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Brachiosaurus was the tallest dino of them all. When you're this tall who has enemies? Not Brachy. The only predators that lived in the same time period as this dino were much smaller.
Want action? Head to the famous cliffs in La Quebrada, Mexico and watch divers jump from suicidal heights of 148 ft. into what looks like just enough water to get you feet wet. - Page 2
Sam Krupnik wants to be a zookeeper. Wearing his zookeeper costume to Future Job Day, Sam starts teaching his class about animals. But is teaching his class and his dog too much for Zooman Sam?
Corythosaurus is the dino with the crest on top of its head. It's named after the shape of this crest. This dino didn't have reptile skin like other dinos but gross pebbly bumps all over.
This instrument shares its name with one of your fave *NSYNCers, Lance Bass, but it's pronounced 'base'. Drums add the beat to your song, but the bass is the real backbone of the song.
Dust storms aren't just something the Tasmanian Devil leaves behind. In fact they are larger and more serious than most people think. They block people's vision and cause major accidents.
Does the thought of biting into a crunchy grasshopper make your mouth water? Maybe a roasted beetle will do the trick. Don't knock eating insects until you've bitten into your first one.
Ever give your cat a toy with catnip and watch your cat go berserk? Or maybe you have one of those cats that doesn't respond to catnip. Read on to find out how catnip drives cats crazy.
What's up with the Knights of the Silver Dragon series of fantasy adventure novels? Find out with our book review!
New York isn't just about the big city. It's about the people, the food, the animals and the lifestyle. Read on to find out what cool places to check out when visiting New York State.