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Morning, I'm Leah and this is your Thursday morning
Newsround live on CBBC.
Getting ready for their close-ups!
The school for wannabe vloggers.
And heartbreak for the snail who was trying to find love.
First up, to the biggest and most powerful wind
turbines on the planet, which have just been
opened in Liverpool Bay.
They're taller than two Big Ben towers.
Their blades are as long as a queue of nine double-decker buses.
And there are 32 of them, ready to go in Liverpool Bay.
This wind farm, called Berbo Bank Extension,
covers 40 square kilometres in the Irish Sea, 12 kilometres off
the coast of Liverpool.
Wind turbines are hardly new, you can see them in a lot
of places in the UK, inland and out at sea,
turning in the wind to make energy.
But this is the first place in the world where turbines this
big have been built.
Being so big makes these turbines really powerful.
Every time these blades make a full circle, they make enough electricity
to run a whole UK home for more than a day.
Altogether, the turbines at Berbo Bank Extension are expected
to be able to power more than 230,000 homes, more than enough
for the city of Liverpool.
And we might see more mega farms like these in the future.
OK, time for a quick look at today's top sport stories.
Huddersfield goalkeeper Danny Ward saved two penalties to send them
to the Championship playoff final.
They beat Sheffield Wednesday 4-3 in the shoot-out to reach Wembley
where they'll play Reading.
Whoever wins that will have a place in the Premier League next season.
Where Sergio Romero made a series of brilliant saves as Southampton
and Manchester United played out a goalless draw at St Mary's.
Anthony Martial then went on to hit the post from 25 yards.
United are guaranteed a sixth-place finish.
And in the women's game, Chelsea and Arsenal both scored
in stoppage time to draw 2-2 in the Super League
One Spring Series.
Elsewhere leaders Liverpool beat Sunderland to move six points clear.
Next, have you ever wondered what it takes to be a vlogger?
Well, a new school in Exeter in the south east of England
promises to teach kids the tricks of the trade.
Whitney went to check it out.
Putting myself in that selfie mode, of course, I'm very excited today.
I'm at the UK's first vlogging school and I'm going to learn a few
things from these guys.
From gaming to make-up, to virtual reality and more, these
vloggers love to try new things.
Meet these three students who are passionate about vlogging.
Everyone has a talent, and I guess people here,
vlogging and YouTubing is our special talent.
You can collab with other people also doing it.
There's studios and in the studios it's all quiet
and they have all the equipment.
I've learnt how to set up the lights, the cameras
and the audio, how to add animations over the top, how to add pictures.
But do you need a fancy school, high tech equipment
and professional studios?
Can't you just do it yourself?
If you really want to be a vlogger, you want to be a YouTuber,
you've just got to try.
Use the equipment you've got, start with your phone, be confident,
plan what you're going to do, and just work at it.
It's hard work but stick to it and keep trying.
So how do you become an amazing vlogger?
These three guys will give you their top tips.
For a video, we practice the video over and over again.
We do a few takes, we don't just do one because if you make
a mistake and you carry on it won't be as good.
I say some random things as a sound test.
I record five of each thing.
Then I go through them and pick the best two and disqualify the one
that's not the greatest.
Wow, what a day!
I think I've definitely learnt a lot from these vloggers.
I think I'm going to be sticking around to find out a bit more.
What do you think, Whitney?
You might remember we told you the story of Jeremy the snail
who was looking for love.
He was finding hard to find a mate because the spiral
on his shell coils to the left, rather than to the right,
like most other snails.
Well, against the odds, two leftie snails were found
as possible mates for Jeremy.
But it wasn't meant to be.
The other leftie snails mated with each other instead,
and had 170 babies.
You hang on in there, Jeremy!
That's all from me, Newsround's back right here in about half an hour.
You're watching CBBC, where Class Dismissed is coming up next,