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Mars measures 4,219 miles long. It’s about half the size of Earth. November 28 is “Red Planet Day” in the United States. The date of this unofficial holiday commemorates the day in 1964 when Mariner 4, a robotic interplanetary probe, was launched by NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) to visit Mars! It’s the perfect...
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There’s no record of a turkey at the First Thanksgiving, but they definitely ate seafood. More than four hundred years ago, 101 English settlers arrived at what is now Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where the Wampanoag people had lived for over 12,000 years. Together they celebrated the harvest in what is now known as the First...
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Attention, foodie explorers and inquisitive kids! 🍎🍔  Welcome to the ultimate list of fun food facts that’ll make your next family dinner or class a trivia fest.  If you’re looking to dazzle your students, kids, or just feed your brain some delicious tidbits, you’ve landed on the tastiest corner of the Internet! I’m Calie, a...
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August 13th is International Wolf Day. August 13th is International Wolf Day, and there’s no better time to celebrate these amazing animals. Although they often play the role of a villain or “the big bad wolf” in fairy tales and movies, wolves generally are not harmful to humans, and prefer not to interact with us....
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Elephants are highly intelligent, sensitive, and emotional animals. Saturday, August 12th is World Elephant Day, and there is no better time to learn about the largest land animal on earth. These majestic animals are sensitive, emotional, and highly intelligent. But the elephant species is also endangered, and they could be extinct by the end of...
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Cheetahs have over 2000 black spots on their body. December 4th is International Cheetah Day!  What better way to celebrate these incredible cats than by learning some interesting facts about them? In this article, you’ll learn cool cheetah facts like how fast they can actually run, why their baby cubs have full-body mohawks, how many...
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International Tiger Day is July 29th, so there’s no better time to learn about these fascinating big cats. These amazing animals capture the imagination of humans for their massive size and majestic power. But did you know that they have antiseptic saliva? That they false eyes on the back of their ears? Or that no...
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International Tiger Day is July 29th, so there’s no better day to learn about White Tigers. These rare animals capture the imagination of humans for their striking white fur and blue eyes. White Tigers in captivity. But what gives them their unique appearance? Are they different from orange tigers? How many of them are left...
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Deserts are among the most fascinating of Planet Earth’s biomes.  They’re found all over the world, on every continent. And despite their extreme conditions, they are home to abundant plant and animal life.  Here are 50 interesting facts about deserts that your kids will love: 1. A desert, or desert biome, is a place that...
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