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Celebrate the launch of our Curious Kids book, Why do Tigers Have Whiskers?

By Molly Glassey, Digital Editor, The Conversation
Benjamin Clark, Deputy Engagement Editor, The Conversation
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Do sharks sneeze? Do butterflies remember being caterpillars? Why don’t cats wear shoes? Children have an insatiable curiosity for the world around them, and life can be an endless source of fascination for young minds. But do you have all the answers? And are they actually correct? Maybe you need to ask an expert …

The Conversation’s long-running Curious Kids series sees academic experts answer young people’s curly questions. And now, we’re proud to launch a Curious Kids picture book,

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