We’ve heard of purring engines before, but not quite like this. A guy drove to work one morning and realized there was a kitten who hopped along for the ride under the hood of his car. Read on to find out this story’s purrfect ending – and do the stowaway kitten math!
World Elephant Day is the perfect day to explore the mighty math in elephants. Read on to see how the numbers add up with these friendly giants.
Ever wonder how different animals eat? Well, wonder no more. In a hilarious video, a guy tries to imitate the ways some animals eat. Read on to see what animals he tries to be like – and crunch some numbers, too!
Food is fun to begin with, but it’s even more fun when it makes a face at you. And apparently, this isn’t as rare as you’d think. Read on to crunch the numbers behind the fun food face math!
It must be confusing to be an arctic woolly bear moth. They do everything differently from other moths, and really any other animal. Read on to find out about these strange creatures – and do the moth math!
A toothbrush is for brushing teeth, right? Well, for one pygmy marmoset named Ninita, it has a much different use. Read on to find out why this teeny tiny monkey likes her toothbrush so much – and brush through the math!
It takes a lot of practice to learn how to jump rope. And it must take a lot more practice and training to teach 13 dogs how to do it – all at once! Read on to see how the math adds up in this paw-fect world record!
From dressing up, to swimming, to imitating vegetables, guinea pigs are busy creatures. They’re so busy that a list was made of the 24 Most Important Guinea Pigs. Read on to find out just how important our furry friends are – and do the math on these impressive pets!
It’s National Zookeeper Week! Zookeepers do a lot more than just hang out with the animals and keep them company. They take care of them and feed them, too. And some animals can really pile on the food! Read on to see how quickly the pounds of food add up when it’s dinnertime at the zoo – and see how much work zookeepers really have to do.
When you think about the nursery rhyme “Hey Diddle Diddle,” a cow seems like an odd choice to jump over the moon, since kangaroos, hares, and other animals can jump a lot higher. Read on to reach new heights with the jumping nursery rhyme math!