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Amusing Finalists From This Year’s ‘Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards’

The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards (previously) just closed submissions for their fourth annual competition which collects the most entertaining images from wildlife photographers across the globe. Last year the Overall Winner was an adorable owl caught as it nearly toppled off a … Continue reading

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Scientists reveal drumming helps schoolchildren diagnosed with autism – ScienceBlog.com

Drumming for 60 minutes a week can benefit children diagnosed with autism and supports learning at school, according to a new scientific study. The project, led by the University of Chichester and University Centre Hartpury, showed students’ ability to follow … Continue reading

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These Dolphins Taught Each Other to Moonwalk — But It Was Just a Fad

Here’s how a pod of wild dolphins in southern Australia learned how to walk on water. Source: These Dolphins Taught Each Other to Moonwalk — But It Was Just a Fad

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Humpback Whale Shows AMAZING Appreciation After Being Freed From Nets

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Discovery of new neurons in the inner ear can lead to new therapies for hearing disorders – ScienceBlog.com

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have identified four types of neurons in the peripheral auditory system, three of which are new to science. Source: Discovery of new neurons in the inner ear can lead to new therapies for hearing … Continue reading

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Fawns Playing Tag || ViralHog

Occurred on August 28, 2018 / Hulett, Wyoming, USA “I was sitting in a hay bale blind on our ranch filming deer when I saw these two fawns playing tag.”

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Dirty Projectors – Up in Hudson

Through four very different couples, the arc of a relationship is portrayed in its stages of growth, death, and rebirth. DIRECTED BY DAREN RABINOVITCH ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR – ISAIAH SAXON CHOREOGRAPHER – KIANI DEL VALLE Made at Encyclopedia Pictura in Los … Continue reading

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How Did Opium Poppies Get Their Painkilling Properties?

Humans have been turning to the poppy plant to get high or relieve pain for thousands of years. And despite all our other staggering pharmaceutical progress, our reliance on the plant hasn’t changed much; poppies are used to make two of … Continue reading

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These Sneaky Sea Slugs Paralyze Their Predators With Stolen “Weapons”

Nudibranchs, or sea slugs, and are group of wildly colored animals that use their striking forms to warn predators against attack. Although the sea slugs move slow, they are protected by a brilliant defense mechanism. Some species create an alarming defense … Continue reading

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Cut Paper Zoetrope Reveals the Life Cycle of a Butterfly as it Rotates

Dutch artist Veerle Coppoolse  examines the life cycle of a butterfly in a handcrafted zoetrope built from finely cut paper. The analogue animation brings the metamorphosis of the extraordinary insect to life, presenting its transformation from cocoon-wrapped caterpillar to a … Continue reading

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