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Meet the World’s Only Known Venomous Crustacean

Matt Soniak

There are some 70,000 species of crustacean—the group that includes crabs, lobsters, shrimp and crayfish—in the world, and until very recently, none of them were known to be venomous.

The Most Interesting Comics of the Week

Rich Barrett

This week's interesting comics: Bob Fingerman's Minimum Wage returns and Black Widow gets her own series.

The Bogus Bard: 5 Stories About Shakespeare We Wish Were True

DT Kelly

Shakespeare’s life is as full of fiction as his plays are.

Testing 30 More Life Hacks We Found on the Internet

Jason English

Last year John Green tried a bunch of life hacks we read about on the Internet. Today he puts 30 more to the test.

Why Isn't There Canned Broccoli?

Kara Kovalchik

When it comes to buying canned vegetables, we usually find the same handful of choices: peas, beans, corn, carrots, beets, tomatoes. Why don’t we see broccoli or green peppers in a handy-dandy can?

5 Inspiring People Living With Polio

Chris Higgins

The Incredible Eccentricities of 20 Great Writers

Truly great artists will do whatever it takes to find their muse.

5 Questions: Sub-"Zero"

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7 Pinterest Boards Dedicated to Your Childhood Toys

Therese Oneill

Pinterest, home of every collection you can think of, has many boards kept in honor of the not-so-sleek gadgets.

The Missing Links: And You Think Your Car Is Cold

Colin Patrick

Video: Watches Showing 10:10

Chris Higgins

21 Presidential Doodles

Lucas Reilly

For as long as boring meetings and pens have been around, man has doodled—and the big wigs in the White House aren’t immune.

Making Snow with Hot Water and Other Frozen Phenomena

Miss Cellania

What is a Polar Vortex?

Erin McCarthy

If you’ve turned on the news or stepped outside lately, you’re familiar with the polar vortex. But what exactly is happening here?

13 TV Shows That Changed Titles

Rudie Obias

When these shows got retooled, their names got changed, too.