We laugh, and apes laugh too, and because we come from apes, we might laugh in ways that they laugh, but because we aren't apes, we laugh in some ways that are different.
A tree in Berlin is the unlikely but cool source of a spontaneous concert.
Google Maps and the Catlin Seaview Survey have provided you with panoramic ocean floor vistas, because you didn't want to get any work done anyway, right?
With landscapes like these, taken by photographer Andre Ermolaev, it's no wonder Icelanders believe in magic.
Woman makes chandeliers out of bike parts, and someone makes a video about it, and we can't help but laugh at how pretentious it is.
Turns out the scary-looking "vampire squid" is the only cephalopod that DOESN'T want to eat you. It mainly eats poop.
Although people make decisions based on size labels, they don't really know how much food or drink they're consuming.
London’s bikeshare has launched over 5 million trips since it started in 2010. This animation by visualization specialist Jo Wood shows you where they’ve all been going. It’s more informative if you know the city — but even if you don’t, it’s kind of hypnotic. (It won’t let us embed, but New Scientist has a version with trippy music — highly recommended.)
An adorable bee was going to die until an adorable man adorably hand fed the bee honey and then the bee got better.
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