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Twitter Generator Creates New Digital Moth Species

Rebecca OConnell

When it comes to imagining new winged insects, the more than 160,000 species of moths offer a treasure trove of opportunity.

This Seaweed Tastes Like Bacon and Has "Twice the Nutritional Value of Kale"

Rebecca OConnell

This exciting food grows extremely quickly, is packed with vitamins, and tastes delicious.

Photos from Opening Day at Disneyland

Miss Cellania

On July 17, 1955, Disneyland opened for the first time.

7 Strange Things Found in Storage Units

Emily Becker

Abandoned storage units are the modern-day treasure chest.

Facial Recognition Software Is Helping Lion Conservation

Shaunacy Ferro

Wildlife researchers are using it to track individual lions across Africa.

Charles Dickens, a.k.a. “The Unparalleled Necromancer”

Paul Anthony Jones

In the summer of 1849, a magician billed as "The Unparalleled Necromancer" gave an unforgettable performance—made even more memorable by the fact that he was actually Charles Dickens.

Hotel In Japan Offers Wedding Alpacas

Yelena Melnichenko

Did someone say "destination wedding"? Alpaca my bags.

15 Things You Should Know About Goya's 'The Third of May 1808'

Kristy Puchko

Learn more about the brutal and moving masterpiece.

Grave Sightings: Harvey Pekar

Stacy Conradt

“Oy!! What do you want from my life, anyway?”

Being Off-Balance Can Affect How You See Your Relationship

Shaunacy Ferro

In a study, people in unsteady physical circumstances viewed their romantic relationships as less stable.

Bare Skin! 'Hussies'! Miss America's Scandalous Beginnings

Jake Rossen

How the beauty pageant threatened the morals of a nation.

16 Things You Might Not Know About 'Dumbo'

Stacy Conradt

Some high-flying facts about the ninth wonder of the universe.

How Do Cats Cool Themselves Off?

Hannah Keyser

The Relaxing Art of Japanese Paper Marbling

Rebecca OConnell

Called 'suminagashi' in Japanese, the mesmerizing process involves layering swirled ink on top of water.

5 Questions: Heave "Ho"

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