There are large, deep cisterns in India, called stepwells, that contain some amazing architecture. Abandoned now, this journalist has been documenting these places before they disappear completely:
A fascinating look at the first 21 days of a bee’s life, time-lapsed into 60 seconds:
I love crows. They are fascinating birds, and very intelligent. This article talks about what crows learn from dead companions:
Scientist recently added four new elements to the periodic table:
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