Animals

The Brontosaurus Is Back

Although it’s already one of the most legendary dinosaurs in history, the Brontosaurus hasn’t been an officially recognized dinosaur in more than a century. Originally discovered in 1879, the Brontosaurus was declassified soon after as

Animals

Meet Wendy, the Newest Triceratops

Wendiceratops is the 20-foot-long, one-ton cousin of the Triceratops that lived nearly 80 million years ago. The new species was recently discovered by Wendy Sloboda, a Canadian fossil hunter who the new dino is named

Animals

Meet Lincoln the White House Hawk

The White House’s latest visitor isn’t a politician or foreign ambassador. It’s a juvenile Red-tailed Hawk. The young raptor has been exploring the White House campus this week, and is now comfortably resting on the

Animals

What Makes Wet Dogs Stink?

“You smell like a wet dog.” How many times have you heard that after a lengthy campout or summertime sporting event? If your mom is anything like mine was, the answer is a lot. But