To recap 2018, NewsForKids.net is taking a look back at some of the most interesting stories we’ve covered this year.
Today we’re looking at some wacky stories from the world of science.
A soldier in the US Army lost an ear in a car crash two years ago. Now she has gotten a brand new, real ear. It grew inside her arm.
Scientists in California say they have moved memories between two sea snails. The experiment gives new ideas about how memories are saved.
Scientists in Australia have shown that bees seem to understand the idea of zero. Up until now only a few animals with larger brains have shown this skill.
Scientists have learned that ladybugs don’t like loud rock music or city noises. That’s good for farmers to know, since ladybugs eat smaller insects that feed on plants farmers grow.
Last Tuesday, a scientist sealed himself in a large plastic cube with about 200 plants. He planned to stay inside three days, but the cube’s dangerous air made him leave after 15 hours.