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Fill your weekend with family-friendly, Halloween-inspired science and math activities!
French filmmaker, Jean Painlevé, ushers us into the disconcerting realm of echinoderms.
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A Moment of Science is unmasking Halloween's most notorious creatures of the night.
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Why do we go door-to-door dressed up? Why do we create Jack O' Lanterns?
OH MY! The top 10 new species list for 2009 is filled with spooky and bizarre creatures!