Science: Year 3

Science: Year 3

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Science: Year 3
  • Planet Bonehead - Episode 3: H-2-Oh No!

    JP Rothbone and his Sniveling Cronies have designed an amazing water filtration system that would allow everyone on Earth to have pure, clean drinking water. In true Rothbone fashion though, JP sets off to pollute ALL the Earth's water so that everyone would need his filter. While searching for J...

  • Planet Bonehead - Episode 4: Race for Renewable Energy

    And they’re off! The Race for Renewable Energy is underway as Bonehead and a gang of racers compete in the “Cannonbone Run” - each using a different renewable fuel source: electric, wind, biodiesel, solar. JP Rothbone and his Sniveling Cronies have their own plans however. JP will stop at nothing...

  • Planet Bonehead - Episode 5: Mission: Recyclable

    Bonehead’s mountain climbing vacation is cut short after a mole in JP Rothbone’s organization informs HOPE Headquarters of his next nefarious plot. It seems revenues at JP’s landfill are down ever since the local recycling center opened next door. People are recycling all their paper, plastic, me...

  • Natural World Facts - The Secret Life of Rock Pools

    As the tide recedes along the shores, it uncovers a truly alien world of rock pools. At first look, the landscape presents little more than a barren, lifeless stretch of thick mud and rotting seaweed, but it’s a unique habitat that’s fun for all the family to enjoy.

  • Veritable Vegetable

    Veritable Vegetable demonstrates a radically different approach to food distribution. Since 1974, they have supported sustainable agriculture and organic farmers to create better access to healthy food.

  • Heat Illness

    Veritable Vegetable demonstrates a radically different approach to food distribution. Since 1974, they have supported sustainable agriculture and organic farmers to create better access to healthy food.

  • Koko Meets Robin Williams

    In 2001, Robin Williams visited Koko at her home in Woodside. It was a cheerful encounter for both, and Koko treasured it for the rest of her life. The meeting took place about 6 months after Koko’s foster brother, Michael, passed away of cardiomyopathy — and it turned out to be the first time ...

  • Beneath New Zealand: Mountains & Caves

    New Zealand's alpine environment reflects the powerful influence on the tectonic and erosive forces. The collision of continental plates is pushing the mountains upwards while the landscape is being torn down and sculpted by the effects of snow, ice, wind, water and seismic events.

  • Toki Tales

    Thirty years ago the toki, also known as the iconic crested ibis, became extinct in the wild in Japan. Dedicated scientists have since, with some difficulty, managed to breed the last remaining birds in captivity and to return their off-spring to the wild

  • Remaking Wolf Connection

    Ever since the first ancient hunters followed wolves to the location of prey- humans have had a deep-seated connection to canines. We lived symbiotically with the wolf over tens of thousands of years. These wild animals eventually became “man’s best friend” in the form of domesticated dog.

    The...

  • A Wolf Connection

    Wolf Connection’s Wolf Therapy is an education and empowerment programme geared towards teens who are struggling through a variety of behavioural issues. At-risk youth from all walks of life learn about nature and conservation through the responsibly caring for another living being

  • Green Cauldron - Innes Larkin

    Innes Larkin, unofficial custodian of the area's Glossy Black Cockatoos plants fruit trees to ensure future food sources for the birds