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There are 2348 episodes in the Fact topic.

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June 14th 2024
0:16:04 | June 14th, 2024

Sure there’s lots of concerts on, but who needs a festival when we’ve got quiz?

Why do oranges have peels?
24:19 | Episode: 236 | June 14th, 2024

Why do oranges have peels? Why is the inside of an orange segmented? Why are lemons and limes so sour? Why do lemons have seeds but limes don’t? Why does fruit have juice? How many oranges are in a gallon of juice? How do seedless oranges reproduce? How are oranges available year-round? Why are the fruit and the color both called orange? We’re answering questions about citrus with Fernando Alferez from the University of Florida’s Southwest Florida Research and Education Center. 

Why do we go bald?
00:07:05 | June 14th, 2024

Humans are mammals, which means that we have hair on our bodies and heads. Sometimes, as people get older, they lose some of that head hair. How does it happen? Do hair goblins come at night and sneak away with those silky strands? Ok, it’s probably not that. We asked pediatrician Dr. Emma Gerstenzang to help us find the answer.

Do microbes sleep?
00:04:19 | June 12th, 2024

Our world is FULL of microorganisms, or microbes for short! They’re tiny microscopic living things like bacteria– and they do so much for us! They help us digest our food. They help make some medicines– like antibiotics. They even help make some of our favorite foods like bread and cheese. Microbes sure are busy, but do they ever sleep? We asked microbiologist Daniel Bond to help us find the answer.

How was the Scooter invented?
00:16:29 | Episode: 639 | June 12th, 2024

What were the first Scooters like? Who invented the Scooter? How did Scooters get so popular?

What’s inside a black hole?
00:05:13 | June 10th, 2024

A black hole is an area of outer space where gravity is so strong that nothing can get out … not even light! But what’s actually inside a black hole? Are there asteroids? Whole planets? A 1988 Buick LeSabre? We asked astrophysicist Amanda Farah to help us find the answer.

Are Kangaroos only found in Australia?
00:17:21 | Episode: 638 | June 10th, 2024

How strong are Kangaroos? How high can Kangaroos jump? What’s going on inside a Kangaroo’s pouch?

June 7th 2024
0:16:35 | June 7th, 2024

Sports Day season is upon us! How about some brain gymnastics?




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