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- It is a pleasure to report that he is still taking care of his ping pong eggs
- The big-headed turtle has a very large head. Its armored head is so darn big that it can’t even be pulled into its shell. They are not good at swimming, but they are good at climbing (for a turtle), and are sometimes found in trees and bushes.
- A Pangolin reacts happily to a human grooming it in places it could not reach or take care of it by itself. There are many benefits to humans having opposable thumbs.
- We Haven’t Seen Trump’s Taxes Yet, but It’s Clear the IRS Failed America: The IRS is required to conduct audits of the president and vice president while they are in office—but Trump apparently got a pass.
- I’m sure I don’t ACTUALLY want to live in France, but this made me consider it for a second
- 🔥 If Holly (Ilex aquifolium) finds its leaves are being nibbled by deer, it switches genes on to make them spiky when they regrow. So on taller Holly trees, the upper leaves (which are out of reach) have smooth edges, while the lower leaves are prickly
- TIL of a very rare condition called Anton syndrome, in which a person becomes blind however they are unaware of it and will deny it, as their brain generates (false) visual images so they continue to believe that they can see.
- 2022 brought me a brain tumor but I’m still kickin! Bring it on 2023 I have some LIVING to do!
- I think it was supposed to be “Avatar”, but instead we got “Avatar”.
- He always tries to lie on top of the eggs, so we put ping pong balls in the egg carton
- I know its a show that is meant to be for comedy but this scene is so heartwarming they I had to post it here.
- TIL that most, if not all, uncontacted groups live in voluntary isolation – they are aware of the rest of the world, but choose to not have any contact. This is likely due to fear of diseases novel to them and violent clashes with traffickers and loggers.
- When It Comes To Unions, Which Side Are The Dems Really On? | The Mehdi Hasan Show
- Stolen but I think you may like it
- Antidepressants used for chronic pain on the rise, but are they effective?