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- 3 45 cows killed by single lightning strike near Darby
- 4 Hail-hit homeowners struggle with mortgage companies over insurance money
- 5 Mother of teen charged with rape facing child sex abuse charges
Spiders can be kind of creepy. They can rappel down on those tiny silk threads and land on your head. In the woods, I hate walking through their webs. They are so sticky.
Chilean devil rays are deeper thinkers than scientists had believed.
The Amazon River is very muddy, so muddy that fish that swim in its water have developed special abilities to live there.
RIVERTON, Wyo. — A teenager has been sentenced to 12 to 18 years in prison for his role in killing a man and beating a woman on a bike trail in Riverton last September.
Mothers are great. When you are little, they help feed you and teach you how to take care of yourself so that when you grow up, you can be independent.
When you drink a soda with a straw, do you ever blow back through the straw and make a bunch of bubbles?
Octopuses are odd-looking creatures. They are members of a class of mollusks called cephalopods, which also includes squid, cuttlefish and nautiluses.
Are you going on a summer vacation this year? Traveling can be fun, but as your parents will remind you — maybe over and over again — it’s also a lot of work. They have to plan the route they will drive, where you will camp and figure out how many meals to pack, buy the groceries and load th…
One day it’s drab outside, the next day there is a colorful bit of fluff and feathers in the front yard that has just accomplished an amazing feat of migration. Some of those birds, weighing just a few ounces, fly thousands of miles from the tropics to the northern forests.
Aaah! Springtime in Billings smells wonderful. That’s thanks to a variety of blooming trees and bushes. Just step outside and take a deep sniff. Then you will see what I mean.
Although polar bears may not slide around on the ice catching Coca-Cola bottles like you’ve seen in television commercials, the big white bruins may be a lot more adaptable to finding different foods than scientists once thought.