If these girls make air freshener out of cow dung, well, you can probably at least get a job.
Eighteen-year-old Nelson Kanuk's yard is disappearing. Eight feet last spring. Five feet last summer.
Science writer Emily Anthes has a new book out that covers all the ways we're tinkering with animals and turning them into cyborgs, ready to obey our every whim.
Did you know that volcanic eruptions can sometimes generate lightning? Well, they can, and it's spectacular.
A shark meant for a Kmart commercial died in an above-ground pool in Van Nuys, in Los Angeles. Not a dignified way to go.
It's not a fossilized dong; it's a significant paleontological discovery. That happens to LOOK like a fossilized dong.
A pine marten bit a soccer player. We know what a soccer player is, but WTF is a pine marten, other than something that bites them?
You know what we're talking about. The dressers, the couches, the chairs, the books, the records, the lumber -- the stuff that makes you think "I want that! But I'm not going to bother picking it up right now!"
Releasing them into the "wild," in this case, means something pretty specific: the bison will likely hang out on the 30,000 acres that Prince Richard of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg controls.
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