Monthly Archives: June, 2010

What is a dune?

A dune is a hill or mound of sand drifted by the wind. A dune is a hill of sand.  Dunes are round along sandy shores of lakes and oceans and in sandy deserts. They are built by the wind.  At the wind blows, it piles the sand into hills that often look like ocean …

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What is a the big dipper?

The big dipper is a popular name for a group of seven stars that resemble the shape of a long-handed dipper in the sky. When you look up at the stars, do you notice that some of the brighter ones seem to form patterns in the sky? Perhaps the most familiar pattern of stars in …

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What is a pomegranate?

A pomegranate is a fruit of a plant that grows in warm climates.  Pomegranates are full of seeds.  Each seed is covered with a juicy pulp, which has a pleasant taste. A pomegranate is the fruit of a plant that is raised in warm climates. The pomegranates plant grows as a bushy tree or shrub …

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Does the Giraffe have a Voice?

The giraffe is the tallest animal in the world and often reaches a height of 17 feet or more. But there is another remarkable thing about this unusual animal—it has practically no voice.  The giraffe has a poorly developed voice box which it seldom uses. Giraffe in zoos have been heard to utter a soft …

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Planning for a Big Hunt

Me and the whole family were very happy planning for adventure hunting.  Each and every one of us has the duty to prepare what we need to bring in our hunting.  My mother and my sister were assigned for the preparation of the food we will bring.  My dad and my little brother will be …

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