A few Hacks and Facts on KidzSearch

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Delete Notifications Here is how to easily delete notifications. There will be a checkbox on the left side of the notifications in your KN profile. Check it, and down below all your notifications there will be a box which says bulk actions. Change it to delete, or mark them as read. Photos in Posts Did […]

Voyager Sends Signals Again. New Horizons.

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Hello, guys! Today we are taking about Voyager 2’s return and the New Horizons probe. Voyager 2 is a space probe used by NASA to explore Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. It was launched way back in 1977. Woo! Woo! Here is a pretend story of how I think a call between the Voyager space […]

Stars!!

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By SpaceBee What are Stars? Stars are astrological objects, made of various gasses, like hydrogen or helium. Stars are held together by their own gravity. When stars die they supernova (Suddenly increasing their brightness due to an explosion, causing them to lose most of their mass). Stars often take millions of years to supernova. Many say a […]

Five Most Popular Misconceptions Debunked: Part 5

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We’re now on part 5, which will be the series finale to our popular misconception series. I hope you had fun and learned a lot while reading them. And if you haven’t read the other parts yet, you can visit parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 on KidzNet. Read on to discover more persistent common […]

Cool Cat Facts

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Here are some interesting cat facts! Did you know that cats have been domesticated pets for close to 10,000 years! Also, did you know that when a cat climbs up a tree, they sometimes can’t get down. Their paws are designed to climb, but have troubles going down things. Female cats are called queens and […]

Five Most Popular Misconceptions Debunked: Part 4

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We’re now on part 4 in our popular misconception series. If you haven’t read the other parts yet and want to catch up, you can read parts 1, 2, and 3 on KidzNet. I have gathered some of the most popular myths and misconceptions again. And without further ado, we’ll unpack them one by one, […]

Five Most Popular Misconceptions Debunked: Part 3

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Many of us thought popular myths and misconceptions were “facts” before, because, let’s be honest, several of them may have been taught to us in school. We may have even have heard some from our parents, or other people time and time again. That’s why it’s important to call out all these false concepts so […]

Five Most Popular Misconceptions Debunked: Part 2

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Last time, I shared with you some of the widespread misconceptions that people still believe to be true but are, in fact, inaccurate. I noticed that several of you were intrigued by what they have read, so I thought, why not make a series of posts about other popular misconceptions? For today, we’re going to […]

Five Popular Misconceptions: Part 1

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There are widespread ideas that many people still believe to be true but are surprisingly scientifically inaccurate. Today, I’m going to share with you some of these popular misconceptions. We are going to unpack them one by one, including the truth behind them. Banana Fruit Grows on Trees Have you ever eaten a banana? If […]

Wonders Of The True North: Butterflies.

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Butterflies are a sparkling insect. Let me tell you more. Certain ones, like the Monarch butterfly are now considered to be an endangered species, but there is hope… People are doing things to help these fluttering friends. They are master pollinators and help plants grow. Without pollinators and plants, much of our food we be […]

The Legendary Dry Land Of The Saudis: 1-Cactuses

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Cactuses are a spikey-wikey plants. Let me tell you more. Cactuses live in desserts. They store water in Pads and the stem. They can be bought and put in your home, but you cannot overwater them because they store water for a long time. Some of them are poisonous and some are not. We can […]

Carpet Pythons

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Carpet pythons are beautiful species. Lifespan: Wild:15-20 years. Captivity: 30 years. Where they live: Australia and captivity. In the wild and mostly where it is hot. Coloration: Leaf-like pattern , or albino (white-yellow). Why they have coloration: They have a leaf-like pattern to hide them from things that may eat them and their prey. What […]

Cool Facts About Snakes!

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Snakes are part of the Reptila class. Their scientific name is Serpentes. There are around 3,686 species of snakes. The fastest snake in the world is the black mamba. It can slither up to 12.5 mph. They can also lift a third of their body off the ground while slithering. Some species of snakes can […]

Cool Facts About Ducks and Geese!

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Ducks and Geese are part of the animal family Anatidae There are around 120 species of ducks The oldest duck lived to 27 and was a mallard duck Ducks have very few nerves in their feet, allowing them to swim in cold water without their feet getting cold The way geese’s eyes are shaped allows […]