Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Nature (Art) This giant troll sculpture is impressive, as is knowing what it’s made of. I also enjoyed the glimpse into the philosophy and approach behind the construction. (Via Pinterest) … Continue reading
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Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Sperm Whales (Animals) Journalist Rowan Jacobsen recounts a trip to observe marine scientists documenting sperm whales and his own encounters with the amazing giants. https://www.outsideonline.com/2415069/sperm-whales-research-dominica Remote (Employment) COVID-19 has turned … Continue reading
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Enjoy this fun experiment in defeating squirrels who steal from bird feeders. The results are fascinating. The video is longer than my usual, but there’s an important note after the trials.
Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Extinction (Animals) A rare glimpse of the Tasmanian Tiger has surfaced in an old black and white film taken in 1935 of the only one in captivity and possibly the … Continue reading
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My husband shared this one with me for a chuckle. These are well-trained, older cats and the video required multiple takes, but it’s still amazing how they interact with this domino fall.