Ever wondered if we're alone in the universe? Discover the great scientific breakthroughs that are getting us closer to finding an answer.
The world is truly remarkable. Learn about people, places and animals through National Geographic's videos, images and articles.
From: National Geographic Virtual Library
Nature works in mysterious ways. Learn more about how trees and plants are communicating with us everyday.
David Attenborough's enthusiasm for all types of nature is never ending. Try this enthusiastic but relatively short documentary.
Haynes doesn't just publish car manuals - there is a manual for toddlers, and home decorating too!
An archive of the entire National Geographic magazine from it's beginnings in 1888.
Come and investigate the properties of different fluids. With a hammer.
From: Britannica Library
An albatross versus a shark - who do you think wins?
Why do astronauts sleep in bags mounted to the walls of their spacecraft? Whats happening in the news? Britannica Kids has all the answers!
A 2002 Four Corners video documentary on QLD's Great Barrier Reef.
From: Australasian Video Online
A gorgeous book with illustrations from early settlement to present day of these magnificent birds.
Another great resource that explains scientific concepts in an easy to read format.
Watch some fascinating science videos and broaden your knowledge on a range of topics in just moments.
Ancient astronomers believed the positions of celestial bodies revealed what was going to happen on Earth, be it good or bad!
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