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The King Cobra – Can you possibly pronounce the scientific name of the King Cobra?
An Apple A Day... – Apples are one of the most popular and best liked fruits. Apples are red, green or yellow on the outside and white, light pink or pale yellow on the inside.
Jump for Kangaroos – Kangaroos are medium sized animals that live mostly in Australia and Tasmania. They are between 5 and 6 feet tall, weigh up to 200 pounds and live about 6 to 8 years in the wild.
What Goes On At The Farm? – When you picture a farm, you may picture a barn with all different types of animals and big fields full of all kinds of crops.
Apollo 13 – On April 11, 1970 a space ship was sent into space on its way to the moon.
Now that's a Frog! – Giant African Bullfrog or Pixie Frog is the second largest frog in the world, with the largest being the Goliath frog.
Praying Mantis – A Praying Mantis or Mantis is a long bodied green or brown insect.
Snow Day – Sally and Sam sat anxiously by the radio in the kitchen. When they woke up this morning it had been to a wonderful surprise.
The Town at the Bottom of the Lake – In Maine there used to be a town named Flagstaff Village. The town was settled in the 1800's and named after the flagpole that was placed there by Benedict Arnold and his men during the Revolutionary War.
Atlantic Puffins – Atlantic Puffins are a breed of pelagic bird that lives in the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean from Newfoundland to the southern coast of Maine.