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Hi Newsrounders, Jenny here, live with all the news you need

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to know this Sunday.

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Here's what's coming up.

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Good news for some of the whales stranded in New Zealand.

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And Moana, Finding Dory or Kubo - who will win big

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at tonight's BAFTAs?

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First, good news for the hundreds of pilot whales that were stranded

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on a beach in New Zealand.

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More than 200 of the animals have re-floated themselves

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and returned to sea.

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Earlier, volunteers managed to re-float around 100 of them, too.

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But why did so many get stranded, and why is it so important

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that they get back to sea?

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Whales form a really strong social bonds in their groups.

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They're in family groups or pods.

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Because of these strong family bonds, when one

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individual becomes stranded, it sends out a distress signal,

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which means all the others want to come and help

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and protect it.

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They will come into the bay, and then also end up

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stranded themselves.

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You need to try and get them back into deep waters

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as soon as possible.

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These animals need the water to support their bodies.

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They're quite large, six to seven metres, they weigh a lot,

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so being on the sand puts great strain on their organs.

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OK, time for a quick round-up of some of the top sport stories.

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Scotland play France in the Six Nations at three o'clock,

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looking to make it two wins from two, after their impressive win

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against Ireland last weekend.

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They haven't won in Paris, though, since 1999 and can

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expect a tough match.

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There was delight for England as they took their unbeaten

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run to 16 matches - beating Wales in Cardiff yesterday.

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England were less than five minutes from defeat against Wales,

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until Elliot Daly got a late winning try.

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Yesterday's other game was a rather different story.

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Ireland scoring nine tries against Italy

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in a 63-10 thrashing in Rome.

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This week on Newsround we've been talking about selfies,

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because a Newsround survey suggested that more than half

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of 10 to 12-year-olds who use social media like to share selfies

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with their friends - and most think it's important

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to look as good as possible when they do.

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For loads of you selfies are just a bit of fun,

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but is there a serious side too?

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Ricky's got this one.

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With cameras in our phones and tablets, there is nothing easier

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than snapping a selfie.

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# Let me take a selfie.

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Looking good, being creative and having fun.

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You get likes, and you get nice comments.

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You need to get your good side.

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You need to have it high.

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I pull it in.

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I turn it so it makes an angle.

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Good lighting.

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I just put my hand up to the sky and take a picture.

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The high angle and the tanned filter.

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Would all like to look good, but how important is it to look good

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in a selfie that we share?

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More than four out of five say it is.

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# Let me take a selfie.

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But what happens when it isn't just good fun?

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Sometimes people get more likes than you, and you may get

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a little bit jealous.

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There is a little bit of pressure.

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When you post a really bad picture, people wouldn't like you.

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The celebrities, they do stuff and then they...

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Like, they wear lots and lots of make-up and it makes us

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feel like we have to do that to look good.

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I think selfies are a bit of fun, because what do

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you do when you're bored?

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When I take a picture, I take about five and before I pick

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the one, then I post it.

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When I take a picture, I take about three before I post one.

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I make it like it don't show your spots.

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In real life, you can see everything.

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But on a picture, it blurs out some of the things.

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You can blur out spots or stuff like that.

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Most of you take around four selfies before you find one

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you would like to post.

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And then most of you edit them with filters or cropping.

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But is it possible to worry too much about how you look?

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Young people feel at massive sense of pressure to make

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themselves look perfect.

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But the problem is that the pictures that they're looking out of other

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people's lives are edited.

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So you're comparing yourself with something that isn't real.

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Selfies are meant to be a bit of fun between you and your mates,

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but when it stops being fun, you need to take a step back.

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You don't need to be self-conscious of yourself,

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because you look good the way you are.

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Always keep your account on private.

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Don't be bothered if anyone doesn't like what you posting.

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Just be yourself.

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Just do it for a laugh, really.

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Like, don't take it serious.

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And don't forget there's loads more on our survey and how to make sure

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you're being safe on social media at Newsround online.

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All the A-listers will be getting ready to strut their stuff

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on the red carpet tonight, for UK movie awards, the BAFTAS.

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Battling it out for the animation prize,

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are Moana, Finding Dory, Kubo and the Two Strings,

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and Zootropolis.

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JK Rowling's Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them,

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is also up for five BAFTAs, including special visual effects.

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And we want to know what your movie highlight of the year has been.

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Which one would you give the best film award to?

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Would it be one of the animated movies, or something totally

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different like Rogue One or Fantastic Beasts?

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Go online and have your say.

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Now before I go, just take a look at these pictures.

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They're from the opening round of the Air Race

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World Championships, in Abu Dhabi.

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The aim is to fly round the racetrack,

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between the air-filled pylons, in the fastest possible time.

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Super easy, no?

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Martin Sonka, from the Czech Republic, won round one.

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That's all from the team for now, Newsround's back just

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before two o'clock.

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Don't forget to go online for our quiz of the week.

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I'll give you a clue - question two doesn't

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involve Justin Bieber.

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Good luck!

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