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It takes about 24 hours for food to make its way through your digestive system.
Zoologists study animals of all shapes and sizes. Learn more about zoology.
Zoology is the study of animals and animal behavior. Find out more on Science Trek.
Find out more about how computers work in this Science Trek episode.
Learn how computers work in this Science Trek: The Web Show.
Oceans cover 70% of the Earth’s surface. Find out more about what’s under the surface.
Horses are built for speed and strength. Find out more about horses in this Science Trek
Why do things fall? It’s about force and motion. Find out more in this Science Trek short.
Your digestive system starts its job even before you eat your first bite.
Humans have only explored 5% of the Earth’s oceans. Find out what’s under the surface.
Find out more about one of our favorite ungulates – horses.
Find out how forces and motion make our world move in the Science Trek: The Web Show.
Discover how you see, hear, touch, taste and smell in this Science Trek: The Web Show.
Find out more about Idaho’s ecosystems in this Science Trek: The Web Show.
Find out how television works on this Science Trek: The Web Show.
Volcanoes are part of the world’s plumbing system. Find out how they work.
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