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Cougars are also known as pumas, mountain lions and panthers. And no, they’re not pink!
Cheetos made the cheetah famous. Find out more about this fast feline!
Which cat is bigger, a lion or a tiger? Find out below…
Lions and tigers and bears… well, just lions for now!
Leaping leopards! Find out everything you ever wanted to know about this big cat…
Yes, it’s a famous (and pricey) brand of car, but Jaguars can also be found in the wild…
The remains of a mummy thought to belong to a queen who ruled 4,300 years ago have been discovered in Egypt.
A powerful earthquake hit Costa Rica in Central America, killing at least three and injuring many others.
President-elect Barack Obama said that if U.S. Congress doesn’t do something to help fix the poor economic situation in America, the recession could last for years and many more people could lose their jobs.
Israelis and Palestinians have been fighting in Gaza for almost two weeks now over who has the right to live where.
One of the world’s most bizarre animals is called the Hispaniolan Solenodon.
Dubai once had a reputation for oil and sand and is known for its crazy record-smashing buildings. We're taking a look at a few of our favorites!
Whaling is a pretty contentious global issue. We've got the 411 on this hot topic. What do you think?
Mister Splashy Pants has been saved from illegal Japanese whalers! Find out how, and how to save more whales, here. Add your voice to the growing fight against illegal whaling.
Snow isn't that mysterious. It's white and cold, right? But do you even know what snowflakes are made out of? Find out here.
If you think your winter walk to school is cold, just imagine what it would be like to live in an ice age. We take a look at animals that thrived in that environment.
June 5th is World Environment Day and this year's theme is Melting Ice. We take a closer look at what's going on at the ends of the earth.
You can tell it's the beginning of fall when the leaves begin to change, the air feels a bit crisper and Halloween costumes and candy have already arrived in the stores.
Every fall, trees around the world change their colors. Is it some sort of alien phenomenon or are trees just spicing up their winter wardrobe?
Will we be forced to start writing with a pen and paper when the world's fossil fuel deposits run out? Not if we tap into solar energy!