Visit a waterfall at dusk and you may see moonbows—nighttime rainbows.
According to two studies, the answer is yes: Just like humans are usually right- or left-handed, cats and dogs are typically right pawed or left pawed.
Most people blame tryptophan, but that's not really the main culprit. So why do people have such a hard time staying awake after Thanksgiving dinner? And what is tryptophan, anyway?
We’re all familiar with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Porky Pig, but what about Owl Jolson, Ralph Phillips, or the Dover Boys of Pimento University?
Plenty of zoos, aquariums, and wildlife parks have put together fun—and safe!—ways to interact with some of their finest residents in a very hands-on manner.
Navid Khonsari is making a video game about the Iranian revolution, and he could use your help.
Nothing is as delightful as GEICO’s customer service, but these amazing examples of flapper slang are pretty terrific.
Each year before Thanksgiving, the president formally pardons a live turkey presented to him by the National Turkey Federation. Who came up with this odd tradition?
There's a better way to eat an apple, peel a banana, and put syrup on your pancakes.
That thing is a snood. And it's there to let the other turkeys know that its owner is kind of a big deal.