Bighorn Sheep

From padded split hooves made to scale rocky terrain to reflective fur, bighorn sheep have what it takes to survive in the desert! These tough animals survive even the driest of...

Capybaras

Capybaras are the world’s largest rodents! Thriving at the water’s edge deep in the rain forests of South America, these unusual critters know how to keep busy. Whether...

Polar Bears

Polar bears are built for subzero temperatures! With black skin to absorb the sun’s rays, two layers of thick fur to trap heat, and blubber lying under their skin, these bears...

Reindeer

Reindeer are migrating masters whose hooves change to tackle the different seasons of their Arctic home! In winter, hard, fur-covered hooves protect their feet from the snow and...

Severe Weather

Severe weather can happen over land or water. With varying degrees of severity, it’s important to be aware! Knowing when to take cover and retreat to shelter can keep you safe...

Troop Transport

Airplanes, ships, helicopters, and more! Troop transport missions are all about moving soldiers. The record for most troops moved by ship occurred in 1943. The RMS Queen Mary...

Roanoke: The Lost Colony

The word Croatoan carved onto a post and the letters “CRO” scratched onto a tree. What do these two clues reveal about Roanoke’s missing English colonists? Interested...

Forecasts

A forecast warns us of possible weather conditions. It shows temperature, wind, humidity, and more! Whether hot and sunny, or cold and breezy, knowing the forecast can help you...

Trains

From freight carriers to passenger transports, trains have chugged along throughout history. Over time, these traveling machines have advanced and picked up speed. The fastest...

Precipitation

When you think of precipitation, rain may come to mind. Did you know that precipitation could be a solid, too? Whether rain, sleet, hail, or snow, all precipitate from the sky!...

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