Which mammals have no teeth?
- Life Science, Science Fun Facts
- September 21, 2012
People are living longer and longer these days. Thanks to constant improvements in health care and public safety, our expected lifespans have continued to increase over the thousands of years of human history. For example, people in England in the Middle Ages had an average life expectancy of only 38 years, while today the world’sREAD MORE
Magic or Magnetism Magnets are incredible. Some can hold up trains. Others help to store all the files on your computer’s hard disk. And some just stick notes and photos to your fridge. If you don’t know how magnets work, their abilities seem nothing short of magical! However, in this article we’ll reveal the scienceREAD MORE
This may seem like a pretty strange question in general, but imagine coming across it on a test or an interview! You’re under pressure, trying your hardest to think and prove your intelligence, and then this is the next question you have to deal with – “Why are manhole covers round?”! What would you do?READ MORE
How many planets are there in our solar system? Did you answer 9? Hmm, that’s strange, because according to the International Astronomical Union, there are only 8 planets in the solar system. Are we sure? Well, let’ count them: 1: Mercury, 2: Venus, 3: Earth (our favourite!), 4: Mars, 5:Jupiter, 6: Saturn, 7: Uranus, 8:READ MORE