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How much of Earth's surface is covered with water?

Earth the blue planet

From California's coast, the Pacific Ocean streches as far as you can see. An ocean is a large body ... more

By: jabria
2009-06-15 17:01:09
Number of views: 840

How are body materials transported?


Materials are moving through your body all the time. They include nutrients from the food you eat, o... more

By: jabria
2009-06-15 03:18:53
Number of views: 277

The Nile River

The Longest River

From Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia: The Nile is a major north-flowing river in Africa, generally... more

By: Zookeeper
2008-03-01 01:17:30
Number of views: 5007


Body Worlds take guests on a stunning and educational journey through the human body. View the muscles, bones and tendons that allow us to walk, run and play. See how our bodies respond to movement and physical challenges. Learn how the body works when it's healthy and how it breaks down when it's not.

BODY WORLDS EXHIBITIONS Have you seen Gunther von Hagens' Body Worlds exhibitions? These are firs... more

By: natali
2007-11-20 23:10:30
Number of views: 21261

The Amazon River

The Greatest River

The Amazon River of South America is tha largest river in the world by volume. Located in the Amazon... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-08-11 17:38:32
Number of views: 53891

Tallest and smallest men on earth

Check out the worlds tallest and smallest men in one picture

The world's tallest man, Bao Xishun, who stands 2.36 meters (7.9 feet), shakes hands with He Pingpin... more

By: maya
2007-07-27 03:06:15
Number of views: 5521

Tallest and Smallest Living Horse

Check out the tallest and smalles living horses in one picture

Radar, a Belgian draft horse and reigning Guinness World Record holder as the 'Tallest Living Horse,... more

By: maya
2007-07-27 03:02:23
Number of views: 71265

This Weekend: Will Harry Potter really be part of the Secret Order Of the Science Castle?

As you know we are forming a Secret Order to solve the mystery at Science Castle ...

As you know we are forming a Secret Order to solve the mystery at Science Castle. (Scarily strange t... more

By: headmaster
2007-07-15 05:14:22
Number of views: 505

Zebra and Horse crossbreed 'Eclyse'

A photo provided by the Zoo Safari and Hollywoodpark Stukenbrock

A photo provided by the Zoo Safari and Hollywoodpark Stukenbrock shows the zebra and horse crossbree... more

By: einstein
2007-06-29 03:36:48
Number of views: 1163

Liger is the hybrid of a male lion and a female tiger

In this photo released by China's official Xinhua news agency, a liger named Ping Ping rests on the ground in the Hainan Tropical Wildlife Park in Haikou, capital of south China's Hainan Province, on Sunday May 27, 2007.

Ping Ping, which is one of the seven ligers in the zoo, celebrated its second birthday on May 2. Its... more

By: einstein
2007-06-01 04:27:14
Number of views: 1963

Anton Van Leeuwenhoek

He saw Animalcules!

Thonius Philips van Leeuwenhoek (pronounced 'vahn Layvenhook') was a Dutch tradesman and scientist f... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-05-24 15:09:32
Number of views: 4211

Robert Hooke

Best Known for discovering the CELL!

Robert Hooke was fascinated by the sciences, particularly biology, from his early childhood. Like hi... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-05-24 15:04:05
Number of views: 5399


The tradition

Halloween started with the Ancient Celts. All Hallows Eve (which became the word Halloween) was the ... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-05-23 23:23:36
Number of views: 534

Animals- Fast Facts

Here is a list of fun, fast facts on animals.

Mammals are the only animals with flaps around the ears. African elephants only have four teeth... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-05-23 23:20:12
Number of views: 2147

Bees may be used to detect landmines

The Bee

Tiny radio plates the size of a rice grain will be attached to honey bees to detect antipersonnel la... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-05-23 23:08:00
Number of views: 561

Bug Biting Plants

The most common, The Venus Flytrap

Like other plants, Venus' Flytraps gather nutrients from gases in the air and nutrients in the soil.... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-05-23 22:51:33
Number of views: 791 announces the World's first Online Zoo

LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA - the Silicon Valley based online school that specializes in children's education announces the world's first online zoo.

The online school enables its students to watch animals live in five different locations across the ... more

By: Deputy Headmistress
2007-05-22 03:31:17
Number of views: 1168

Polar Bears

Polar Bears are cool.

The polar bear (Ursus maritimus), also known as the white bear, northern bear, sea bear, ice bear or... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-05-21 15:09:33
Number of views: 1158

Talking Fish

The famous clown fish, well-known from the movie "Finding Nemo", communicate via sounds. Researchers found out which technique they use to talk with each other: They move their jaws and teeth.

The fact that the clown fish Nemo can talk is completely normal for children. After all the small mu... more

By: einstein
2007-05-21 00:10:26
Number of views: 192235

Bug Biting Plants

The Pitcher Plant

Pitcher plants are carnivorous plants whose prey-trapping mechanism features a deep cavity filled wi... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-05-20 04:04:39
Number of views: 2563

Bug Biting Plants

The Sundew Plant

The Sundews (Drosera) comprise one of the largest genera of carnivorous plants, with over 170 specie... more

By: Zookeeper
2007-05-19 00:00:18
Number of views: 3363

Gregor Mendel

He revolutionized biology with his study of pea plants.

(July 20, 1822[1] January 6, 1884) was a Moravian[2] Augustinian priest and scientist often called... more

By: jwspackerfan
2007-05-18 15:26:39
Number of views: 2605



A person who specializes in taxonomy and especially the taxonomy of plants and animals

By: Zookeeper
2007-05-16 23:22:57
Number of views: 495

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