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Tiny Bytes: Test cricket turns 140 years old, wheelchair for fish and more

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

Test cricket turns 140 years old

Test cricket turned 140 years old Wednesday. The world’s first ever test match was played between England and Australia in 1877, where Australia won by 45 runs.

Indian Wells  

Roger Federer beat Rafael Nadal 6-2, 6-3 to reach the Indian Wells quarter finals. This win marks the first time in the rivalry that Federer has won 3 times back to back against Nadal. Federer will face Kyrgios who beat Djokovic in his quarterfinal round.

Man City loses

Monaco swept into the Champions League quarterfinals and left Manchester City to pick up the pieces of another failed European campaign after a 3-1 victory on Wednesday sent them through on away goals. Read more

Fish in a wheelchair

A goldfish suffering from a bladder disorder at an aquarium in San Antonio, Texas, can’t move much and isn’t able to hold itself upright. So an employee of the aquarium named Derek, made the fish a wheelchair.  

Lightning in full fury

Two people were killed Wednesday when lightning struck them at a village in Thiruvananthapuram during heavy rain. Read more

Well, that’s it for today kids, thank you for listening. I hope you will watch out for me at 5 pm tomorrow too. Remember it’s so important to know whats going on in the world around you.

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