Are you a History Channel junky? Into secret WWII projects? How about a boat made of ice secretly built on a remote Canadian lake?
Did you know that today in 1788 S Carolina ratified the US Constitution? See our SC graphic here
Fun Fact about the sun: The sun is the star closest to Earth. It is a bright yellow color, but once it gets older it will turn into a red giant. Learn More
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On March 14, 1900, Congress Ratified the Gold Standard Act! Learn More
Did you know the skunk cabbage warms it own roots allowing it to grow earlier than other plants in the spring? Learn More
Approved on March 6, 1820, the Missouri Compromise admitted Missouri as a slave state and Maine as a non-slave state at the same time, so as not to upset the balance between slave and free states in the nation. It also outlawed slavery above the 36º 30´ latitude line in the remainder of the Louisiana Territory but would be later repealed by the Kansas-Nebraska Act.
Learn More interesting facts about Missouri
There have been recorded sightings of the elusive creature since the early 1600s. Learn More about the creature in Lake Champlain, Vermont!
The ghost orchid blooms just once a year, typically in June, July and August. Since the ghost orchid’s roots blend so well with the tree bark, the striking white flower looks as if it is suspended in midair. Learn More about what keeps this species in existence.