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There are 2461 episodes in the Fact topic.

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What do germs and bacteria eat?
00:05:05 | February 28th, 2024

There are billions of bacteria on Earth, and they’re everywhere. Bacteria are on every surface on the planet, and even live in the soil underground. Most bacteria are actually quite harmless to humans. They spend all of their time eating, resting, and making copies of themselves. But when bacteria decide it’s time for lunch, what do they eat? We asked microbiologist Daniel Bond to help us find the answer.

How are New Animal Species discovered?
00:16:06 | Episode: 561 | February 28th, 2024

How many Animal Species have been discovered? How many Animal Species are there left to discover? Where are the most undiscovered Animal Species located?

How does a match make fire?
00:26:14 | February 27th, 2024

Have you ever seen someone strike a match? The match rubs against a scratchy strip and a split second later – poof! It makes fire! But how does a match work, anyway?

E294: Pickles
00:25:01 | Episode: 294 | February 27th, 2024

Can you figure out who’s lying about pickles?

February 24th 2024
0:17:45 | February 26th, 2024

Brrr…. bit nippy out. I’d stay in to do a quiz. No jacket required.

Why do we need toes?
00:06:17 | February 26th, 2024

Toes! They’re short and chunky, sometimes smell funky… but without them, we’d be toe-tally out of luck! We asked evolutionary anthropologist Darcy Shapiro to walk us through why we have toes, and what they help us do!

Did some letters get kicked out of the English Alphabet?
00:17:20 | Episode: 560 | February 26th, 2024

Who invented the English Alphabet? How did they pick the 26 letters? Who wrote the Alphabet song

Can snowstorms have thunder?
32:49 | Episode: 227 | February 23rd, 2024

How is snow made and what’s it made out of?  Why is it white and sparkly?  Why do snowflakes look different? Can snowstorms have thunder? Why do some places, like mountains, get more snow than others? Answers to all of your questions about snow, with Seth Linden, who works for the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. Plus we hear what it’s like to live at the top of Mount Washington, famous for its extreme weather, from Alexandra Branton, a meteorologist who works at the observatory at the top of the mountain, even during the frigid winter.




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