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Hi, I'm Martin with your Tuesday morning Newsround, coming up:
A huge crack in the Antarctic ice sheet causes worries for scientists.
It's developed on a floating ice shelf just ten miles from a lab
where a group of British scientists are based.
Another big crack called the Halloween Crack
The team has decided to close down their research centre
and move to another area in case the cracks in the ice get worse
We are now halfway through the football transfer window
where clubs buy and sell players, and there one country's league
China. It is one of the biggest and richest countries in the world. It
is where you will find the much loved panda and some of the most
amazing structures on the planet. It is estimated that around 1.4 billion
people call this place home. More than any other country. Recently,
China has found a new hobby. Football. The Chinese super league
is where the top teams in china play and compete. Just the same as the
anguish Premier League and its name is to become a footballing
powerhouse. The people in charge of these clubs are spending massive
amounts of money to bring the best players to China. Guess what, it is
working. Some have already made the move. Last month, Carlos Tevez
signed for Shanghai, he paid ?71.6 million for him. He is now the
highest paid player in the sport. The Brazil international completed a
big-money move to Shanghai before Christmas for a reported fee of ?60
million. Grabbing all the headlines this week is Oscar's team-mate Diego
Costa, a club called... Are reportedly ready to play ?80 million
for the striker. Chelsea want to keep their topical cause --
goal-scorer. Will he stay or will he go? It is thought other Premier
League players are being targeted. The big teams here will have to work
hard to keep their top players, because this country means business.
If you're wondering what I'm doing, I'm birdwatching of course.
Thousands of you are joining in with the bird charity,
We sent Jenny out to a school in Manchester that's taking part.
When you think of bird-watching, you might think a bit ECG like
Manchester is not the best there to spot them. We will test that and see
how many we can find. So, what have you seen today? I have seen a magpie
and two bluetits. I have seen loads of magpies and pigeons and lows of
crows and the most exciting part was to see the Stalin. Five magpies. 37
crows. There are two blackbirds. The bird-watching is taking place until
the middle of February and the RSPB are asking you guys to spend an hour
outside seeing what you can spot. I find it funny because you get out
and about while you find out what birds are in the area. Bird-watching
is good because you can recognise more birds than you have ever seen.
The fun is just outside, these kids are making special bird feeders to
put in the playground. We are putting this kids, vegetable, lots
of seeds. Why do the RSPB want you to become bird-watchers? We gather
all the data and it gives us a snapshot of how birds are doing.
Over 16 years we have built a picture. Also, it is important to
give the children all over the country connection to nature,
experiences and hopefully they will become the adults who want to
protect our environment. I thought it was boring at first but when I
got into it was really good. The best part of the challenges is you
did in a team and he did it together and have fun. This has inspired you
to do bird-watching a lot. That's all from me, Newsround's back
right here in about half an hour. Don't forget to check out
the website for all the rest All right, Cockers,
I'm a little dog from Wigan. Can you guess who that
was an impression of? Yeah, you're right,
it was Hacker T Dog, of course. But can you do
a brilliant impression Make it funny, make it silly -
the sillier the better. All you need to do
is get to the CBBC website Make sure you tell us who you are
impersonating, so we know if we are guessing