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Spiders And Snakes And Rodents, Oh My! March 26, 2021

Australia seems to be dealing with a lot! Two years ago, bushfires ravaged the country and caused colossal damage. Now, it’s the rain’s turn to at

Gorillas Feel Better After Receiving COVID Vaccine March 20, 2021

There’s good news in the animal kingdom—a troop of gorillas from the San Diego Zoo Safari Park are doing much better after they received a COV

The Biggest Pollination Event In The World March 5, 2021

Did you know that 80 percent of the world’s almond supply comes from California? More specifically, the valleys of central California. Most of the a

Endangered Species No More? March 5, 2021

Did you know that in 1996, scientists cloned a sheep called Dolly? The cells from adult sheep cells were used to create an embryo that was then born a

ICARUS Is More Than A Greek God February 26, 2021

In Greek mythology, Icarus is the son of a craftsman who tried to escape from an island with wings made of wax (spoiler alert: he flew too close to th

A Dessert Just For Dogs! February 12, 2021

Have you ever had a scoop of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream? Its colorful and fun-looking pints are hard to miss in the grocery store and we don

The Smallest Lizard In The World? February 12, 2021

When you think of the biggest lizard in the world, do you immediately think of Godzilla? No? Well, we do (although we know, we know, Godzilla isn̵

An Unfurgettable Puppy Bowl January 29, 2021

If you’re a fan of football, you’re probably looking forward to Super Bowl LV, happening on February 7th. But if you’re a fan of pup

Watch Out! Reindeer Crossing! January 29, 2021

Ever wonder why bridges are made? Bridges are usually built to connect two pieces of land, making it easier for both goods and people to travel from o