile in a Plymouth garden discover it is an inflatable toy.
- Mussels kill off UK native species
- An invasive army of damaging mussels and shrimps are muscling into the UK - killing off native species. They breed so fast they can clog water pipes.
- VIDEO: Cats - 3 things you might not know!
- Are cats more selfish than dogs? Do cats have friends? And should you ever look a cat in the eye? BBC Cat Watch presenter Liz Bonnin gives us the answers...
- VIDEO: Hairy pigs to help restore land
- Conservationists have revealed the latest weapon in their fight to preserve and restore threatened heath land in Dorset...hairy pigs!
- VIDEO: Horse walks into a police station
- A horse has been captured on CCTV walking into a police station in Winsford, Cheshire.
- VIDEO: Kangaroo fight caught on camera
- Watch this amazing video of two kangaroos having a fight on a street in Australia.
- VIDEO: Tortoises born in Lake District
- Four baby tortoises have been born at the Lake District wildlife park in Cumbria for the first time.
- Woman finds three-inch leech in nose
- A backpacker finds a leech which had been living in her nose for a month after returning from a trip to South East Asia.
- VIDEO: Chocolate coated insects dipped in fountain
- A museum in America invites visitors to try an unusual chocolate fountain!
- Robot learns how snakes climb dunes
- US researchers discover how sidewinder snakes climb sand dunes by copying the moves with a robot.
- Horses used as lawnmowers
- A nature reserve brings in a group of wild horses to eat the tall plants.
- VIDEO: Jenny meets Blue Peter guide dog
- Jenny meets Iggy the labrador, her guide walker and Blue Peter presenter Lindsay to find out more about the challenges of training a guide dog.
- VIDEO: Record numbers of geese land
- Forty five thousand pink-footed geese have stopped off at wetlands in north west England during their migration from Iceland.
- German farmer puts nappies on cows
- A German farmer is protesting against a new EU rule by putting home-made nappies on his cows.
- VIDEO: 'It's a great time for spiders'
- Experts say that this autumn, spiders in our houses will be even bigger than usual, because the recent mild weather has meant there are more insects for them to eat.
- VIDEO: Bat dive bombs US news channel
- Presenters at a US TV station had a shock on Wednesday morning when a bat started flying around their studio.
- Watch Newsround
- Watch the latest update from Newsround, CBBC's news programme for children.
- VIDEO: Keepers surprised by baby meerkat
- Animal keepers at a rescue centre in Penrith, Cumbria, have been enjoying an unexpected arrival - a baby meerkat.
- VIDEO: Shark attacks underwater camera
- A drone captures the first-ever close-up of a Great White shark's lethal bite.
- VIDEO: Fears for endangered Natterjack toad
- Scientists in Scotland are worried about the falling number of Natterjack toads.
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