Busting the Myths About Sacagawea
May 12, 2022
In May 1804— 218 years ago this month — Sacagawea departed with the expedition headed by William Clark and Meriweather Lewis, a great trek to explore the Louisiana Purchase, which would become the western United States. Those are the facts —...
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Here Comes the Sun
November 13, 2019
…and a bunch of fun facts about
that glowing yellow orb in the sky. The sun's temperature On average, the sun burns at about 10,000° Fahrenheit. But that’s just on the surface. The sun's core The central core of the sun serves a...
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Big News Stories About Bigfoot
August 13, 2019
Bigfoot, Sasquatch, the Yeti —
whatever you want to call the (probably) mythical hairy forest beast, the big
guy is an undeniable newsmaker. Oh deer, a Bigfoot! A woman from Tensed, Idaho (unnamed
in news reports) was driving on U....
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The Latest Buzz on Bees
July 5, 2019
Oh honey, “hive” got a feeling
you’re going to love reading these news stories about bees. It’s very much your
beeswax. Bee Listening About a year ago, a couple living in
a house in Granada, in southern Spain, noticed bees in their...
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The Story Behind Tree Day USA
April 25, 2019
Didn’t we just celebrate Earth Day? Well, now it’s time for
that other April holiday about green things that grow: Arbor Day. The appreciation of trees in
America, and all their benefits both biological and eye-pleasing, long
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