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Fall 2021

Albatross

With a nearly 12-foot wingspan, the largest flying bird on Earth is quite a sight as it soars over the ocean. But the albatross has very few muscles in its wings and makes it tens of… More →

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Fall 2021 Animals

Return to Yellowstone

Gray wolves were predators that dominated the North American landscape hundreds of years ago. But when Mike Philips and Doug Smith relocated 14 wolves to Yellowstone in 1995, it was the first More →

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Fall 2021

Armadillo

It sniffs with a snout pressed close to the ground, smelling for a tasty treat. After a quick scratch of the ground with sharp claws, the armadillo's tongue does the rest of the work to… More →

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Fall 2021 History

Death by Atrocious Animals

Welcome to the disaster zone where we can learn all about atrocious animal deaths. We’ll see how the father of tragedy was killed by a tragic turtle, a gutsy soldier experienced death by… More →

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Fall 2021 Animals

Fur-tastrophe Avoided

When Howard Sharpe spotted a group of southern sea otters floating off the coast of California, he was nearly as surprised as if he had seen a dinosaur. The otters were thought to be nearly… More →

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Fall 2021

Camel

Nostrils that can close in a sandstorm, wide feet that won’t sink in the sand, and—of course—a signature fat-storing hump make the camel perfectly comfortable in it’s less than hospitable… More →

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Fall 2021 Social Studies

Weather and Season Facts

Learn all about weather and the seasons one fact at a time! Explore changes in the world from the sunniest summer skies to the chilliest winter blizzards—and everything in between. Along the… More →

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Fall 2021 Animals

A Scary Prediction

William Hornaday admired the American bison. He wanted every American to see the beautiful animal that was once plentiful across the Great Plains. But in 1886 he made a shocking prediction.… More →

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Fall 2021 Social Studies

Habitat Facts

Learn all about habitats one fact at a time! Explore the world from the desert to the ocean—and everywhere in between. Along the way you’ll get to know the plants and animals that call each… More →

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Fall 2021 Social Studies

Plant Facts

Learn all about plants one fact at a time! Explore plants from tiny buds to towering trees—and everything in between. Along the way you’ll get to know the plants that cover our world.… More →

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Fall 2021 Animals

A Chemical Nightmare

The Eagle Man, Charles Broley, loved the majestic birds he saw flying through the sky. He spent his retirement studying bald eagles across the United States and Canada. So, when he learned… More →

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Fall 2021 Animals

Struggle for Survival

In the 1800s, Florida panthers thrived in the southeastern United States, but by the mid 1900s, there were very few of the animals left. When biologists like Mark Lotz realized that wildlife… More →

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