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General Geography

Shrove Tuesday facts

Learn all about this worldwide religious festival…
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    Which planet has the most moons?
General Kids Club

How to make paper straws

Find out how to make fun, planet-friendly straws from paper…
General Animals

10 facts about rats!

2020 is the Chinese Year of the Rat…
Physical Geography

What is a bushfire?

Learn about what causes bushfires and how you can help those affected…
General Animals

Meet Narwhal the ‘unicorn’ puppy

This abandoned pup has an unusual feature on his forehead…

Did you know?

Turtles the size of small cars roamed Earth 60 million years ago.

More about turtles
General Kids Club

How to make a plastic-free cutlery holder

Discover how to make a groovy cutlery holder for your reusable utensils…
From You

Eco-heroes!

We love hearing about all the awesome things Nat Geo Kids readers are doing to help protect the environment…
General Kids Club

Greta Thunberg facts!

Discover how a young eco-activist from Sweden inspired a global movement…
From You

School Strike for Climate!

Young people are taking to the streets to demand urgent action on climate change. Here’s how you can get involved…
Countries

What’s it like to go to school in St Lucia?

Kick-off a new school term on the Caribbean Island of St Lucia…
Countries

St Lucia facts!

Explore this awesome Caribbean island…

Did you know?

Rhinos may communicate by leaving each other dung piles.

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