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The Windiest Places On Earth

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Jessi and Squeaks explore two of the windiest places on Earth: Mount Washington in New Hampshire, USA, and Commonwealth Bay, Antarctica.

Greenhouse Gases Explained

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Watch the video to learn about greenhouse gases, how they work and where they come from.

Antarctica

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If you think it's cold outside where you are, you should try living in the coldest place on Earth: Antarctica! Learn why it's a desert even though it's very cold, and about awesome animals like seals and penguins.

Road Safety Week

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It’s time to help keep everyone safe on the roads.

What Is The Harvest Festival?

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Learn a little about the Harvest Festival and how you can participate.

Dino Road Trip

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Join dinosaur pals Ali the Ankylosaurus and Sean the Iguanodon as they time travel on a Dino Road Trip!

Adventure Cat: Bao Zi

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Bao Zi was so anxious her parents decided she needed some adventure in her life. What they never expected was...she’d become a swimming fanatic!

How To Draw Super Earth

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Our Earth is super powerful, so it's fun to imagine it as a superhero. Follow along with us and draw your own Super Earth.

What Are Waves?

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Let's learn all about the waves that we play in at the beach!

Canada For Kids

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You will learn lots of interesting facts about Canada, like it is the second-largest country in the world.

Learn Ballet With Amani

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On today's Awesome Info Kids, we meet Amani who lives in Durham, North Carolina. She's a ballet dancer.

Germany: Skiing

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Discover the world with Travel Kids!

Earth From Space: UK Heatwave

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The Copernicus Sentinel-3 images show the scale of Britain’s heatwave in August.

Exploring The Taiga Biome

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Taiga biomes cover about 11% of the planet and contain about 1/3 of all trees on earth.

The Four Seasons for Kids

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Did you know that the seasons depend on the rotation of the earth around the sun?

Fire Towers

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Charlie, Kirby, and Patrick spend the night in a fire tower in western Montana to learn how forest fires are spotted.

The Giant Heads of Easter Island for Kids

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Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui, is an isolated island off the coast of Chile with an amazing secret: hundreds and hundreds of giant stone heads

Kelp Forest

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Charlie and his team take their cameras underwater to explore a kelp forest in California.

Canada: Waterfall

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One of the natural wonders of the world.

Sequoia National Park

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Kirby climbs to the top of a giant sequoia and spends the night.

Erika Bergman: Finding Aliens Underwater

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Erika combines her two great passions: engineering and underwater exploration.