This Hawaii resident had a surprise when he returned home after fleeing the Kilauea eruption.
25 March 2017 Last updated at 11:09 GMT Scientists at the University of Oxford are working with BBC Learning to determine how children’s sleep patterns and bedtime routines are affected by changing the times between British Summer Time and Greenwich Mean Time. Source link Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn
Dvur Kralove Zoo in the Czech Republic, has taken the decision to remove the horns from its white rhinos for their safety. Rhino poaching has reached a crisis point after a white rhino was killed for its horn at a zoo in France in early March. Dehorning is not painful to the rhino as there’s […]
A giant green sea turtle thought to be the oldest example in captivity in the UK has returned to its former home in Blackpool. The reptile, called Lulu, has been moved back to the Sea Life Centre in the Lancashire seaside town. Aged 80 and weighing 28 stone (177 kg), it is thought to have […]