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The Titanic sank during her first and final voyage across the Atlantic Ocean when she struck an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland in 1912.
In Greek mythology, harpies were hungry, dirty creatures who stole food, objects and even people. Wanna know more? Click here!
Ireland is about more than leprechauns and Lucky Charms. Check out how cool the Emerald Isle really is.
If you think the perfect winter vacation is living it up under the hot tropical sun then you don't get out much. Here are some really cool holiday ideas.
T-Rex was 46 feet long and had seven-inch long teeth. When he catches his meal it takes only one bite from his massive jaws to snap their backbones.
Hispanic culture is about a heck of a lot more than tacos. Check out the 411 on this vibrant community!
George Bush has won a second term as President of the United States after a narrow victory in the 2004 election.
If all we have left of dinos are fossils, how do we know what they looked like? Kidzworld investigates...
There are thousands of lakes in the world, so what makes these five the greatest? Read on to find out!
Going back to school is a bit lame for most peeps but if you're lucky enough to attend one of these cool schools, you're set. Check 'em out.
Kidzworld is celebrating the month of Ramadan by taking a look at Islam -- the second-largest religion in the world, after Christianity. Check it out!
The Triceratops dinosaur might have made a great pet. It was big but gentle, and it only ate greens. With large sharp horns on its head, Triceratops was mean looking, but Tyrannosaurus Rex wasn't fooled!
Did you know the Olympics were originally part of a religious festival honoring Zeus? Get the 411 on the dude who started it all.
Some places outlaw pigs, others ban gum. Take this hilarious quiz and see how much you know about the world's craziest laws.
New Zealand is a tiny country with more sheep than people so why is turning up in all your fave flicks? Read on to find out!
There's no romance or magic in Keira Knightley's new movie, King Arthur. It's a realistic portrayal of Camelot, but what exactly is the real deal?
It's gettin' hot in here! Cool off in the sizzling summer sun at the best water parks in North America.
Every morning, across the United States, millions of students recite the Pledge of Allegiance - and thanks to the Supreme Court, the tradition will continue.
Check out all the cool vacation spots you could go to this summer like the amusement park, the beach to sun tan or maybe even a summer camp!
The story of Troy is more than a Brad Pitt movie; it's a Greek myth that dates back hundreds of years. Get the 411 here.