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The ocean absorbs large amounts of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, and this helps to limit global warming. Increased carbon dioxide in the ocean makes sea water more acidic and this affects organisms that live in it.

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A presenter holding her hands inside two separate plastic bags. The bags are sitting in a bowl of ice water.

Fat hands are better than frozen hands. Try your hand at this icy experience.

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Logo: Shell Questacon Science Circus

Make your own borax slime and test its interesting properties.

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A upside down plastic drink bottle filled with water, and a cork floating to the top with a string falling down out of the cork.

Full steam ahead and watch which way the cork goes.

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A young woman hold up to her face an empty clear plastic 1.25 litre bottle

Cloud watching is fun; especially when you can create your own in a bottle.

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A person in a black shirt holding an orange basketball with a smaller blue ball sitting on top of it.

Practice those million dollar catches using two balls instead of one and watch one of the balls fly high into the sky!

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A cereal box with a CD inserted into the top left corner.

Can you do the splits? Well, you can now! With only a few household objects, it’s easy for you to split light.

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A white card standing upright with a pink-and-green spotted star on the front. A plastic cup is sitting next to the card, and three coloured markers are sitting in front.

Now it's a star. What will change when you add the water?

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