As "swine"/H1N1 flu continues to spread and claim more lives, BrainPOP's decision to post a free, explanatory cartoon video for primary aged children is proving a timely and useful information source.The online video service for children and teachers has created a "Tim and Moby" video to answer the real questions sent in by children (like "What is swine flu?"). Young viewers are given a very clear explanation of swine flu as Tim answers the children's questions put to him by the worried Moby, a robot from outer space.
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