‘Science and Nature’
Frogs seem slippery and slimy. But this frog can pull some crazy tricks. Read on for the math on its shape-shifting secrets!
These cute cow quadruplets are 1 in a million, or even better. Read on to do the cow math!
Ever wonder how your paper, plastic, and glass magically get recycled and used again? Read on to uncover the mystery and crunch the numbers on recycling
Manatees might look funny and be missing some teeth, but in Florida they’re in charge right now. Read on to hear the numbers!
What’s special about today? It’s the first day of spring, but it’s also the equinox, when our Sun does some special math tricks for us. Read on to run the numbers on our place in space today!
Looking for a new sunny beach to visit? Wait a few months and a volcano might make one for you! Read on to do the math on instant tropical islands.
How many octopus arms does it take to hold a camera? A real octopus showed us – read on to do the math and find out!
The sky is blue – but only to us Earthlings. Read on to find out how Martians answer the question, “What color is the sky?”
Do you like living with smelly penguins and carrying mail over ice and snow? Then we have the job for you! Read on to run the numbers on the craziest job ever.
What’s the quickest way to travel in the wild? One weasel figured it out. Read on to find out and soar through the math!