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On today’s show, we’re going to dive into the ocean and see some dolphins and humans are working together. Then, we’ll blast off into space and find out what Saturn’s spokes are. We’ll celebrate International Women’s day! And discover why it’s raining fish in Western Australia. And meet the world record holder for foot archery.

How do fishers say ‘thank you’ to dolphins for helping them catch fish?
What do Scientists call the dark blobs or light patches on Saturn’s rings that are found at the start of a season?
What is International Women’s Day?
What animals can it rain?
What record did Shannen Michaela recently break?


How does it rain fish?

The fishers let to dolphins pick their own fish from the net after they had chased them all in, as a reward for their hard work.
It’s a day held every year, when the world celebrates ALL women, their achievements and pushes for greater equality.
It can rain fish, toads, frogs and even birds.
Shannen broke the Guinness World Record for foot archery by hitting a bullseye from more than 18 metres away.


Weather experts say raining fish is caused by strong updrafts – or mini tornado’s – that sucks up water and fish from rivers. The storm can travel hours away and then dump the water and fish when it starts to rain.

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