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The Internet can be a particularly dangerous place on April 1st as companies, news sites, and other entities all enjoy a bit of frivolity in honor of April Fool’s Day.
Christie’s has announced that it will auction off a rare sub-fossilized egg from the extinct Madagascar Elephant Bird – which at over 10 feet tall, was once the world’s largest
The Northeast’s frustration with a lack of spring-like temperatures has turned attention towards the groundhog Punxsutawney Phil and his terrible forecasting. As many gleefully remember back in early February, Phil did not
If you were one of the millions touched by Chrysler’s “God Made A Farmer” Super Bowl ad, but nonetheless jaded over its fairy tale portrayal of the modern American farm,
Comet ISON, dubbed the “Comet of the Century” by some hopeful astronomers, is continuing its journey ever closer to the sun – and a possible one-in-a-lifetime celestial event for Earth.
We got word this week of a fantastic Kickstarter campaign underway for a comic book project focused on animal rescue superheros. Spearheaded by activist Matt Miner of BSLnews.org and veteran