Stingrays can be pretty large. But just how big is the biggest one? Read on to find out – and do the math!
Bedtime Math fan Mia G. asked us, how far does a dolphin’s sound travel? Read on to find out, and make some noise with the super speedy dolphin sound math!
What animal is this? It looks like a mix of an otter, beaver, and duck, but it’s actually a platypus. Read on to find out more about the platypus – and discover the numbers behind this crazy creature!
If you’ve ever tried to hold your breath, you know if gets harder and harder as time ticks by. But did you know there are some animals that can hold their breath for 10 minutes, 20 minutes, and even longer? Read on to see which animals are masters at holding their breaths, and take a breath of fresh math!
When you go to the beach, it’s fun to search for seashells. But one guy recently found something bigger than that! Read on to find out what this surprise was – and sink your teeth into the math.
Electric eels may not technically be eels, but they are definitely electric! These awesome animals can be over 6 feet long and deliver a 600-volt shock. Read on to see just how many batteries you could replace by having one pet electric eel – and do the shocking math behind these crazy creatures.
Lobsters are those reddish-pink, claw-waving sea critters who hope not to get caught and become someone’s tasty dinner. Well, two lobsters have escaped being eaten simply by looking really cool. Click “Read More” to find out how their good looks saved them, and do the lobster math.