Are the plants enough?
This week, we're talking about Patrick's nose picking problem...
And what's the mummification process?
Is the earth unique in having them?
And did they interbreed?
We put this to our dinosaur expert from the University of Cambridge, Jason Head.
Was is put there on purpose?
Geologist, Owen Weller, even brought in the oldest rock in the world.
Did dinosaurs live in herds, or on their own?
Can you assume their from the same creature?
Is there any difference between fur and hair? And what did a dinosaurs "skin" look like?
Are all mountains pointed in shape?
Egyptologist, Meghan Strong, explains how ancient writing was used at the time.
Would a car protect you from a lightning strike, and what would happen if you were driving?
In the 1940s, there was a chicken that survived 18 months without a head. How long could a human survive without a head?
Are there any health risks from living close to a phone tower?
It's Question of the Week and we've been buzzing about this question from John..
Which relative is the closest to you genetically?
Would Saturn's moon make a nice holiday home?
How do eels get their shocking abilities?
Is this condition backed up by the science?
There's a big gap between Mars and Jupiter: but why?
What's the best breakfast to beat mid-morning snacking?
Was this planet ever a 'water world'?
Why would food allergies be affected by antibiotics?