Although its exact origins remain uncertain, eggnog is almost always prepared using the same ingredients and following the same method.

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Honey Bees help produce 1/3 of the food that you eat. Find out more about them and what is threatening their existence.

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Strange isn't it, that something we know isn't technically hot can still give us an almost painful burn. The answer to this is in the chemistry of the fruit.

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There are close to 20,000 different species of bees worldwide that come in various shapes, colours, and sizes.

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Learn more about the fascinating world of insect evolution including their common symbiotic relationship with plants.

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The beautiful spring bloom can mean serious misery due to spring allergies caused by the amount of pollen floating in the air.

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Flowers have unique smells because they attract different pollinators, developed through a process called "Coevolution".

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As you sit atthe breakfast table with your head about to drop flat into your cereal, you aregently woken up by “Snap, Crackle, Pop” the sweet sound of morning. How is itthat Rice Krispies can serveas the perfect alarm clock? The

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Spores are the main reproductive units for asexual reproduction in many kinds of bacteria, fungi, algae, and non-flowering plants. They play very interesting roles in nature.

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