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Why cats are crazy for catnip

By Sofia MoutinhoJan. 20, 2021 , 2:00 PM Minty chemical in catniplike plant activates their opioid systems—and acts as a mosquito repellent   Cat owners flood the internet with videos of their kitties euphorically rolling and flipping out over catnip-filled … Continue reading

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Electric eels work together to zap prey

The electric predators work in groups to herd and “zap” their prey in unison, scientists shocked to discover.   More than 200 years after the electric eel inspired the design of the first battery, it has been discovered that they … Continue reading

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Black Owned – Jackson

Introducing Black Owned, a film series exploring the Black entrepreneurial spirit and its essential contribution to the American economy through the perspectives of business owners.

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INSMED | UNBREAKABLE

For exclusive Making of >>> follow us on instagram 🙂 instagram.com/roofstudionyc/ “Unbreakable” is the story of Barbara the Bunny. When she begins to persistently cough, “Quality Control” at the toy factory labels her “defective,” and so her search for treatment … Continue reading

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DAY RELEASE (FREIGANG) (2019)

Original title: FREIGANG Mid-length feature film (35 min.) Director: Martin Winter Screenplay: Sebastian Schmidl Producer: Victoria Herbig & Sebastian Schmidl D.O.P.: Aram Baroian Cast Anna Suk Christopher Legedza Birgit Linauer Patrick Schmidl Daniela Zacherl Plot summary: Single mother Kathi receives … Continue reading

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Growing Red Bell Pepper From Seed Time Lapse – 4 Months

This one took 4 months to make, but it was totally worth it. And the peppers tasted great! 🙂 The plant made a ton of flowers but i removed most of them and left just a few to make sure … Continue reading

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Oldest Cave Art Found in Sulawesi

A team of Griffith University archaeologists has shared in the discovery of what may be the world’s oldest known cave painting, dating back to at least 45,500 years ago. Uncovered in South Sulawesi during field research conducted with Indonesia’s leading … Continue reading

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Photographer Captures Quarantine Life With His Mom and Ex-Wife | My Modern Met

By Sara Barnes on January 13, 2021 Day 12: Tensions are already rising. “Sometimes, the behind-the-scenes was more dramatic than the actual results.”   The pandemic has brought together people who, not wanting to be alone, have chosen to unite … Continue reading

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Bad omen? Tower of London raven missing, feared dead | Guardian

Merlina, known as the queen of the Tower of London’s ravens, has not been seen for weeks. Photograph: Tower of London/Twitter Legend says at least six ravens must be kept at the castle or the kingdom will fall One of … Continue reading

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Did our early ancestors boil their food in hot springs?

HUMAN ANCESTORS Scientists have found evidence of hot springs near sites where ancient hominids settled, long before the control of fire. The proximity of the hot springs indicates to the researchers that early humans could have used them for cooking. … Continue reading

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