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    An Invasion of Yellow Crazies

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    Tokelau has been invaded by yellow crazies – an ant species. Scientists are investigating what can be done about them. By collecting and recording data, they are identifying the extent of the problem and figuring out the best course of action. Science

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    Winning Ways: Presenting Scientific Evidence

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    Grace is on a mission to win the science fair – but to do so she must structure and present her investigation in the most informative and thought-provoking way possible. Grace uses diagrams, photographs, tables, graphs, infographics, and clear science writing to present her data and blow the judges away! Science

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    In late 2019, scientists detected the emergence of a previously unknown virus. As the virus spread, a global pandemic was declared and Tokelau closed its border. Though people are now allowed to repatriate back to Tokelau, a quarantine is involved. Meanwhile, vaccination is beginning to provide some protection, though new variants of the virus are emerging. Understanding what a virus is remains critical to managing this new disease. Science

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    Blessings from the Sea

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    Nukunonu’s marine environment contains numerous species that we depend on for food. They are a blessing that supports us on our atoll, so we need to be cautious when it comes to the commercialisation of our exclusive economic zone. Science

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