20/03/2018 Newsround


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Hi, I'm Martin,

and this is Newsround.

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First, the world's last surviving

male northern white rhino has died.

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Sudan was 45 and lived at

the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya.

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He'd been ill for months,

and was eventually put to sleep

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after getting much worse.

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His death means there are only two

northern white rhino left alive

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in the entire world.

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They are both female -

and are Sudan's daughter

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and granddaughter.

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Now, if you had to attempt a world

record what would you do?

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Well, for one man in Australia

just wanted to swim.

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But there's something pretty

remarkable about this guy.

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Check it out...

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Take your mark, get ready, go!

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This is George.

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He's attempted to set a new world

record at 99 years old.

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Wow!

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He's attempted to set the record

for the fastest 50-metre freestyle

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swimmer in the 100-104 age category.

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Although he's 99, he's been allowed

to enter because his 100th

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birthday is next month.

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Come on, Georgie boy!

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So he's passed the halfway mark!

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George used to swim a lot

when he was younger,

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but he gave it up, and only started

again at age 80.

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Go, Georgie boy!

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Come on, Georgie, let's go, folks!

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He finished the race

and clocked 56.12 seconds -

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which is 35 seconds faster

than the previous record,

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set four years ago.

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Officials now need

to verify the record

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before it's made official.

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So, how's he feeling?

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Thank you very much!

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He's exhausted!

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Well done, George,

you absolute legend.

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Now, when it comes to recycling,

do you always know which bin to use?

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Well, if you're rubbish

with your rubbish, then let Ricky

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bring you up to speed.

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Hello, and welcome to

Where Can You Bin It?

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The game show that nobody wants,

but everybody needs.

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Yes, now, have you heard

the joke about the bin?

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It's rubbish!

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LAUGHTER.

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Thank you, thank you,

I'm here all week!

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Anyway, on with the show.

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So, these are the rules...

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I show you an everyday household

item, and you have to tell me

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if it can or can't be recycled.

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It's time to play

Where Can You Bin It?

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First up - kitchen foil,

perfect for sandwiches

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and wrapping cold meat.

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But can it be recycled?

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Start the clock!

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I kind of want to say

it is recyclable, but maybe it

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isn't, I don't know.

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Kitchen foil?

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Hmm...

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It can be recycled.

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The correct answer is...

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It can be recycled.

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That's right.

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But make sure you wash it first.

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Cake crumbs will not be tolerated,

thank you very much.

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Next up, wrapping paper.

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Start the clock!

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I think wrapping paper

can be recycled.

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I'm going to say, put

it in the paper one.

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I would say that would definitely be

able to be recycled.

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Wouldn't you?

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Yes, I think so.

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The answer is...

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It can't be recycled.

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Not all wrapping paper

is actually made out of paper.

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Some of it is plastic-based.

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And if it's covered in sticky tape

or glitter, well, that's even worse.

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Last up, takeaway coffee cups.

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Take it away, people!

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Take it away, takeaway!

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Get it?!

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I think the cardboard holder

is definitely recyclable.

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But the coffee cup, maybe not.

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I'd say, yes, I think

it can be recycled.

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Yeah, I do.

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Well, it depends.

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Most coffee cups have a special

coating inside them which helps

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to keep the drink warm.

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They can't be recycled.

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But some companies do

make cups that can be.

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As with everything else

that you throw away,

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always check with your local council

to see what can and

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can't be recycled.

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That's all we've got time for.

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Remember, you've got to be in it

to play Where Can You Bin It?

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You know what, I'm not sure

that catchphrase makes

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any sense whatsoever.

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Are you sure this game show

is going to do well?

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I'll tell you what, I'm

keeping this jacket though!

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I'm loving this.

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That's it from me.

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Before I go, if you missed this

yesterday, then head online

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and meet Louis the gorilla,

who walks upright!

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You're welcome.

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Bye.

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