Perfectly Timed Photos That Will Make You Look Twice – Leenks
A Photographer Shows the Harsh Reality of Living in 43-Square-Foot Rooms in South Korea – Bright Side
Here’s How 20 Well-Known Instagrammers Look Behind All The Makeup And Photoshop – DeMilked
Is Slab City Safe To Visit? – Van Life Wanderer
The world’s most expensive PB&J sandwich, which costs $350 and must be ordered 24 hours in advance – Insider
This Woman On Twitter Edits People’s Toxic Exes Out Of Photos For $15 – Ruin My Week
How to Figure Out If You’re Dating a Narcissist – Life Hacker
How to Create a Healthy and Lasting Romantic Relationship – Tiny Buddha
How to Create a Chain Reaction of Good Habits – James Clear
Women Reveal the Best Questions They Were Ever Asked on a Date – Men’s Health
The 80 Best Email Newsletters On The Internet – Inside Hook
Squirrels are notorious pizza thieves! (gallery) – Leenks
81 People Describe The Moment They Realized They Had Met The Dumbest Person Ever – Bored Panda
Photographer Secretly Shoots Subway Passengers as 16th-Century Paintings – Sad And Useless
Is Katmai National Park Worth Visiting? – Van Life Wanderer
Fox News predicted his 70K minimum salary idea would fail. He proved them wrong—by a lot – Upworthy
Chipotle will raise prices if a $15 minimum wage passes. Here’s how much more a burrito could cost – Business Insider
Quick Thinking Indian Rail Worker Saves a Child at the Last Second From Oncoming Train – Good News Network
11 Tip On How to Find a Good Mechanic Near You – Choi Motorsports
7 ways to avoid becoming a misinformation superspreader – Ideas
Dog Parents Turn Bounce House Into Ball Pit To Give Golden The “Best Day Ever.” – Inspire More
25 Things You Need to Stop Wasting Time On – Marc And Angel
1. If you adopt, you’ll save a life
Around 2.7 million adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized each year in the United States simply because too many people give up their pets, and too few people adopt from shelters.
Because there is limited space at shelters, staff members sometimes need to make very hard decisions to euthanize animals who haven’t been adopted.
The number of euthanized animals could be reduced dramatically if more people adopted pets instead of buying them.
By adopting from a private humane society or animal shelter, rescue group, or the local animal-control agency, you’ll help save the lives of two animals—the pet you adopt and a homeless animal somewhere who can be rescued because of space you helped free up.
People Are Sharing Fake-Sounding Life Hacks That Actually Work – Bored Panda
People having a worse day than you – Leenks
7 Signs That the Item You’re About to Buy Is Fake – Bright Side
How to Embrace Your Physical “Flaws” and Feel Comfortable in Your Skin – Tiny Buddha
‘I Feel Loved Every Single Day’: Daughter Pens Heartfelt Thank You For Adoptive Parents – Sunny Skyz
24 Puzzling Parenting Tips From the 1800s – Mental Floss
17 Wonders of America’s National Parks – Atlas Obscura
6 Best Places To See The Northern Lights In Wisconsin – Van Life Wanderer
These States Will Pay Off Your Student Loan Debt for Moving There – Life Hacker
Here’s what it’s like to Spend the Night in Chernobyl – Messy Nessy Chic
12 Tips On How To Extend The Life Of Your Car And Make It Last Forever – Choi Motorsports
Dog Who Looked Like He’d Turned To Stone Is Gorgeous Now – The Dodo
In almost every species of animal — from the sky to land to sea — competition is fierce. Traditionally, males fight each other for status, mates, and territory.
One of the most iconic head-to-heads is the actual headbutting competition seen between two rams.
From seemingly docile livestock to wild bighorns, male sheep develop horns that are both visually impressive and useful. Like many bizarre habits in the animal kingdom, scientists look into why rams headbutt and if there’s a good reason for why they do it.
Every single category within the animal kingdom features species who regularly exhibit homosexual behavior: vertebrates and invertebrates; amphibians, birds, fish, mammals, and reptiles; even insects!
Giant pandas have shorter lifespans than most others of the ursidae family, averaging 20 years.
They come of age any time between 4 and 8 years old, after which the females are sexually active.