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  • Blood is a Battlefield

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    Have you ever pricked your finger and looked at the drop of blood that forms? In that one tiny drop of blood, there are thousands of living cells, and some of those cells are locked in a fight to the death! Our bodies are made up of trillions of tiny living building blocks called cells.

  • Two of a kind – secret of moth & butterfly

    Two of a kind – secret of moth & butterfly0

    Everyone knows that the prettiest insects are bright colorful butterflies, and that their cousins the moths are dull and boring, right? Wrong! There are some butterflies with plain brown wings, and some moths whose wings sparkle with every color of the rainbow. So how do you tell the difference? Fun Fact 1: Moths and butterflies

  • Shocking story of electricity

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    Hey kids, have you ever watched lightning in the sky at night, or gotten zapped when you touched a metal door? Those are two shocking examples of electricity! Elementary science teaches us that everything in the world is made up of tiny particles called atoms. An atom is made up of a hard core, called

  • Masters of Disguise

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    Hey kids, have you ever played hide-and-seek? Imagine if you could stand in plain sight, but nobody could ever find you! That’s the way some animals live every day. When an animal has colours and markings to help it blend in with something or look like something else, it’s called camouflage. Camouflaged animals are masters

  • Astounding Ants

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    Imagine you’re standing in a room full of 50 kids just your size. Now imagine that you can pick all 50 of them up at the same time, and carry them around the room with you! If you could do that, you’d be as strong as an ant! Ants are incredible insects. They live in

  • Dinosaurs in My Backyard

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    Everyone knows that all the dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago, right? Wrong! The truth is, dinosaurs are alive and well today, and living in disguise – right in your own backyard. How is this possible? It’s possible because living things change over very long periods of time. Think about your own family. You


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