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Mars Facts For Kids

1. Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun. Earth and Jupiter are Mars neighboring planets. 2. Mars is also known as the 'Red Planet because of a mineral called iron oxide.  3. Mars is a cold desert planet. It is much colder than Earth.  4. The average temperature on Mars is -60 degrees Celsius. 5. Mars is half of the size of Earth. You can jump higher on Mars because it's gravitational force is comparatively lower. 6. Galileo Galilei was the first one who observed Mars with the utilization of a telescope in 1610. 7. A day on Mars completes in 24.6 hours and it takes 687 earth's days to complete one year. 8. Scientists are doing research on whether Mars had living things in the past.  9. There is a curiosity about whether Mars could uphold life now or later on. 10. Mars has two moons called Phobos and Deimos. Children's Park, a preschool in Rockwall is an exceptional childcare and education centre offering a truly premium early learning experience at Rockwall. Enable Gi

10 Camel facts for kids

  1. A camel is a useful domesticated animal.  2. It is used for transportation in deserts due to which it is also known as the ship of the desert.  3. It is large. A camel can be 10 feet in length, with a long neck and long legs. 4. Camel has one or two humps on its back. Camels store fats in their humps. 5. The camel's hump is a source of energy when food is scant. 6. Camels are fit to drink up to 200 litres of water at a time. 7. They have oval-shaped red blood cells (RBCs), which make blood circulation normal in case of dehydration. 8. A healthy camel can survive up to seven months in the desert without drinking water. 9.  Camels are herbivores, which means they eat only plants. 10. Camels usually live for 40 to 50 years. Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connection or reload the browser Disable in this text field Edit Edit in Ginger Edit in Ginger ×