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Desert Life Connections
The desert may not seem like a good place to live, but many plants and animals make their homes in the dry land. In fact, life in the hot sands relies on one another to stay healthy. When… More →
In the early morning of April 26, 1986, a reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant became unstable, causing a huge explosion. But the disaster was only just beginning. Follow along with… More →
Forest Life Connections
You can find everything from towering trees to microorganisms too small for the eye to see in the lush forest. All of the plants and animal in the forest rely on one another to stay healthy.… More →
World War I neared its end in 1918, but another kind of devistation soon replaced the horrors of the battlefield. A deadly virus quickly spread, killing millions of people by the end of 1920. More →
Ocean Life Connections
From microscopic plankton to giant blue whales, the ocean is teaming with life. All of the plants and animals living below the waves rely on one another to stay healthy. When some of that… More →
Wetland Life Connections
From a raccoon scampering along the water’s edge to a young fish darting between tall reeds in the shallows, wetlands are teaming with life. All of the plants and animals in this watery home… More →
Grassland Life Connections
Bees buzz around wildflowers while wildebeest graze on the grass, all watched over by a hungry lion. Grasslands are bursting with activity. And all that life relies on one another to stay… More →
City on Fire!
Chicago was a rapidly growing city, connecting the country’s coasts . . . until 1871 when it all burned to ash. Follow along with the true story of a doomed flame that changed the course of… More →
Tundra Life Connections
Although it may be cold and dry, the tundra is full of life if you know where to look. All of the plants and animals living in this harsh land rely on one another to stay healthy. When some… More →
World War II was raging across the Atlantic Ocean, but the United States was staying out of the war until a day that will live in infamy. On the morning of December 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor came More →
Crashing in Flames!
Reporters gathered in the rain to watch in awe as the Hindenburg was scheduled to touch down on May 6, 1937. Their awe quickly turned to horror as the airship burst into flames and plunged to More →