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This week we’re celebrating our planet – and looking at how we can protect it – because it’s World Environment Day this weekend! We’ll put on our headtorches and explore an ancient forest hiding underground then meet a parrot that loves to rock climb. We’ll find out how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traditions can make oyster farming more sustainable… then it’s time to party with our WOW of the week!

1) What is the theme for this year’s World Environment Day?
2) Which type of bird likes to rock climb?
3) In which country was the secret sinkhole found?
4) How many oyster shells were in the midden on Butchalla Country?
5) What attracted the scallops together for their disco?

Which part of the lovebird’s body acted like a third limb to help them climb?

1) Only One Earth
2) Lovebirds
3) China
4) 5 million
5) Flashing lights

Its beak!

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