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That’s not just a bug, that’s an amazing artist who happens to be a bug

Steven Kutcher is an entomologist, but he's so much more than that. He is a visionary, and his bugs are the vehicle for that vision.

Check out these rad women cyclists gearing up to take the lane

The National Women's Bicycling Forum in Washington, D.C., digs in to why ladies only make up about one-quarter of U.S. bike-riders.

Goats yelling like humans, part 2: Electric WHY IS THIS STILL FUNNY

If you want more yelling goats, here they are. But if you want more after this video, you'll probably have to start a backyard farm.

Brazil’s Carnival now runs on pee

Rio's Carnival has adopted a program called Power to the Pee, where pee running over turbines creates energy to power the event's sound system.

Egyptian locust plague just happens to occur right before Passover

As far as we know, there's not supposed to be an eclipse (aka "plague of darkness") anytime soon, but if the sun disappears, we recommend finding a lamb to slaughter, stat.

This site is like Etsy, but with products that are actually good for the planet

If you care more about actual environmental friendliness than about making your lifestyle resemble that of a hipster fairy in the woods, you might want to skip Etsy and instead spend your internet dollars at a place like EcoMarket.

Invasive species? This sushi chef rolls with it

Bun Lai transforms pests like lionfish, jellyfish, and invasive crabs into tasty table fare while nudging sushi back to its freshwater origins.

Ask Umbra: Should I confront my son’s anti-environmentalist teacher?

A father is steamed about a teacher’s comment that Rachel Carson was “a crazy lady.” Umbra encourages dad not to lose his head.

It’s Friday, let’s hang out with baby goats all day

It's Friday! It's March! It's almost spring! Let's celebrate like Heidi would by hanging out with baby goats.