Wednesday Wanderings: Stepwells, A Bee’s First Days, Crows Learn From Their Dead, and Four New Elements

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:

Stepwells

A fascinating look at the first 21 days of a bee’s life, time-lapsed into 60 seconds:

Bees

I love crows. They are fascinating birds, and very intelligent. This article talks about what crows learn from dead companions:

Crows

Scientist recently added four new elements to the periodic table:

New Elements

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