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Forests play an important role in all our lives and cover one third of Earth's surface. Rainforests alone are home to half of the planets 5 to 10 million species. Read on for more cool forest facts!
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has captured colliding spiral galaxies, another colliding galaxy and other close-ups of space we'd never see with the human eye. Check out how this telescope works.
Have you ever wished upon a shooting star? Are you sure it was a shooting star? Next time you catch a glimpse of a falling object in the night sky, you might be witnessing the passing of a comet.
Grab a pen and piece of paper cuz Kidzworld has done some homework for you. Here's a list of records that have to do with water, like largest ocean, smallest lake... That sorta stuff.
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.
Venus has mountains, valleys and volcanoes just like Earth. But before you pack your bags, read on...
Looking for an excuse to get a dog? This heartwarming story might convince your parents. If not, they should have a word with 85 year-old Ruth Gay who�s cattle dog, Blue, saved her life.
What planet hasn't made an entire circle around the sun since it was discovered? That'd be Neptune but you already knew that didn't you. Now can you tell me why the planet is such a deep blue?
It's hard to imagine that water can be used to create electricity. The two are a dangerous combination that should never mix, right. True, so never bring your stereo in the shower with you.
Beware of attacking eagles in Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. As long as you don't wave your grub around, you probably won't get dive-bombed. But the eagles might join your football game...
What happens when seals attack? 16 year-old Tyrone knows all about that. He was attacked by a seal and dragged under water and then eventually let go. He wasn't the only one attacked.
Can snakes really fly? No, but there's a group of snakes called flying snakes that live in trees. They leap off branches, suck in their gut, whip their tail around and 'fly' through the air.
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 Disney movie, Finding Nemo has people going crazy for clown fish. Find out more about this cool sea creature. - Page 2
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.)
The largest planet is well known for its Great Red Spot. The colorful swirl of gases on Jupiter is actually a hurricane about the size of two Earths. Scared yet?
These fish got their name because when they become alarmed they puff themselves up with air or water. They are also a delicacy in Japan even though people have died from eating them.
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.
Did you know that the so-called "brontosaurus" from the Flintstones never really existed? That's right. This dinosaur is actually an apatosaurus.