The world’s sharks are in trouble. They need our help and their time is running out. Today there are more than 140 sharks on the endangered list. Over fishing (mainly for their fins) and climate change are putting many at critical risk. Explorers caught up with marine biologist Blake Chapman to separate truth from fiction…. View Article
A bushfire can move at speed and jump homes and highways. This summer help your family prepare with a bushfire plan. (1) Know when you will leave (what fire rating) and how (have at least three ways out). (2) Help your family prepare your home by watering down gutters and plants and keeping the grass… View Article
There is so much more to killer whales than meets the eye – for starters, they aren’t whales, they are dolphins.
Redback spiders have a deadly reputation for a good reason. These spiders are highly venomous, a single bite will cause intense pain – sometimes for days, sweating, headaches and vomiting. It is unlikely to be lethal, but always best to get medical advice immediately. In Australia around 2,000 people a year are bitten by redbacks…. View Article
For the last 60 years, Sir David Attenborough has devoted his life to documenting our incredible world, and all its amazing creatures and places. His latest project – A Life on Our Planet – with Netflix, is a moving first-hand witness statement by David. It details how very badly things are going right now for… View Article
Greta Thunberg has been an international voice for climate change since she was 15 (now 17) when she took her first stand for the planet. Since that time Greta has spoken in front of the UN, amassed a social following of 10 million and created a world-wide movement. We admire everything Greta says and does… View Article
Julius Nielsen is a marine biologist who studies the Greenland Shark – the world’s oldest type of shark.
Blue, neon, pinks and purples – which hue do you like best? Will it be paints, crayons or pens for you? On your marks, get set … GO!