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Artists Reveal the Bacterial Beauty of the Human Microbiome

Shaunacy Ferro

“Invisible You” explores the human microbiome in all its bacterial beauty.

New Research Finds that Kangaroos are Left-Handed

Mark Mancini

Nine out of 10 humans may favor their right hands, but—according to a paper that was recently published in Current Biology—most kangaroos have the opposite preference.

How To Tell the Future With Snails, and 14 Other Pieces of Outmoded Advice

Bess Lovejoy

The best bits of wisdom from the advice manuals published way before Google searches were a thing.

Gmail Adds Official 'Undo Send' Button

Shaunacy Ferro

After years as a beta feature, Gmail is officially allowing users to claw back emails from the digital ether.

11 Jaw-Dropping Scandals from the Turn of the Century

Debauchery, skullduggery, and other –erys were rampant in late 19th and early 20th century society. Check out 11 scandals that caused more than one decent citizen to nearly drop her hand fan.

Ice Age Mummified Puppy Is Oldest Ever Found

Sonia Weiser

A Brief History of the Plastic Pink Flamingo

Haley Sweetland Edwards

From the plastic bird's birth to its modern perch atop the pyramid of campy Americana, here’s the quick-and-dirty on the hot pink queen of kitsch.

When Did Pink Become a "Girl" Color?

Stacy Conradt

15 Ways to Forecast the Weather (Without Your Phone)

Caitlin Schneider

You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows, and you don't need an app to tell you when a storm is coming.

Mind-Bending Furniture Inspired by M.C. Escher

Rebecca OConnell

Inspired by M.C. Escher's art, this whimsical furniture morphs and changes depending on your perspective.

Morning Cup of Links: Real Life Sonic the Hedgehog

Rebecca OConnell

French Teen Becomes The First Female On MLB's International Registration List

Hannah Keyser

14 Dead Serious Facts About ‘Key & Peele’

Tara Aquino

Get to know Comedy Central's golden boys, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, before their hit series ends.

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11 Famous People Who Apologized for Their Own Movies

Rudie Obias

They just want to say how sorry they are for that movie they made.