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Scientist Profile: Glue-ologist

Scientist Profile: Glue-ologist

Muscles were important to Leslie Hamming when she was a triathlete. Now mussels are. Mussels are a kind of clam. They make an amazing glue that Leslie is trying to mimic. More...

Profile
DragonflyTV/PBS
Carly’s Adventures in Wasp Land

Carly’s Adventures in Wasp Land

Meet Carly Tribull, an entomologist and comic book artist. Hard to believe now, but she was afraid of insects as a child. Check out her work. More...

Profile
AMNH
Anteater Facts Quiz

Anteater Facts Quiz

Challenge yourself with this fact-filled anteater quiz. (Hint: You might want to check out the rest of this page before you take it on!) More...

Interactive
QuizMoz
Anatomy of a Pacemaker

Anatomy of a Pacemaker

Discover how a small metal device about the size of a silver dollar works to keep the heart beating regularly. Now digital, pacemakers can give and receive information remotely. More...

Article
PBS
Arrhythmias

Arrhythmias

Pacemakers are used to help correct heart arrhythmias — irregular heartbeats. Find out more about arrhythmias and why only some people with an arrhythmia need an artificial pacemaker. More...

Article
TeensHealth
Surprise Virus Caused Blue Chicken Eggs

Surprise Virus Caused Blue Chicken Eggs

Blue chicken eggs are now trending among hardcore foodies. Surprisingly, a harmless virus causes this genetic mutation. More...

Article
Futurity
Who Can Resist?

Who Can Resist?

Are pickles insulators or conductors? How about an eraser, a penny, or a piece of bread? Test and sort a bunch of common items to uncover their properties. More...

Interactive
Culverco
Conductivity, Energy Levels, Quantum Mechanics

Conductivity, Energy Levels, Quantum Mechanics

Turn on the light and start the voltage to get electrons rolling in this interactive. Then test different materials for conductivity. More...

Interactive
PhET
Antelope Facts

Antelope Facts

Unlike deer that shed their antlers and grow new ones each year, antelopes have permanent horns. See photos and get more fun facts about these long-legged mammals. More...

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A-Z Animals
Antelope

Antelope

Living in a variety of habitats, from open grasslands to forests, antelopes vary in all sorts of ways: size and shape, diet, social behavior, and defense techniques. Learn more. More...

Article
San Diego Zoo
Pronghorn Antelope

Pronghorn Antelope

Reaching speeds of 60 mph, pronghorn antelope are the fastest land mammals in North America. Watch these fleet-footed beasts and find out why they evolved to be so speedy. More...

Video
Animal Planet
How Wolves Change Rivers

How Wolves Change Rivers

Wolves have transformed the ecosystem and physical geography of Yellowstone. See how their presence caused changes in animal and plant populations, as well as the behavior of rivers. More...

Video
Sustainable Man