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Color is a reflection of light that reaches our eyes. [read more...]
There are many different types of rocks. Some are smooth and shiny, some are rough and shiny, and some are rough and colorful. Besides their appearance, rocks are also different in the ways they are made. [read more...]
More than a million years ago, there were many different types of reptiles, none of which liked to be too hot or too cold. [read more...]
The dinosaurs’ digestive system could have been what made the Earth warmer. About 200 million years ago, during the Mesozoic Era, the world was 18 degrees warmer than it is now. The plant-eating dinosaurs’ digestive systems produced methane gas through burps and passing gas. [read more...]
Have you ever seen a fossil? A fossil is what remains of an animal or plant that has been preserved in rock. [read more...]
Blue Spruce Farm in Bridport, Vermont can now make electricity from cow manure. [read more...]