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North America Facts For Kids | History, Geography, People

North America is one of the largest continents in the world—third only to Asia and Africa. The America is not only rich in wild...
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Rocky Mountain National Park Facts | Geography, Flora & Fauna, Climate

The Rocky Mountain National Park lies in the northern Colorado. It is thought to occupy 1,040 square kilometers of land. The park offers one...
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Mount Kilimanjaro Facts For Kids | Highest Peak of Africa

The Mount Kilimanjaro is not only the largest mountain in Africa it is also the world’s tallest freestanding mountain reaching 19,340 feet above the...
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Arctic Facts For Kids | Animals, Plants, People, Weather

The Arctic is home to many animals and humans especially those that have adapted to living in extreme cold climates. No wonder it is...
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Air Pollution for Kids | Types, Sources and Effects

Smoke is one of the forms of air pollution. Various natural sources emit smoke into the atmosphere. Humans are mainly responsible for making the...

Layers of the Atmosphere for Kids

The atmosphere of the earth is made up of a mixture of gases. This pool of gases behaves like a ‘filter’ and saves us...

Greenhouse Effect for Kids | Meaning and Causes

  In 1824, the process of greenhouse effect was first noticed by a French physicist named Joseph Fourier. He was the first scientist to consider...

Metamorphic Rocks for Kids | Origin and Classification

Metamorphic rocks for kids brings to you some of the interesting facts about these rocks. To begin with, the word ‘Metamorphism’ comes from joining two...

Sedimentary Rocks for Kids | Origin and Classification

When a solid rock is exposed to air, the air cuts loose tiny particles from the surface of rock. This geological process in which...

Igneous Rocks for Kids | Origin and Classification

Igneous rocks for kids brings some of the interesting and basic facts about these rocks. The interior of the earth is extremely hot. The...

Sydney Opera House Facts for Kids | Venue for Art Performances

Located on the dock of the most densely populated Australian city, Sydney Opera House is a venue for various art performances. The natural harbor...
White House Facts For Kids

White House Facts For Kids | Official Residence Of The US President

White House is an office as well as home for the President of USA. Every US President uses it as his home and this...
Uluru Facts For Kids

Uluru Facts For Kids | Historical landmark Of Australia

Uluru is a small hill in Australia and is usually referred to as Monadnock. It is also known as inselberg which means ‘island mountain’....

Sahara Desert Facts For Kids | Hottest Desert Of The World

Sahara desert is the world’s hottest desert. The size of Sahara is almost equal to the size of China which makes it third biggest...
River Nile Facts For Kids

River Nile Facts For Kids | Longest River Of The World

River Nile is the world’s longest river. It supplies water to 11 countries but it is the main water source for two countries: Egypt...
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Mount Fuji Facts For Kids | Highest Peak In Japan

Mount Fuji is situated on Honshu Island in Japan and it is by far the biggest Japanese peak. The most eye-catching feature of Mount...
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Hurricane Katrina Facts For Kids | The Costliest US Disaster

Hurricane Katrina is basically a tropical cyclone that occurs mostly within a period of 6 months starting from June and ends on the last...
San Francisco - Golden Gate Bridge Facts For Kids

Golden Gate Bridge Facts For Kids

There was no route to reach San Francisco from Marin County before the completion of Golden Gate Bridge. The Ferry service was therefore, introduced...
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Bermuda Triangle Facts For Kids | The Devil’s Triangle

Bermuda triangle is a loosely defined area in the western North Atlantic Ocean where everything seems to disappear. The triangle stretches from the island...

South America Facts For Kids

South America is the world’s fourth largest continent by area. It has the world’s largest rivers and rainforests and the continent offers a wide...

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