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Himalayas

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High in the Himalayan mountain range of Asia, climbers cling to a treacherous slope. Every step is a struggle. Finally they reach the summit. ...

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The New England sky in 1859 might have looked similar to this. (Don Landwehrie / Shutterstock)

Auroras

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It is September 2, 1859. There are no cell phones and no telephones. There are no devices for long-distance communication except telegraphs ...

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Rivers

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Rivers and the flowing waters that feed them have many names— creek, stream, brook, rill, runnel, rivulet, watercourse, And many individual ...

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Metamorphosis

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What if you could change into a totally different form? What if you could grow wings and fly? What if you could gain new powers—like lifting 50 ...

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Sound and Vibration

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It’s a planet of sound! Sound starts with just a simple vibration. It’s at the heart of everything from One Direction’s latest song to the ...

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Endangered Species

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Elephants. Tigers. Gorillas. Pandas. Blue Whales. What do these amazing creatures have in common? They are some of the biggest, coolest, and most ...

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Renaissance

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The Renaissance was an explosion of ideas, education, and literacy. It produced some of the greatest artwork and artists in history. The leaders ...

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Ancient Empires

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Armies battling. War horses clad in iron armor charging into battle. Soldiers firing fiery bolts from crossbows and burning towns. Gaining an ...

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Cells

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Cells are the building blocks of all life. People have cells. So do dogs, cats, spiders, and gnats. So do trees and flowers and tomatoes and ...

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