The "100% goats" claim is misleading in this case, but I'm willing to forgive that oversight. Also, watch it with the sound on.
I'll devour anything that Ed Yong writes at The Atlantic, but his April 2020 article "How To Tackle A Giraffe" hasn't left my head since I first read it. Giraffe populations have decreased by 30 percent over the past three decades. Only 111,000 individuals remain. There are at least four African elephants for every giraffe.… READ THE REST
A team of Chinese scientists spent a decade trying to find the answer to the question that has kept so many of us up at night: why do pandas like to roll around in poop? Specifically, they had noticed a tendency for giant pandas to smear themselves with horse manure. From The New York Times:… READ THE REST
Just a cute little puppy dog going out for a ride on his rooster friend. [Video Link] READ THE REST
Considering a new smartphone requires years of development and can set you back up to $1,400, you'd think manufacturers would pay a little more attention to the means for powering up those devices. Yet, while phone technology continues to march forward, most charging cables are fragile, prone to frays and breaks, and are practically disposable.… READ THE REST
From their compact size, to their simple maintenance, to their tiny carbon footprints, there are a ton of compelling reasons to consider using a personal scooter. Sure, they make a short trip of even up to a few miles around your neighborhood incredibly easy. But, if you really want a good reason to pull the… READ THE REST
After years of improvements, home security cameras have truly become must-own technology. Setting up in-home cameras, syncing them to your smartphone and other devices, and having 24/7/365 access to check out anything happening within the camera's field of vision is not only peace of mind that any homeowner needs, but it's also become incredibly cost-effective… READ THE REST