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Millions of people believe man hasn't landed on the Moon. Non-believers think the entire landing was a conspiracy by NASA. There is enough proof we have been to the Moon and back a few times.
Just because the name suggests this bird is bald, doesn't mean the Bald Eagle has no feathers. The eagle can be found throughout North America. Did you know this bird can swim?
If you’ve been hanging out in the cafeteria or library you’re probably out of the loop. It seems that it’s not just a rumor that a type of tattoo known as "Blue Star" is being sold on school grounds.
Greg Smith likes playing soccer, mountain climbing and reading. He's just like every other boy his age, except the 11 year-old is in his second year at college and working towards world peace.
Check out the weird and gross defense mechanisms animals, like Horned Lizards and skunks, use to protect themselves against enemies. - Page 2
Everyone knows all you need to do is inhale some helium to sound like Donald Duck. Did you also know it's not the helium that makes your voice squeak, but a vibrating flap in your throat?
Does the thought of dissecting some animal in science class gross you out? Well quit being a squeamish baby about it and start cutting open some skin. You're in school to learn, right. - Page 2
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These guys are small members of the crocodile family. But don't let their tiny appearance fool you - they're still savage. When hungry enough they've been known to eat each other.
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High school dissection is a hotly debated science topic among high school students and teachers. Now it's your turn to let us know what you think about having to dissect things like frogs, cats and other animals in the name of science.
Popcorn is a tasty addition to any movie night but it's also an example of some pretty cool science!
Polar bears, which live in the Arctic, are the world's largest land predators. And maybe because they spend just as much time on ice as they do on land, they are considered marine mammals.
Did you know your chances of being struck by lightning in the US are 1 in 600,000? But your chances of being struck in Florida are higher because the state is the lightning capital of the US.
Emily's family is convinced she is pregnant. Emily insists she can't be. The signs don't lie though. Her stomach keeps growing and her appetite has increased. Could this be a miracle birth?
Some of the most impressive facts about the Galapagos Giant Tortoise is that they keep growing for 30 to 40 years, reaching almost five feet. They also weigh about 500 pounds.
A woman came home from work one day to find her Doberman pinscher lying in the front entrance gagging and choking. She dropped her purse and tried to clear her dog's throat, but had no luck. Picking him up she rushed to her car and sped to the vet.
These guys really do exist! They don't look like the cartoon character very much, but they do have a similar disposition.
Have you heard it takes seven hornet stings to kill a horse, three an adult human and two a child?