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How Many Isotopes Does Potassium Have

Potassium is a highly reactive metal that is silvery-gray in appearance. It is a chemical element with the atomic number 19 and is represented by the chemical symbol K. It was discovered and first isolated by Humphry Davy in 1807. Potassium is formed by the nucleosynthesis of lighter atoms, which . . . Read more

Who Won the First US Open (Tennis) Tournament

The US Open (official title: United States Open Tennis Championships) is an annual tennis tournament held in August-September in New York City. It is one of the four major tennis tournaments (along with the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon) and is also one of the oldest tennis championships in . . . Read more

What is the Largest Snake in the World

Snakes are a long, slender reptiles best known for not having legs. They are commonly seen as being dangerous animals because some species can bite humans and inject venom that is powerful enough to kill. However, the vast majority of snakes are nonvenomous or have only enough venom to kill . . . Read more

Where do Aardwolves Live

The aardwolf is a small mammal that belongs to the same family as the hyenas. They are very similar in appearance to the striped hyena. However, unlike hyenas the aardwolf does not prey on large animals, instead it eats mostly insects. Their favorite food is termites, which they catch with . . . Read more

Why is the Red Wolf an Endangered Species

The red wolf is a species of canine that was declared extinct in the wild in 1980. However, it was once found throughout much of the Southeastern United States. It is closely related to the grey wolf and the coyote, and a genetic study from 2011 suggested that the red . . . Read more

Kristen Wiig Movie List

Kristen Wiig is a celebrity actress, writer and comedian who is best recognized for her work on the hit television series “Saturday Night Live.” However, she has appeared in a number of hit television shows and films. She was encouraged by a teacher to pursue acting while attending University of . . . Read more

Who Invented Snow Globes

A snow globe is a sphere shaped object, usually made of glass or clear plastic, which features a miniature model or scene. The sphere is sealed and filled with water and small white particles are used as snow. When the snow globe is shaken or turned upside down the simulated . . . Read more