Students in England have built a pop-up cafe out of cardboard. It can be flatpacked and moved around to wherever English people need coffee.
About 50 percent of the koalas in Australia have chlamydia. Now, new discoveries in genetics may save koala populations threatened by STDs.
The same comfort dogs deployed to help in Newtown are traveling to Boston. They are a cute and comforting presence.
Of the biggest U.S. cities, Miami is the most efficient in terms of amount of highway. (Atlanta is the worst.)
A bear at a sanctuary in Asia was the first ever to get brain surgery. Her prognosis is beary good.
When Beavers Attack. That's all. That's enough.
You think you're in tune with nature? Yeah, get back to us when you've spent nearly 30 years with no other company.
Pee. It might be really good for crops. And then again, it might not be. It's a matter of some pee-bate.
Don't go charter fishing in Florida unless you're prepared to wrestle a shark. And lose.
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