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Students set record for hugging trees
They hope it was the largest tree hug ever. More than 2,000 people, mostly students, celebrated World Environment Day this week. They were in Nepal's capital, Katmandu. All wanted to...
They hope it was the largest tree hug ever. More than 2,000 people, mostly students, celebrated World Environment Day this week. They were in Nepal's capital, Katmandu. All wanted to...
They hope it was the largest tree hug ever. More than 2,000 people, mostly students, celebrated World Environm...
- Posted on June 6, 2014
New frogs found. And they “dance.”
Fourteen new species of dancing frogs have been found. They are in the jungle mountains of southern India. The tiny amphibians earned their name with the unusual kicks they use to attract ma...
Fourteen new species of dancing frogs have been found. They are in the jungle mountains of southern India. The tiny amphibians earned their name with the unusual kicks they use to attract ma...
Fourteen new species of dancing frogs have been found. They are in the jungle mountains of southern India. The...
- Posted on May 22, 2014
Pampered cows pay off for farmer
Jusuf Arifajic's cows sleep on mattresses. They rest in a barn with a computerized air conditioning and lighting system. They are bathed regularly. They even get massages. Relaxing music makes sure...
Jusuf Arifajic's cows sleep on mattresses. They rest in a barn with a computerized air conditioning and lighting system. They are bathed regularly. They even get massages. Relaxing music makes sure...
Jusuf Arifajic's cows sleep on mattresses. They rest in a barn with a computerized air conditioning and lighting syst...
- Posted on May 14, 2014
How were the pyramids built? Maybe with water
It has been a been a mystery for centuries. How did the ancient Egyptians move the huge stone blocks needed to build the pyramids? Did they use sleds, ramps, wheels, logs? There's even a theory tha...
It has been a been a mystery for centuries. How did the ancient Egyptians move the huge stone blocks needed to build the pyramids? Did they use sleds, ramps, wheels, logs? There's even a theory tha...
It has been a been a mystery for centuries. How did the ancient Egyptians move the huge stone blocks needed to build ...
- Posted on May 2, 2014
People in Mexico pamper their pups
Camila celebrated her first birthday in a blue-and-white striped dress. She played with her guests in a room decorated with pink balloons, lilacs and Hello Kitty posters. When the cake arriv...
Camila celebrated her first birthday in a blue-and-white striped dress. She played with her guests in a room decorated with pink balloons, lilacs and Hello Kitty posters. When the cake arriv...
Camila celebrated her first birthday in a blue-and-white striped dress. She played with her guests in a room decorate...
- Posted on April 17, 2014
Argentina’s new tigers are a triple treat
Argentina’s Buenos Aires Zoo is showing off its latest brood of white tigers. They are Bengal triplets. They have piercing blue eyes and a playful attitude. Argentina is a country at the s...
Argentina’s Buenos Aires Zoo is showing off its latest brood of white tigers. They are Bengal triplets. They have piercing blue eyes and a playful attitude. Argentina is a country at the s...
Argentina’s Buenos Aires Zoo is showing off its latest brood of white tigers. They are Bengal triplets. They have p...
- Posted on April 17, 2014
Tiny cup costs big bucks: $36 million
A Shanghai collector paid a record $36 million for a rare Ming Dynasty cup. Shanghai is a big city in China. The dainty, white cup from the 15th century measures just 3 inches in diameter. I...
A Shanghai collector paid a record $36 million for a rare Ming Dynasty cup. Shanghai is a big city in China. The dainty, white cup from the 15th century measures just 3 inches in diameter. I...
A Shanghai collector paid a record $36 million for a rare Ming Dynasty cup. Shanghai is a big city in China. T...
- Posted on April 9, 2014
Reindeer get glowing antlers, but no red noses
The country of Finland wants to reduce the number of car accidents at night. The accidents are caused when cars hit roaming caribou. So the reindeer are getting a glittering antler makeover. ...
The country of Finland wants to reduce the number of car accidents at night. The accidents are caused when cars hit roaming caribou. So the reindeer are getting a glittering antler makeover. ...
The country of Finland wants to reduce the number of car accidents at night. The accidents are caused when cars hit r...
- Posted on March 4, 2014
French zoo shows off rare lion cubs
Three Asiatic lion cubs are on display for the first time. They appeared at a zoo in eastern France. These new cubs raise slim hopes for one of the world's rarest species. There are about 30...
Three Asiatic lion cubs are on display for the first time. They appeared at a zoo in eastern France. These new cubs raise slim hopes for one of the world's rarest species. There are about 30...
Three Asiatic lion cubs are on display for the first time. They appeared at a zoo in eastern France. These new cubs r...
- Posted on March 3, 2014
Consider the life of a performing monkey
Performing monkeys are a part of daily life in many cities in Pakistan. They can be seen doing tricks and entertaining people. Typically, they are dressed up in sparkly outfits and clothes. ...
Performing monkeys are a part of daily life in many cities in Pakistan. They can be seen doing tricks and entertaining people. Typically, they are dressed up in sparkly outfits and clothes. ...
Performing monkeys are a part of daily life in many cities in Pakistan. They can be seen doing tricks and entertainin...
- Posted on February 23, 2014