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Kangaroo Joey

Animal Heroes

March 28, 2017

Be kind to animals—the life they save may be…yours. Captain Kangaroo In 2003 Leonard Richards, 52, was checking his Tanjil South, Australia, emu farm for storm damage when a tree branch came crashing down on his head and knocked him out. Luckily...

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Whale Tail

It Came from a Whale?

March 14, 2017

Seafaring was a major foundation of the world economy in the 1700s and 1800s because of whaling. Hunting whales and processing their fat, teeth, and other parts into useful goods was extremely important and profitable. (So much so that whales are now...

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Paltypus

An Adorable Cure for Diabetes

February 13, 2017

The key to treating to metabolic disease that affects more than 20 million Americans may lie inside the stomach of the duck-billed platypus. There are already many unique things about the platypus, the furry little creatures native to Australia. For...

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Reindeer

Lightning Strikes Kill Hundreds of Reindeer

August 30, 2016

That headline is not a joke. There’s something weird going on in Scandinavia that involves reindeer, and unfortunately it doesn’t involve Santa, red noses, or delivering presents to all the children of the world. Here’s a freak story of the po...

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Strawberry Moon

If It's June, It Must Be a Strawberry Moon

June 27, 2016

A full moon is never just a full moon. For while they happen semi-regularly—about once a month, usually in the middle—where it falls in the year gives each full moon a special distinction. These originated primarily in New England, where many com...

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