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alex, 11/19/2018
Binary: How Do Computers Talk?

You might've heard somewhere that computers only understand 1s and 0s. And believe it or not, this is true! Everyt... more

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Science Journal for Kids, 10/11/2018
How Do Pesticides Get into Honey?

Honey is nature’s sweetest gift. But did you know that honey may contain pesticides? Farmers use pesticid... more

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Science Journal for Kids, 10/11/2018
When Did Bison Arrive in North America?

Did you know that the North American bison (aka American buffalo) was once an immigrant? Its ancestors migrated f... more

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Science Journal for Kids, 10/11/2018
Where Does Australia's Wildlife Hide?

People often think that endangered plants and animals are tucked away in a protected park somewhere in the wilderne... more

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Science Journal for Kids, 10/2/2018
How Do Dogs Make Trouble for Wildlife in the Andes?

What do pets and wild animals have in common? Some pets - like dogs, for instance - can easily turn back into wil... more

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alex, 9/8/2018
SI Units

If you've looked at some of the experiments or facts on Experimonkey, you may have noticed that we don't use some... more

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alex, 9/7/2018
Why is Recycling Important?

If you've ever seen a landfill, it shouldn't come as a surprise that humans make a huge amount of garbage. Sadly, t... more

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alex, 9/6/2018
The Scientific Method

The Scientific Method is the name given to the steps we take when we want to investigate something. It helps... more

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