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Tiny Bytes: Pappa Pig episode banned, Federer knocked out and more

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Welcome to Tiny Bytes, a look at some of today’s news for little minds.

Peppa Pig episode on spiders taken down

Peppa Pig is a much loved TV show for kids about a Pig called Peppa and her family and life. An episode, where Peppa was encouraged to pick up a spider, aired recently in Australia and had to be taken down for safety reasons.

Chittagong Test: Handscomb loses 4.5kg in two-and-a-half hours!

Australian cricketer Peter Handscomb lost 4.5 kilograms in just two and a half hours while playing against Bangladesh in a test match under soaring hot conditions. Click here to read more

Federer knocked out by Del Potro

Roger Federer's hopes of claiming a record-extending 20th Grand Slam title ended on Wednesday when he was beaten 7-5, 3-6, 7-6(8), 6-4 by Juan Martin del Potro in a thrilling US Open quarterfinal. Click here to read more

London dog owner to sell all belongings to save dog

A dog owner in Paddington, in West London, is selling all she has to raise money for a life saving operation for her dog. Her dog, Snoopy suffers from a heart disease and will be undergoing surgery at a clinic in Paris if she can raise the money for it.

Well, That’s it for today, kids. Thank you for listening in. Remember it’s so important to know what’s going on in the world around you.   

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