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If someone told you a popular Christmas plant was poisonous, how far would you be willing to go to prove them wrong? Would you rub it all over your body? You won't believe what this guy does.
Are you one of those people who thinks Santa lives in the North Pole? That's just plain silly. Santa actually lives in a mountain in Finland. Find out why Santa can't live in the North Pole.
Did you know every time you talk on a cell phone, you're putting yourself at risk? I read about it on the Internet. People have even had tumors the shape of a cell phone. Do you believe it?
Amy's boyfriend, Chris, gets a big shock when his long lost dad shows up all of a sudden. But is Chris' dad up to something? It's up to Amy to find out before Chris ends up in big trouble!
Scientists from all over the world are racing to clone the first human. Some even think they can do it by Christmas of 2001. Is it a solution to problems or the creation of one?
Two of the first people to state that they'd been abducted by aliens were Betty and Barney Hill. They claim aliens took them aboard some sort of craft and examined them. What do you think?
Venus has mountains, valleys and volcanoes just like Earth. But before you pack your bags, read on...
While on vacation in Hawaii, a girl falls asleep in the sun. Instead of waking up and looking like a lobster, she has a sore on her lip. Except this sore turns into a nasty boil.
Did you know it takes longer to drown in saltwater than it does in freshwater? Did you know which water hurts the most to drown in? Kidzworld explains the difference between waters.
It started being built in 72 Ad and wasn't finished until 80 AD. And when the Roman Colosseum finally opened with 100 days of games, hundreds of gladiators and animals were killed.