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Faux Killer Whale Fails to Deter Sea Lions

Caitlin Schneider

The basic principle behind a scarecrow seems like it should work just as well on water as it does on land—but residents in Astoria, Oregon have discovered it’s not as easy as you might think.

Watch American Pharoah Race Secretariat in This Cool Split Screen

Alvin Ward

A Collection of Noses is On Display in Copenhagen

Sonia Weiser

The Nasothek display at Copenhagen's Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek museum is nothing to turn up your nose at.

The Largest Companies by Revenue in Each State

Alvin Ward

Explore the Sea With Google Oceans

Rebecca OConnell

In honor of World Oceans Day on June 9, Google Maps takes us into the marine depths.

10 Intense Facts About the Giant Weta

Shaunacy Ferro

The giant weta is one of the biggest insects on Earth, easily dwarfing most bugs and even some small rodents. Here are 10 facts you probably don't know about this New Zealand native.

'The Lord of the Rings'—Starring The Beatles?

Stacy Conradt

John Lennon was set on making a Fab Four Fellowship happen.

Scientists Weigh the Milky Way

Caitlin Schneider

As kids, we’re taught that to determine the volume of an unusual object, we can measure the amount of water it displaces.

15 Japanese Food Onomatopoeias

Ellen Freeman

Amazing Images of the Hidden Lives of Animals in the Serengeti

Shaunacy Ferro

10 Fun Facts About Donald Duck

Kate Erbland

Happy Donald Duck Day!

San Francisco's Steep Streets Are Leveled in This Impressive Video

Alvin Ward

New York City's High Bridge to Reopen After More Than 40 Years

Hannah Keyser

The 1,200-foot bridge is the oldest existing bridge in the city.

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Scientists: The 'Tortured Artist' Is a Real Thing

Jessica Hullinger

Researchers found that creative types are 17 percent more likely to carry genetic variants that increase the risk of bipolar disorder or schizophrenia.