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MORE ON SINGAPORE'S HAZE
If you live in Singapore, you must have heard about and experienced the haze caused by forest fires in Sumatra island, Indonesia. Singapore Prime Mini[...]
Giant Tortoise Back from the Dead?
Bringing an extinct animal back to life can't be easy. But scientists will try to do exactly that with two species of giant Galapagos tortoise[...]
A Robot that Walks like a Cat to Help in Rescue Operations!
Search and rescue operations are about to become very high-tech! Swiss researchers have created a small four-legged[...]
GIANT BALLOONS TO BRING INTERNET TO THE WORLD!
You are able to read this Whiz Times story and others because you have internet access. But most of the world's population does no[...]
Mr Bean and Adele get Royal Awards!
Have you heard of the very funny British actor Rowan Atkinson, who is best known for his role as Mr Bean? He and his "Blackadder" (another on[...]
A NEW WAY TO RECYCLE YOUR BICYCLE!
If you want to get rid of your old bike, maybe you should send it to the Netherlands! Why? Because two clever Dutch people have found a new [...]
A Dose of laughter!
They say laughing is contagious...kind of like catching a cold but in a good way! This is so true especially when you hear a laugh that sounds so…funny!
BETTER STAY OUT OF THE HAZE!
If you live in Singapore and looked out of the window, you would have noticed the smoke-smelling haze that is outside. Not only can you see it, but [...]
Fancy a Mouth-watering Treat?
Do you like croissants? How about donuts? What about both together? Well a very clever pastry chef in New York has created the 'cronut' which is a yu[...]
SOLAR IMPULSE ADVENTURES ALMOST FINISHED!
You must have heard about the fabulous solar-powered plane called Solar Impulse. If you haven't, check out all the stories on The Whiz [...]
DUBAI - WHERE THE WORLD'S TALLEST BUILDINGS LIVE!
Like something out of a fairytale, a tall, silver twisted building rises high into the sky. Where? In Dubai where the world's t[...]
Fish with Muscles!
A fish with muscles? Yes, that's right! Scientists have found out that ancient Australian fish may have had stomach, or abdominal muscles (also known as 'abs'[...]
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