Tales of the Unexpected is an exciting new series of three one-hour documentaries that shines its light into some of the stranger corners of science. Tales of the Unexpected is a strand of provocative, confronting and thoroughly entertaining science documentaries. Each episode reveals a fascinating, sometimes awkward and frequently unsettling world where peculiar ideas are put to the test – diseases are diagnosed by palm-readers, paternity uncertainly drives the mating game, and breasts are a toxic health hazard.
Tales of the Unexpected is relevant to the Australian Science curriculum and is suitable for students in Years 7–12.
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