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Even if it happened to Dorothy, tornadoes don't suck people up. They can carry people. Find out what tornadoes are capable of right here!
The movie, Finding Nemo got people going crazy for clown fish. Check out these facts on one of the ocean's coolest creatures.
Ever wonder what happens after you flush the toilet? No? Too bad, we're going to tell you. Prepare to be grossed out.
Whether it's bats, rats or burning bodies, the world has some pretty gross places. Find out more about these not-so-hot vacation spots.
There's a lot about the universe we haven't figured out yet. Get the scoop on what we know - and don't know - about black holes!
One minute you're standing in your yard staring at the moon and the next minute hundreds of baseballs whiz by at 30,000 miles per hour.
It's been 19 years since the Exxon Valdez spilled 11 million gallons of oil into the sea near Alaska. Have we learned anything from this tragedy?
Sharks are scary creatures that we need to get rid of, right? Wrong. Sharks are totally important. See how some peeps are trying to save 'em.
There are five major biomes in the world: aquatic, desert, forest, grasslands and tundra. Kidzworld's got the 411 on the aquatic biome.
With the loss of the Space Shuttle Columbia many questioned the purpose and progress of the Space Exploration Program. Here, in review, are some important dates chronicling NASA's highs and lows.
There are five different world biomes. The Grasslands are one of them. Kidzworld gives you a closer look at what the grasslands are, what animals graze there and how people survive with no water.
The Tundra is the coldest of the biomes. If the grass isn't frozen, then the dirt is. It's freezing cold and there aren't any trees. So how do the many animals that live here survive? Keep reading.
There have been TV shows, movies and even a football team dedicated to dolphins. From Flipper to Ecco to the Miami Dolphins, famous dolphins have won over the hearts of people around the world.
A severe tropical storm must have wind speeds of at least 74 miles per hour (119 kilometers per hour) to be classified as a hurricane. Do you think you would be prepared for such a storm?
We now know that whales in captivity are a bad thing. But wouldn't it be best for us to make the last years of Keiko�s life as enjoyable as possible instead of trying to make ourselves feel better?
Things once thought impossible are now common practice - so will space tourism become an everyday occurrence?
Forget what the weatherman has to say. He's never right anyways. You can predict the weather on your own - just study the clouds. It might also help if you read this article about clouds.
Think your bedroom is the hottest place to be? Check out the Danakil Depression or Death Valley and you'll feel the heat. These aren't just places with scorching sand and little water.
There have been reports of crop circles since the 17th century but it wasn't until the 1970s that this unexplained phenomenon really began to take shape. Kidzworld has the real 411 on crop circles.
Do you like reading about useless facts? Do you believe everything you read? Check out these 10 facts. Do you believe all of them? I won't blame you if you do, they might even all be true.