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QUIZ: Arthropods, Echinoderms, and Mollusks!

QUIZ: Arthropods, Echinoderms, and Mollusks! Here are fifteen random science questions about arthropods, echinoderms, and mollusks! Give it your best shot and show what you know. But more importantly, have fun.   Hint! The following list of terms are great to know in biology, zoology, and even every day life. The more you discover and …

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Facts About Koalas - Fact Frenzy


Some people find them cute. Some people find them cuddly. But if you went looking for one, chances are you’d find it — sleeping! That’s because koalas spend 90% of their day asleep. In fact, they sleep more than sloths, lions, or any other animal that we know of.

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Facts About the Health Triangle

Facts About the Health Triangle

What does it mean to have good health? Your “total health” refers to three kinds of health — physical health, mental health, and social health. These three things are called the “Health Triangle” model. When people think of their health, it is easy to just think of just their body. Someone might think their health …

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Joke Time!

It is a fact that these are jokes. Whether or not they are funny — well, that is an opinion! A duck goes into a store to buy chapstick. He told the cashier to put it on his bill. I was up all night thinking about the sun. And then it dawned on me. Scientists now …

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Facts About Photosynthesis

“Photosynthesis” is the name for the way plants make their own food. They only use three ingredients — water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide. In the food chain, humans and animals are called “consumers” because our food comes from plants or other animals. But plants and algae are called “producers,” because they make their own food through …

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Facts About Storms

During a single 20-minute thunderstorm, 125 million gallons of water can fall to the earth as rain. The temperature of a lightning bolt is 50,000°F — about five times as hot as the sun’s surface.

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