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Kirstin Fawcett is a former staff writer for Mental Floss.
Like most cat breeds, the Siamese’s true origins are cloaked in mystery.
Today Is Art Day celebrates artist Vincent van Gogh with an action figure that comes with detachable ears.
The sculpture would resemble the one painted across Bowie's face on the cover of 1973's 'Aladdin Sane.'
Complaining about lousy tippers is a timeless tradition.
History is filled with figures who were single-handedly—yet often undeservedly—held responsible for epic societal failures. But what do goats have to do with it?
The elusive, fluffy wildcat may be adorable, but they’re not social animals. They don’t even seem to like each other very much.
Manx cats can have tails of varying lengths, but only “rumpies” or “rumpy risers” are eligible to compete in the championship classes in CFA cat shows.
A vocal coach explains how to hear what your voice really sounds like when you talk and sing.
The rare, giant plant is equal parts fascinating and foul.
Peace between cats and dogs is possible—with time, strategy, and training.
If you’re planning an early February trip to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, you might want to know the difference between groundhogs and gophers.
Get to know the brilliant African American innovators who brought you blood banks, personal computers, touch-tone telephones, and more.