ASTROBIOLOGY ADVENTURES: Discovering the Unknown🛸

It's time for another trip around the solar system on the BIGGER and BETTER Science Weekly! 

This episode of the Fun Kids Science Weekly we continue our bigger and better podcast where we put YOUR questions to our team of experts, have scientists battle it out for which science is the best & learn all about a UK zoo trying to save 97 species from extinction.

Dan starts with the latest science news, where we learn China's lunar probe and it's successful takeoff from the far side of the moon, the huge wings of a Jurassic Pterosaur that's been discovered in the UK and Brian Zimmerman from the Bristol Zoological Society tells us all about their project to save 97 species on the brink of extinction.

Then we delve into your questions where Dan answers Etienne's question about what are the rarest eye colours and we pose Natalie's question on why moths are attracted to light to Samuel Fabian from Imperial College London.

Dangerous Dan continues and we learn all about the Soldier Ant which causes chaos all over the world and why it's actually a help to humans

The Battle of the Sciences continues where Dan chats to Dr Sean Jordan from Dublin City University about why Astrobiology is the best kind of science?

What do we learn about?

- Why China's probe to the far side of the moon is so important?

- The Jurassic Pterosaur that's been excavated in Oxfordshire

- How Bristol Zoo is saving 97 species on the brink of extinction?

- Why are moths attracted to light?

- Is Astrobiology the best type of science?

All on this week's episode of Science Weekly!

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