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How does hail form?

Hail stones start as water drops. A strong wind updraft blows the drops up above the freezing level in the clouds and the drops freeze. When they get heavy enough,…

In: The Weather

What is the fastest swimming fish?

The sailfish is the fastest-swimming fish. It swims up to 68 mph (110 kph).

In: Animals

What is the highest waterfall in the world?

The highest waterfall in the world is Angel Falls in the remote rain forests of Venezuela. It’s about 20 times taller than Niagara Falls–the water drops a distance of 3,212…

In: Places

How does a hot air balloon work?

The basic principle of ballooning is simple: Warm air rises. If warm air is contained in a lightweight bag it will rise until the temperature of the air inside the…

In: Sports

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