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Wagging Wednesday

There’s busy, and then there’s BUSY.  The mola mola, or ocean sunfish can lay up to 5 million eggs at ONE TIME.  I hope they don’t have to name them all! Join us on Wagging Wednesdays to learn about all … Continue reading

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Wagging Wednesday

Did you know dolphins swim in a circle while they sleep with one eye open to watch for dangers?  When they get tired of one direction, they go in the other and switch which eye is open.  I think I’d … Continue reading

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Wagging Wednesday

One of the scariest birds ever discovered was the prehistoric phorusrhacoid, or “terror bird.”  They lived in South America from 58 million years ago to 2.5 million years ago.  Why were they so scary when they couldn’t even fly?  They … Continue reading

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