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If the lost city of Atlantis was found it would be considered the wettest place on earth. Right now it's Cherrapunji, India. Despite being the wettest, there's still a demand for water there.
The Bermuda Triangle is also known as the Devil's Triangle. It's in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and is the cause of several mysterious disappearances including planes, boats and people.
Distant planets? Strange people? Robots, pirates and princes oh my! Fourth-grader Akiko is in for a wild time that starts with a mysterious note and leads her to the odd little planet Smoo.
The Disney movie, Finding Nemo has people going crazy for clown fish. Find out more about this cool sea creature. - Page 2
Have you ever wondered how a guide dog knows when to cross the road? Can guide dogs tell the difference between traffic light colors? Nope. Find out how guide dogs know what to do.
Bamboo has been used for several years for things like housing, baskets, food and containers. Now there's Sogetsu. Artist Hiroshi has made huge sculptures out of bamboo. Check them out.
The black mamba might be the fastest snake but the inland taipan can cause a lot more pain. The venom from this snake can cause muscles to pass through the victim's kidneys (in the form of urine.)
When 10 year-old Richie couldn’t point out some exotic turtles while he was snorkeling he didn’t just throw up his hands in frustration. He invented a toy that lets you talk under water.
Shawn Syse makes a living drawing on people's bodies. She's not a tattoo artist and she doesn't use ink. Shawn uses a paste made from natural ingredients to make henna, a temporary tattoo.
Welcome to the driest place on earth. The Atacama Desert receives rain every 100 years, if at all. In fact, the only town in the desert hasn't seen rain yet. How do the locals survive?