Capybaras are the world’s largest rodents. They are semi-aquatic, and spend much of their time in or around water. Let’s learn some amazing capybara facts …
Snow Leopard Facts For Kids
Snow Leopards are big cats that live in central and south Asia. These beautiful animals are endangered due to habitat loss and hunting. This page contains information, pictures and a list of snow leopard facts for kids.
International Polar Bear Day
International Polar Bear Day is held on 27 February, and is now in its 10th year. The day was made popular by the charity Polar Bears International, in order to raise awareness of the effect climate change is having on the polar bear’s habitat.
Toucan Facts And Information For Kids
With their huge bills and striking plumage, toucans are some of the world’s most recognisable birds. This page contains toucan information and is part of our Rainforest Animals series. At the bottom of the page you will find a list of toucan facts for kids. Let’s take a trip to the rainforest to learn about this amazing bird!
Part of our Rainforest Animals facts series.
Facts About Rhinos
The name ‘rhinoceros’ comes from two old Greek words put together. The word ‘rhino‘ means nose and ‘ceros‘ means horn. So a rhinoceros is really just a nose-horn! This makes sense because the horn is the first thing you notice about a rhino! Want to learn more facts about rhinos? Do you want to know where they live and what they eat? Or perhaps you just want to know the plural of rhinoceros? (it’s rhinoceros or rhinoceroses by the way!) Read on for all this and more…
Kangaroo Information And Facts For Kids
Kangaroos are only found in the wild in Australia. Kangaroos don’t move around by walking. Instead, they move from place to place by jumping, using their strong legs and big feet to propel themselves along.
This page is full of kangaroo information and amazing facts about kangaroos for kids. There’s even a video of boxing kangaroos! Lets learn more about these awesome creatures…
The First Signs Of Spring
It was only a couple of weeks ago that I was writing about how cold it was.
Well, what a difference a fortnight makes! Although it’s still a bit frosty in the mornings, every day seems to be getting a bit more ‘spring-like’.
It’s not just that the sun is shining. There are other little clues that spring is on its way…
Chimpanzee information, with pictures, facts and video. This page is part of the Active Wild Endangered Animals series.
Facts About Sharks For Kids
There’s more to sharks than big teeth and scary music! These facts about sharks for kids may change your mind about these awesome animals …
Everyone knows what elephants look like: they’re big, gray and wrinkly… and they have trunks! African elephants weigh up to 7 tonnes – that’s the same as about three cars! Let’s discover some more interesting elephant facts…
Density For Kids
This page is all about density. It will show you what density is, how it is defined and how it is measured. The article includes a simple explanation and facts about density for kids.
Density Trick Question
Our investigation of density starts with a common trick question:
Which is heaviest, 1 kilogram of gold or 1 kilogram of feathers?