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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!
- Pictures: The wild animals on the rise
- Numbers of some wild animals like brown bears, wolves, lynx and wolverine are on the increase in mainland Europe according to a new study.
- VIDEO: Cute cheetah cubs settling in well
- Four super-cute cheetah cubs are healthy and settling in well at a zoo in the Czech Republic according to their keepers.
- VIDEO: Butterfly millions arrive in Mexico
- Mexico has welcomed some guests just in time for Christmas - millions of monarch butterflies.
- VIDEO: New record for world's deepest fish
- Fish have been filmed more than 8,000 metres down in the Mariana Trench - the deepest place on Earth.
- VIDEO: Panda enjoys Christmas cake
- Panda Tian Tian enjoys Christmas cake at Edinburgh Zoo. It was baked using recipe from China and adds vital nutrients to the giant panda's natural diet.
- Fears for northern white rhino
- There are fears for the future of the northern white rhino, which could soon become extinct. There are only five in captivity.
- VIDEO: The cheetah and dog who are best friends
- A cheetah cub called Ruuxa and puppy named Raina have been raised together as friends at a zoo in America.
- VIDEO: Super survival turtle back in wild
- A green sea turtle is back in the wild after surviving being hit by a boat, a crocodile attack, and more than a year in hospital.
- VIDEO: Golfer chased by a charging baboon
- Watch golfer, Luke Donald dodging a charging baboon during the Nedbank Challenge in South Africa.
- VIDEO: King penguins flock to the beach
- Thousands of king penguins have gathered on an island near Antarctica to raise their babies.
- VIDEO: Giant salamander arrives at UK zoo
- A Chinese giant salamander called Professor Wu has arrived in the UK at ZSL London Zoo.
- VIDEO: Rhino deaths hit record high
- Rhino deaths due to poaching hit a record high in South Africa.
- VIDEO: Tiger makes epic journey to new home
- A tiger has found a new home thanks to a British animal lover who raised thousands of pounds to rehome him.
- VIDEO: Bangladesh oil spill threatens wildlife
- Efforts are under way to clean up an oil slick threatening part of the world's largest mangrove forest in Bangladesh.
- Giant African Snail stopped at airport
- A huge snail the size of a human hand has been stopped from entering New Zealand by border officials, who say it could have caused huge environmental damage.
- 'Spiny balloon' fossil 500m years old
- A new fossil discovery, which is thought to be 500 million-years-old, sheds light on what life on Earth was like more than half a billion years ago.
- VIDEO: Spider monkey gets a new family
- Chantico the spider monkey had a pretty bad start in life, but now things are looking up for her. She's been given a new family - Ayshah went to meet her.
- VIDEO: Prince William in wildlife warning
- The Duke of Cambridge has made a speech in America, warning about the effect illegal poaching is having on elephants and rhinos.
- VIDEO: African penguins close to extinction
- They're a favourite attraction at any zoo, but in the wild, African penguins are at risk of extinction. But a project, led by Bristol Zoo, are hoping to change things.
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- Watch the latest update from Newsround, CBBC's news programme for children.
- 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.
- VIDEO: Watch: Robo-penguin helps bird research
- A remote-controlled vehicle disguised as a penguin helps researchers study shy emperor penguins up close.
- 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.
- Watch: The leopard raised in a bathroom
- A baby leopard called Nimbus has been raised by a family in their bathroom.
- 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...
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