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  • Study if birds prefer one type of food over another

    Birds can be very fussy eaters. As you might have noticed, birds also seem to be looking for a free meal, but in fact they are quite picky and are constantly looking for their favourite food to eat! See...

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  • Study what happens to a bone when it loses its proteins

    You might know that 'calcium' is very important for healthy bone growth in humans and in animals. What is lesser known is that bones are also full of 'protein' fibres, which are equally important than calcium for healthy bone...

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  • Learn how to tell whether a turtle is male or female

    Learning about turtles and tortoises can be fun and surprising. Since they have been on the earth for more than 200 million years, many interesting facts have been discovered through the centuries. Have you ever wondered how to tell...

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  • Learn how the eye colour of different individuals vary

    Human beings can vary quite significantly from each other. Our size, shape, hair colour as well as our eye colour is different from one another. In the following science experiment study the various colour of your friends and family's...

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  • Learn how the pulse rates of different individuals vary

    The pulse rate of human beings can vary quite significantly from each other. Many factors can influence a persons' pulse rate such as level of exercise, age and gender. In the following science experiment study the pulse rates of...

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  • Test if your eyes can get tired of seeing only one colour

    Some objects or colours can trick your eyes so that objects appear differently than how they actually are. With this science experiment, find out how too much of one colour can make your eyes tired.

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  • Confuse your brain with this science experiment

    An 'optical illusion' an image that is visually deceptive or misleading. The image information we see is gathered by our eyes and then processed in our brains but, sometimes the images we see does not tally with the physical...

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  • Do you taste better with your nose or mouth?

    Have you ever wondered why you cannot taste your food properly when you have a cold? Usually when you have a cold, your food is tasteless or you may not feel like eating. This phenomenon can be easily investigated...

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  • Subjective testing hot & cold water

    Heat is a form of energy. Ambient heat can be measured by a thermometer and this measurement is called temperature. The normal temperature of human beings is 37.4 °C and is always kept constant by our bodies, no matter...

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  • Study your friends’ fingerprints

    In the following science experiment we will be taking the fingerprints of your friends and protect and preserve it to study later with a magnifying glass.

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