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Is There An Ancient Celtic Queen Buried at Platform 9 3/4?

Stacy Conradt

If Harry Potter had decided to do a little digging while he was waiting for the Hogwarts Express to show up, he might have found more than mandrakes.

Introducing a Portable, Wood-Burning Hot Tub

Michele Debczak

This tub can go wherever the party is.

Watch a Darling Scottish Wildcat Kitten Emerge For the First Time

Caitlin Schneider

...and feel the wrath of its protective parent.

The Story of Disney's Abandoned American History Theme Park

Anna Green

Once upon a time, Disney CEO Michael Eisner dreamed of building a new kind of Disney theme park.

Designer Creates Biodegradable Containers Out of Cow's Milk

Andrew LaSane

Before plastic was a petroleum-based synthetic material, it was made with totally natural proteins.

House Your Plant in a Pokemon-Shaped Pot

Rebecca OConnell

Bulbasaur is perfect for housing your succulent.

Morning Cup of Links: The Salem Witch Trials

Miss Cellania

Start your day right with these great links!

12 Uses for Pickle Juice

Miss Cellania

If you love pickles—whether sweet, dill, garlic, or bread-and-butter—you should be using that delicious leftover pickle juice for other things once they're gone. Here are a few suggestions.

Meet the Flapper Who Introduced Giant Pandas to the World

Kirstin Fawcett

In 1936, socialite Ruth Harkness became the first person to bring a live giant panda from China to the U.S.

5 Questions: Dale is So Pale

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Scientists Say These (Mostly Wild) Mammals Make the Best Pets

Shaunacy Ferro

If you're trying to choose between a ferret and a hedgehog, go ferret.

8 (Mostly) Caffeine-Free Habits to Energize You in the Morning

Presented by Allstate.

How 18th- and 19th-Century Babies Contributed to Science

Kate Horowitz

Researchers say the bodies of infants and fetuses were a ‘prized source of knowledge’ for British anatomists.

Mathematicians Have Developed an Equation for the Perfect Climbing Rope

Anna Green

The theoretical cord wouldn't just break a climber's fall—it would also brake it.

Watch a Powerful Electromagnet Shrink a Quarter to Half Its Size

Michele Debczak

Don't try this experiment at home.