Tag Archives: Life

Jane Goodall on fires, floods, frugality and the good fight

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TikTok Shows Motorcyclist Befriending Thirsty Armadillo on Highway | My Modern Met

By Emma Taggart on October 18, 2021 This little armadillo was grateful he shared his water. Armadillos are strange yet wonderful creatures. The species is named after a Spanish word meaning “little armored one” which is apt considering armadillos are … Continue reading

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CONTRETEMPS – Animation Short Film 2021 – GOBELINS

Living with OCD, Anna has an organized routine. This balance breaks when her sister forgets a piece of instrument. To bring it back, Anna has to face a world out of her control in which her fears materialize. . Anna, … Continue reading

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DEAD MEAT (Animated Short Film)

For a long time I wanted to animate something that makes people giggle and feel joy in a weird way, because everybody gets silly sometimes and I feel like everybody has a place in their heart to have a laugh … Continue reading

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The world’s most dangerous fart – Nick Caruso and Dani Rabaiotti

Dive into the bowels of the animal kingdom to explore why animals fart, and find out which creature has the foulest flatulence. — For most humans, farts are a welcome relief, an embarrassing incident, or an opportunity for a gas-based … Continue reading

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Why 94% of China Lives East of This Line

 

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Hundreds strip naked by the Dead Sea in Israel – BBC News

More than 300 people have stripped naked by the Dead Sea in Israel to draw attention to its dramatically receding shoreline. The event was part of a live installation by the artist Spencer Tunick, who’s used similar photo-shoots around the … Continue reading

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How a self-taught autistic artist mines creativity from life’s endless variations | Aeon Videos

The animated story of the autistic, self-taught artist Gregory Blackstock who mines creativity from life’s endless variations   The Seattle-based artist Gregory Blackstock’s career in ‘world famous artistry’, as he puts it, was a most welcome development, even as it … Continue reading

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Gabrielle, “Marchioness of Gossip” | messynessychic

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When did light skin appear in modern humans?

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