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Kidz Kurrents Mar 16-20, 2009

What’s happening in the world this week – with a Kidzworld spin!
News and events for March 16-20, 2009.

  • Space Walk: New solar panels will soon be giving the International Space Station a power boost.

  • Sea Quake: An underwater volcano sent spurts of steam and ash shooting up into the sky.

  • Robo Croc: A crocodile whose skull was crushed by a car had its face rebuilt by plastic surgeons in the U.S.

  • Predator X: A giant fossil sea monster found in the Arctic had such a ferocious bite it would have been able to crush a 4x4 car.
  • Luck o' the Simpsons: For the first time it its 20-year history, a Simpsons episode was shown in the United Kingdom before America.
  • Orphan Orangutans: More than 20 baby orangutans who were abandoned by their mothers got a new home to help them survive.
  • Dear Dish-It: My BFF Stole My BF!


  • If you didn't catch last week's edition of Kidz Kurrentz, check it out here!


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