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  • A Romp Through a Rainforest

    A Romp Through a Rainforest0

    Hey kids, do you know where you can find more living things in one place than anywhere else in the world? In a tropical rainforest! Rainforests are exactly what their name suggests: warm, dense forests that are very wet.Tropical rainforests are found close to the Earth’s equator, and they are home to millions of plant

  • Amazing Ants

    Amazing Ants0

    Ants are really amazing animals, and some kinds of ants do really amazing things! There are three kinds of ants in a colony: workers, queens, and drones. The workers are all female, and each one has a different job to do to keep the colony running. Drones are males. They have wings, and their only

  • Amazing Atoms

    Amazing Atoms0

    Hey kids, here’s some science fun to try in your kitchen: Take a piece of food, like cheese, and cut it in half. Then you take one half, and cut it in half again. And again. And again. Eventually, if you keep cutting, you’ll end up with a piece that’s too small to cut anymore.

  • Amazing life of bees

    Amazing life of bees0

    Hey kids, do you have any brothers and sisters? Imagine living in a house crammed wall-to-wall with thousands of your sisters, and you have a bit of an idea of what it’s like to be a honey bee. A working bee hive in the summer can be filled with thousands of bees, and if you

  • 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

  • Bats – the little known secret

    Bats – the little known secret0

    Hello kids. Here’s a fun trick to try at home: stretch out your hand. Spread your fingers as wide as you can. Wider. Even wider! Now imagine that each of your fingers was almost the length of your entire body (except for your thumb – that sticks up at the top) and glued together by

  • Biggest Dinosaur in the world discovered

    Biggest Dinosaur in the world discovered0

    Scientists working in the dry deserts of Patagonia, Argentina have found what they believe is the largest type of dinosaur ever. After a farmer told them about finding massive bones, the scientists (known as paleontologists) managed to uncover more than 150 bones from the skeletons of 7 animals of this new species of dinosaur which

  • Blood is a Battlefield

    Blood is a Battlefield0

    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.

  • Body odour: A smelly way to say “I love you”

    Body odour: A smelly way to say “I love you”0

    We all sweat – it’s part of what makes us mammals. It’s also really important; sweating helps us keep our bodies at the same temperature and gives toxins and other nasty things a way out of our bodies. So why does everyone think that sweating is a bad thing? If you’re like most people, your