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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!
- 'Miraculous' discovery of rare tigers in eastern Thailand
- Hidden cameras caught incredible images of the critically-endangered Indochinese tigers in eastern Thailand.
- Pictures: The world's best animal photographs
- Winners of the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards have been announced! Check out some of the stunning photos from the finalists.
- The kids helping Scotland's coastal wildlife
- Edinburgh school pupils have been telling Newsround what they've been doing to help preserve wildlife by the sea.
- Mooove out the way!
- Watch a policeman in Texas, America, have a narrow escape from a cow on the run!
- How the Kea bird is making everyone giggle
- Scientists have discovered that the Kea bird from New Zealand has an infectious giggle.
- People are able to keep track of how fit their pets are
- Fitness tracking technology is no longer just for human, pets can now use it too
- Tiny shrimp fossil named after David Attenborough
- Take a look at this amazing 430 million-year-old fossil which has been named after the famous nature documentary maker Sir David Attenborough
- National Whale and Dolphin watch breaks records
- At least three humpback whales, a sperm whale, striped dolphins, and a group of 500 common dolphins were among 1424 sightings in the UK in the 2016 watch!
- Cody Gribble pushes alligator off golf course
- What do you do when you come across an alligator on a golf course? Ask pro golfer Cody Gribble...
- Baby hippo makes first appearance at zoo in Australia
- Here at Newsround we love animals, big or small and we know you do too!
- Hungry spiders eat up to 800m tonnes of insects a year!
- Spiders may be quite small but they are big eaters! A new study has found the world’s spiders eat millions of tonnes of insects every year.
- Millions more Adélie penguins than scientists thought
- A team of researchers counting Adélie penguins in East Antarctica realised they may have missed out quite a few, there's 3.6 million more than they thought!
- Labrador dogs help interview new vets
- Edinburgh Napier University called in the experts to sniff out the best new student vets.
- Bumblebees' smelly feet trick
- Scientists from the University of Bristol say that they've discovered a clever trick that bumblebees use to help each other find the best food.
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- Pictures: Creatures named after Sir David Attenborough
- As a tiny 430 million-year-old shrimp-like fossil becomes the latest creature to join the Attenborough-gang, here's a look at just some of the creatures who have taken Attenborough's name...
- Pictures: Seven adventurous animals
- This week, a meat-eating praying mantis was found in a shipping container giving people a bit of a surprise. So let's have a look back at Newsround's top adventurous animals.