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Awe-ducational: The Rabbit

Thousands of years ago rabbits were only found in parts of Europe and Africa. Over time they were introduced to different parts of the world…
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Awe-ducational: The Chicken

There are over 200 different chicken breeds in the world today. The total number of individual chickens exceeds 10 billion! That means there are more…
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Awe-ducational: The Frog

Frogs come in all shapes, sizes, and colors and on every continent except Antartica. they have evolved to survive in many different habitats, from forest tree tops…
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Awe-ducational: The Wolf

One of the wolves closest living relatives is the domestic dog. Side by side their similarities are clear. However, there are many differences between them…
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Awe-ducational The Snowy Owl

The snowy owl lives in the Arctic near the North Pole, in a place called the tundra. The tundra is flat and treeless, and always cold. During…
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Awe-ducational: The Penguin

The penguin is a flightless bird that is most often associated with icy Antartica. However, penguins are found all throughout the southern hemisphere. The Galapagos…
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Awe-ducational: The Squirrel

There are three main types of squirrels: ground squirrels, tree squirrels, and flying squirrels. Squirrels have fur that ranges in color from light brown to…
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Awe-ducational: The Killer Whale

Killer whales (also known as Orcas), despite their name, belong to the dolphin family. In fact, they are the world’s largest dolphins. Because of their…
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