11/07/2017 Newsround


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You're watching Newsround - Ricky in the studio this Tuesday.

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Scientists take a closer look at Jupiter's red spot.

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The cheeky monkeys causing a problem in Gibraltar.

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And why these whales and dolphins are splashing around.

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Tennis first and former champion Novak Djokovic

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is through to the men's quarter finals at Wimbledon after winning

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He went through easily, with a straight sets win,

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despite having a problem with his shoulder.

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He'll play Tomas Berdych in the next round.

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He's been around for many years, Tomas is

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He understands and knows exactly the occasion

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of playing big matches, the big courts.

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Matches are getting tougher and tougher, and there are no clear

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I'm just going to try to give my best.

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And British No 1 Johanna Konta has started her match

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against Simona Halep on Centre court.

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These are live pictures. I wonder if she has any good pre-match rituals?

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Go online to see some of the strange superstitions of top sports stars.

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Next, to the planet Jupiter, like you've never seen it before!

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For the first time ever, NASA has been able to look at the planet's

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They sent a spacecraft to get pictures of this giant storm,

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which has been going on for at least 350 years!

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They're hoping to learn more about it and what makes it so special.

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The cheeky wild monkeys of Gibraltar, on Spain's south

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coast, are having a bit of a row with the people living there.

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Now, a charity is trying to keep the peace.

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Look at these lot, hanging about, being cute, monkeying around.

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The Barbary macaques are the only wild monkey left in Europe.

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Tourists love them, but the people who live here, not so much.

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They know how to open your car door, they know when you wander down

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in town and you've left the kitchen window open.

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They know what a refrigerator is, they know how to pull the handle

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I would be devo'd if they stole my chocolate.

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These monkeys might be troublesome, but they're also rare.

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There are only 225 of them in Europe, and...

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They're the last free ranging primates in the whole of Europe.

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And they are on the endangered species list, and if we're not

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careful, they will disappear off the face of the earth.

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So, to keep the peace, a charity have set up special

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feeding stations away from homes, where the monkeys

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Let's hope they can all live together in perfect harmony.

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Tackling a fire isn't just a job for firefighters -

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fire dogs play an important role too!

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This is Scrappy, he helps the fire teams in the North East of England.

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But he's now putting his paws up and retiring.

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So who will get his job, and what does it take to be

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Meet Scrappy, County Durham and Darlington Fire Services

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He puts his fire protection boots on and then he's off,

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In fact, he's so good at his job he's been given a special award

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He can detect material we're looking for as evidence a metre deep and up

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to 21 days after the fire, which is really really good.

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He's brilliant at his job, but it's time for Scrappy to retire

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and the team are looking for his replacement.

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We like having cockers because they're easy to train

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and very intelligent and good with kids.

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And he's lightweight, we can boost him up all over

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Quite happy climbing a ladder with me.

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And he'll lay the platform as well which allows us high access

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if we need to get into blocks of flats and that sort of thing.

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Well, the hunt is on, but it's not going to be easy,

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finding a dog that can fill Scrappy's fire boots.

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Next up, these guys are feeling in the pink because of

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These flamingo chicks have just hatched out at Chester Zoo.

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They are not pink like their parents, though,

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as the birds get their colour from things they eat.

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They'll stay greyish white for about six months

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And finally, you wouldn't normally expect to see a whale and a pod

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But this orca and these dolphins have been caught

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on camera swimming around - and it looks like having

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The video was taken with a drone off the coast of Western Australia.

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That's all from me, Newsround's back in the morning from 0740.

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We just wanted to say we love The Next Step

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My favourite character is Riley and West.

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My favourite character is Michelle and West.

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My name's Isobel, and my favourite shows are Operation Ouch

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