This is part 4 of a 7 part hands-on unit study on anatomy of the human body. Demonstrate how each part of the digestive system works using crackers, pantyhose, create teeth molds, prepare and eat a salad while discussing healthy eating habits, and more! These lessons are geared toward 4th-5th grade...
Some people have some pretty odd ideas about what evolution is. This page explains some of the things evolution is not.
The often demonized Great White Shark plays upon the most primal fears of the human psyche. Over the last fifty years the British media has reveled in publishing headlines about these apex predators.
What is the Elm Seed bug? How to prevent Elm Seed bug infestations? Read more to learn tips on Elm Seed bug extermination and prevention.
Developing a healthy inner-self increases our chances of wisely navigating artificial feed back loops. It also assists us in harnessing the power of our naturally occurring feed back loops.
Spiders come in all shapes and sizes, but this article looks at the biggest of the bunch, listing the top 5 biggest species.
Much has been written about dinosaurs and the fury of T-Rex in popular culture; but are you aware there were giant creatures dominating Earth's oceans long, long before the dino-era ending 65 million years ago?
Often when we think of extinction, we think of dinosaurs, but there are animals who have become extinct much more recently, some even as early as last year.
Butterflies and the flowers combo has always attracted humans. The colourful and short-lived creatures present a pleasant visual experience. There are about 750 species of butterflies in the USA.
This article provides a reality check on the nearly universally loved and worshiped cetacean species.