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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!
With the flick Ant Bully, out, we thought we'd take a closer look at this industrious insect.
Thirty-seven years ago, astronaut Neil Armstrong was the first man to step onto the Moon. Find out what we know about this extraterrestrial body today.
Is hunting to control the population of animals OK or is it just animal cruelty? Here are some animals that are hunted in North America and around the world. Check it out before you make up your mind!
Did you know there are deserts on every continent, including Antarctica? Check out more facts that will amaze you!
Find out more information about the American Alligator - how it's different from a crocodile, what makes them attack and much more!
Everyone likes warm weather so what's the problem with global warming? Check out the essential 411 on this misunderstood environmental problem.
So why should you care about waste management? Why is it so important to reduce, reuse and recycle? Get all the answers here by getting schooled in recycling!
It's the second largest planet in our solar system and it's named after a god! Read on about Saturn, its 30 moons and a whole lot more, right here!
Grab your winter hat, mitts and your warmest winter coat cuz we're headed to the coldest place on earth! Get the 411 here.
Deadly diseases are making more headlines than Ashlee Simpson'sMcDonald's incident! Here's the 411 on SARS, Mad Cow and Bird Flu.
Earthquakes happen more often then we think. We just can't feel all of them. And they don't all happen in California, either; Alaska actually gets more major quakes than the "Quake Capital" of the USA!
There are predators in your neighborhood. They may even be in your backyard! Who are these rightening assailants? They're plants!
Hurricanes are one of the most deadly natural disasters of the world. Learn more about this tropical storm that destroys everything in its path.
They're everywhere, but what do you know about the common house fly? Get the buzz on these household insects.
2008 is International Year of the Reef. Find out about one of the most important parts of the marine ecosystem.
Where does the energy come from to keep your house warm, lights on and car running? Here's a look at the different kinds of energy.
Oceans cover 70% of the Earth's surface, but how much do you know about them? Do you know why it's blue? Or why it's so salty? Get the 411 here!
Tsunamis are giant, destructive waves that can wipe out a city in only minutes. Find out what causes them and what kind of damage they can do.
Check out what the most dangerous kind of avalanche is, why you can't outrun them and what to do if you're caught in a snow slide.