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  • Which animal sees with its nose?

    Which animal sees with its nose?0

    Your eyes are what let you see the world so that you know what’s going on around you. But imagine that you lived in tunnels underground where no light could reach. You would have to come up with another way of sensing what was around you. And that’s exactly what the star-nosed mole does! Star-nosed

  • More that meets the eye

    More that meets the eye0

    Here’s a neat trick to try: hold up the index fingers of both hands, and tip your hands so that your index fingers are pointing at each other with a small space between them. Make sure your fingers are at the same level as your eyes. Now focus your eyes on the wall across from

  • Why does our breath stink in the morning?

    Why does our breath stink in the morning?0

    Have you ever wondered why, even though you brush your teeth at night, your breath always smells bad in the morning? It’s because bad breath is actually caused by tiny organisms living in your mouth! Bacteria are one of the smallest living things in the world, and our bodies have over a trillion bacteria living


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