From venomous snakes, to poison dart frogs, we love all deadly creatures on the Science Weekly!
This week, venom evolution expert Ronald Jenner from the Natural History Museum chats to Dan all about the difference between venom and poison and why it always seems to be the smaller creatures who are so deadly!
Plus, we’re learning about one of the very first space labs, finding out why it’s not such a good idea to put metal in the microwave, and whether sheep can really recognise humans.
Fun Kids Science Weekly is a podcast all about the coolest, strangest stuff in science!
If you’ve never listened to a podcast before, it’s basically a mini show that you can download for free to your phone or tablet and then listen to wherever you like!
Each episode, Dan goes on a journey looking at some of the most amazing things to do with science, from back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth to how humans in the future could be living in space!
There’s special science guests, top experts answering all your science questions and Dangerous Dan – where Dan discovers something scientific that’s also just a little bit deadly!
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