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A New Trail of Dinosaur Footprints

Paleontologists are scientists who study dinosaurs and fossils. Fossils are preserved remains of prehistoric life. Bones, teeth, and footprints are types of fossils. Paleontologists use this information to understand what life was like when dinosaurs … Read more

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Images from a Telescope

Have you ever looked at the sky through a telescope? A telescope makes stars and planets appear closer to Earth. The James Webb Space Telescope, or Webb, is the most powerful space telescope ever built. … Read more

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What is a Salmon Run?

Do you know anyone that has run a long race? Salmon are fish that train their whole lives for one event. It’s called the salmon run. But salmon do not run, they swim. Once a … Read more

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How Does Wind Make Energy?

If you have ever blown out a candle, you have watched wind turn into energy. You created wind to blow out the flame. Nature creates the wind we feel outside. We cannot see the wind, … Read more

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Can a Rainbow Smile?

Have you ever seen a rainbow that looks like a smile? Most rainbows are shaped like a frown. Rainbows are something called an optic effect.  This allows us to see a colorful arc in the … Read more

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Dribble, Pass, Score!

It’s time for March Madness in the world of college basketball! Do you enjoy sports and competition? Watching March Madness probably makes you want to grab a basketball and play with your friends. Did you … Read more

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Jumping Rope for Healthy Hearts

February is American Heart Month. Your heart is important. It keeps you alive by pumping blood to different parts of your body. Your heart is a muscle. It needs exercise and good nutrition to stay … Read more

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Hard as a Rock

Have you ever collected stones? There are many different kinds. They can be rough or smooth. They can have many colors. Did you know the strongest stone in the world can have no color at … Read more