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Hi Newsrounders, I'm Jenny, live with all the news you need

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to know this Saturday.

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Can England stay unbeaten in their Six Nations

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match against Wales?

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And pets become models in New York.

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You have cat to be kitten me!

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It's another big weekend of sporting action -

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loads of rugby and football.

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Let's start off with the Premier League.

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In the lunchtime kick off Arsenal are taking

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on Hull City at the Emirates.

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It's currently 1-0 to Arsenal.

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The big match this afternoon is at Anfield -

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where Harry Kane's Tottenham Hotpsur go to face out-of-form Liverpool.

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And one of the Six Nations biggest games takes place later,

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Wales take on England in Cardiff.

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It's the 130th time they've played.

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Last week Wales beat Italy and England squeezed past France

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to keep up their 15 match unbeaten run.

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Online we asked who you think will win - and it seems to be

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the Wales fans who feel the most confident.

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Daniel, who's 10, says Wales will definitely win,

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because they have the power of the dragon!

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Wales fan Kayla says she will be supporting Wales,

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because they are a really great team, and Lee Halfpenny

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will score loads of points.

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But Jessica says she thinks that England will definitely win.

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We'll see.

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Thanks for your comments, guys!

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Next up, I love a safari, but when Newsround asked me to go

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on one with the Scottish Wildlife Trust in the town of Irvine,

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I didn't realise we'd be looking for something OTHER than animals.

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I've got my binoculars, I've got my safari truck,

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I've got my guide.

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Jill, what can we expect to see today?

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Rubbish.

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Rubbish?

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A whole lot of rubbish.

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We'd better get cracking, then.

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That's because Jill works for a charity that clean

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up after fly-tipping, when people dump big pieces

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of litter in places they shouldn't, often in the countryside.

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It's against the law and it costs thousands of pounds

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to remove every year.

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So what kind of things have you found?

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You wouldn't believe what you find - baths, fridges, mattresses,

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bags of household rubbish.

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Everything?

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Everything.

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And it wasn't long before we found our first bit of rubbish.

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And this is the kind of thing, it looks like somebody's just thrown

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out their kitchen waste.

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Yeah, nappies.

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Nappies, cans, bottles.

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All sorts.

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Why do people do this?

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I don't really know why, because there are facilities

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there for people to take rubbish to Council refuse sites.

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Maybe it's just laziness, they can't be bothered

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taking it down that day.

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What impact does this have on the environment,

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It's not good at all.

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It's full of germs, it's got sharps, small animals can get trapped

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in the bottles and cans, there can be paint and chemicals

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that can be spilled into water courses.

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And it also puts people off going to visit the place.

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Once you've found the rubbish, what happens next?

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Well, our volunteers and staff will collect it up in bags

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or on a trailer and take it to the council tip, and that's

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where people should be taking it in the first place.

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If you see it happening, report it to your council -

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they've all got helplines and websites you can report to.

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Just don't let it happen in your community, don't accept it.

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From fly-tipping, to trucks tipping.

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The patrol car you can see, doesn't have anyone in it, luckily.

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Because there were winds of 90 miles an hour in Wyoming, America,

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big trucks weren't supposed to be driving on the highway,

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but this truck was.

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No one was hurt, but it was all caught on camera,

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by the police car in front.

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Volunteers in New Zealand have managed to re-float about 100

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of the 400 pilot whales that became stranded on beaches on Friday.

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Sadly many whales have died and it's thought another 200 may have

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got stuck overnight.

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It's the worst case of this type the country has ever seen.

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So why does it happen?

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Here's what you need to know.

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Beaching is when whales becomes stuck on sand,

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and it can be very dangerous.

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Marine scientists don't have one clear reason

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to explain why it happens.

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Here are some of the theories.

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It's thought some whales become stranded because they are sick

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or injured and pushed in shore by currents or are

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simply too ill to swim.

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Whales rely on something called sonar to work out where

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they are and where they are going.

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They send out sound waves or pulses which bounce

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back off surfaces.

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Some ships use sonar pulses too which have been linked to whales

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getting stranded and marine scientists think if the two cross

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paths the whales could become confused and injured.

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It's thought changes in the environment can cause them

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to behave differently too.

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Perhaps food stocks are low, temperatures are unusually

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high or low or the water they are in has become polluted.

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And even whales make mistakes.

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It's thought they can sometimes lose their way into shallow waters

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by accident while travelling to warmer waters to mate.

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Whales are very sociable creatures and often travel

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in large pods or groups.

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But marine scientists think if one is affected by any of the last four

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reasons then others travelling with it will copy them.

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How about this for a "cat" walk?

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Pet owners in the US, along with their cats,

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dogs and even rats, took to the runway for the New York Pet

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Fashion Show this week.

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It's the largest one of its kind in America and saw the animals

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dressed up in many weird and wonderful outfits,

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including costumes representing different countries.

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Paw-some!

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Finally - these clothes are good enough to eat - quite literally!

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All of the outfits have been made with chocolate.

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They've been shown off at a chocolate fair

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in Belgium, in Europe.

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Perhaps not the most practical of clothes,

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but I bet it smells good.

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That's all from the team this Saturday, Newsround's back right

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here at 10am tomorrow morning.

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Have a brilliant afternoon!

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Have you got some news the world needs to know?

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Maybe you won a local talent contest

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