There is no denying that I find the science of sound fascinating. You can find a number of posts on it on this blog; And usually in October, if you called to my house
We woke this morning to find the science equipment had been raided…. by a group of dinosaurs! They were caught red handed… reading the science books (and checking out interesting facts about their relatives), rummaging through the equipment
This week’s Mystery Creature likes to look to the skies, do you know what it is?
Schools, children, parents, teachers… listen up! There is a great competition (by Reel Life Science) running at the moment where pupils from both primary and secondary schools are invited to make a three
Last week was a busy week here in the Science Wows household, as I am sure it was in many homes across Ireland. We had the back to school for the older two children and the “starting school” for our youngest. It went
The week’s are flying by, and so too are the Mystery Creature posts on the blog. Here is one to keep you guessing this week, do you know what it is?
Last week’s Mystery Creature was the Aardwolf (Proteles cristata). Although a member of the hyena family, the Aardwolf is closer in size to a fox than a hyena, is a more quiet and solitary animal and has a very restricted diet.
A primarily nocturnal
Thanks to all who commented and suggested names for our three new fluffy arrivals. We have had great fun collecting all these monikers.
The list was quite impressive…
There was plenty of debate but the panel (i.e. the three children) finally