Mountain Goat Facts: Animals of North America
These highly adaptive mammals are known as much for being able to keep their balance on rocky ledges as they are for their...
What is Gold?
This element has a wide range of applicable uses as a result of its low reactivity and high malleability which go well beyond the pure accumulation of...
The Worst Volcanic Eruptions In History
Apart from the fatal aspects of a volcanic eruption, these inflicted major economic damages as well.
Killer Whale Facts: Animals of North America
Also known as Orcas, these predators have a range encompassing virtually the entirety of the Earth's oceans.
What is Coal?
This combustible rock has played an immense role in human activity and technology.
Giraffe Facts - Animals of Africa
These large creatures call a range of over ten African countries their home, but are in greater danger today than ever before.
Anhinga Facts: Animals of North America
These North and Central American birds are adept swimmers with unique physical characteristics which help them hunt for fish.
California Condor Facts: Animals of North America
Though it is the largest American land bird, the California Condor is also critically endangered today.
Bottlenose Dolphin Facts: Animals of North America
These highly intelligent and adaptive mammals have a wide range of habitat spanning across three oceans.
What is Barite?
The very name for this mineral comes from the Greek word for its its unusually heavy weight.
What is Diamond?
Diamonds are incredibly durable and impossible to scratch through conventional means, but what are its practical uses in society?
Cactus Bee Facts: Animals of North America
California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado are the most popular homes for this American species of bee.
Emperor Penguin Facts: Animals of Antarctica
The heaviest and tallest of all penguin species, the emperor penguin gets its name from its size and upward-pointed beak
Coyote Facts: Animals of North America
This canine is among the most common carnivores native to the North American continent.
Buffalo Facts: Animals of North America
Also known as the Bison, this large bovine species has many distinctive traits separating it from its Eurasian cousins.
The Gray Wolf: Animals of North America
A remarkably adaptable species, the biggest threats to the gray wolf often come as a result of human activities.
Caribou Facts: Animals of North America
Referred to as a reindeer in Eurasia, the caribou have long been an important source of meat and clothing in the Arctic.
Polar Bear Facts: Animals of North America
The largest carnivore on the North American continent, these bears have nonetheless become vulnerable by climate change.
Bald Eagle Facts: Animals of North America
Once on the brink of extinction, this iconic bird now enjoys a thriving population and extended habitat range.