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Outdoors Just For Kids
For many years scientists have been amazed by bar-headed geese, which fly over the high Himalayan Mountains while migrating between India or Tibet.
Ever seen a bowhead whale with a cane? No? Well, these big mammals may not use canes, but they certainly get old — possibly living more than 200 years.
Did you know that crocodiles are the closest living relatives of birds?
We take a lot of things for granted that some scientists spend a lot of time thinking about. One of those things is called “complex control.”
Merry Christmas! Ha! Ha! Ha!
Being a youngster and trying to find a present for your mom, dad or grandparent is tough. Old people seem to already have all of the stuff they need, and the stuff they want is too darned expensive for a kid on an allowance or a depleted piggy bank.
Humans have a lot of stuff made out of plastic. Many of your toys probably contain plastic. Water, milk and soda bottles are made of plastic. Many parents also choose plastic grocery sacks to carry food home in.
Have you ever heard of a flying squid?
So you thought there was nothing to know about turkeys except whether you liked drumsticks or white meat. Think again. Here are eight facts about the big wild birds.
This may sound like a story better told around Halloween, but did you know that there is a deer that lives in Afghanistan that has big fangs?
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