Monthly Archives: September 2019
American Beaver (Castor canadensis)Image from Wikimedia Commons My daughter and I were tagging monarch butterflies one Fall when she spotted what she thought was a squirrel. As we moved in for a closer look, we realized we were actually looking … Keep Reading
Recently, researchers at the University of Queensland have discovered the existence of an ancient enzyme that is able to function even under harsh conditions, like extremely light temperatures, almost 60 degrees Celsius. This can potentially change the pharmaceutical industry for … Keep Reading
Red-Spotted Toad (Anaxyrus punctatus)Image from Wikimedia Commons Listen to the call of the Red-spotted Toad
Image from Wikimedia Commons Nearly everyone knows someone with food allergies, whether they are a friend who carefully avoids peanuts to prevent a life-threatening reaction, or a family member who experiences mild irritations upon consuming shellfish, if we ourselves are … Keep Reading
Paraceratherium – the largest known land mammal to ever existImages from Wikimedia Commons
There are several resources available for you to use as you complete the Study Sheet for “A Tour of the Cell.” This post is intended to help you locate and utilize those resources.
Our descendants may be forced to live without apple pie, garlic bread, peach cobbler, strawberry Pop-tarts, or sunflower field Instagram pictures. They may never know autumn in the ways we do in 2019; pumpkin carving, pumpkin pie, and pumpkin seeds. … Keep Reading