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Lotus plants grow in ponds and rivers, which can be very muddy, but their leaves always look clean and shiny. Why is this?
Pulling the burrs of the burdock thistles off his clothes and his dog, George de Mestral wanted to understand how these burrs clung to his clothing and his dog's fur.
For some plants, the best nutrients aren’t always in the soil—but in juicy bugs.
Orchids are really strange flowers. How strange? Well, just look at some of the weirdest ones.
The Bible tells us God made plants on Day Three of the Creation Week. Some of these plants are really wacky in their wonderful way.
Would you like to explore some of the qualities of cotton first-hand by performing a fun experiment