10 Key Facts About Dolphins

10 Key Facts About Dolphins

Dolphins are highly intelligent creatures. Although they look like fish and live in water, they are mammals. They are very trainable, as seen in shows in aquariums all over the world. Their socialization and high intelligence makes them a favorite …[Continue]

10 Facts About Richard Feynman

10 Facts About Richard Feynman

  Richard Feynman was a physicist who enjoyed explaining the complex world of the science in ordinary terms. He was known for his sense of humor and love of the arts. 1. Birth & Family Richard Feynman was born on …[Continue]

10 Facts about Giant Pandas

10 Facts about Giant Pandas

  1. Name The pandas name means “black and white cat-foot.” This comes from their distinctive black and white coloring. Pandas have black ears, eyes, and legs, with white heads and bodies. They are referred to as giant pandas to …[Continue]

10 Facts About Dinosaurs

10 Facts About Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs were one of the first animals to roam the Earth. We are always learning more about them. 1. When did they live? Dinosaurs first appeared in what is known as the Triassic period, 231.4 million years ago. Different species …[Continue]

10 Facts about Mars

10 Facts about Mars

1. Where is Mars? Mars is the fourth Planet from the Sun, after Mercury, Venus, and Earth. Mars is about 141,600,000 miles away from the Sun. The closest Mars has gotten to Earth was about 35 million miles away. However, …[Continue]

10 Facts about Apollo 11

10 Facts about Apollo 11

  1. Moon landing Apollo 11 was the first space flight to land humans on the moon. 2. Crew The crew of the Apollo 11 consisted of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins. Neil Armstrong was the first to …[Continue]

10 Facts About The Pituitary Gland

10 Facts About The Pituitary Gland

Also called the “master gland”, the pituitary gland is an important part of the endocrine system. Its purpose is to make sure the body produces the correct type and amount of hormones at all times. This is essential for the …[Continue]