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The amazing true story of two orphaned cheetahs and the man who taught them to survive
A doomed quest called the Children’s Crusade was just part of a series of wars over the Holy Land—the Crusades.
Researchers find out what it would be like to live on the Red Planet.
ScienceSpin magazine explores the otherworldly terrain of Ethiopia.
The New York Times Upfront examines the Constitutional amendment that lowered the voting age from 21 to 18.
DynaMath magazine dives into a coral reef to find out how it forms.
Science World investigates acrylamide, a potentially dangerous chemical that forms in crispy foods.
Scholastic News magazine examines the lives of the famous, doomed pilot, and the modern-day flier that shares her name.