It’s long been known that humpback whales use complex vocalizations to communicate with one another, but did you know just how far their songs could travel? A group of scientists spent years studying the evolution of male humpback whale songs off the coasts of Gabon and Madagascar. And the results of what they discovered about these populations separated by nearly 3,000 miles is quite surprising.
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Have you ever wished you were part of Andy Warhol’s Factory studio clique?
The Rondonia region of Brazil originally had over 200,000 km2 of rainforest but has become one of the most deforested places in the Amazon. Side by side images shows C. 2006 to 2018. #10YearChallenge pic.twitter.com/S0rGPDQ0ZJ — DiCaprio Foundation (@dicapriofdn) January 17, 2019 If you’ve spent any time online in the past few weeks, you’ve surely come across the 10-Year Challenge.
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One of the most popular gifts for Valentine’s Day is candy.
Photographer and digital artist Derek Sturman takes us behind the scenes of his June 2018 adventure to Yosemite, where he spent 9 days on-site in order to put together the image of his dreams. Through trials and tribulations, he was able to succeed, coming home with the images that would help him create Galactic, a mesmerizing photograph of the Milky Way over Yosemite.
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The International Space Station has been continuously orbiting the Earth for more 18 years since manned expeditions began on November...
View this post on Instagram A post shared by imma (@imma.gram) on Jan 10, 2019 at 1:21am PST Computer generated technology is rapidly improving, so much so that it’s sometimes hard to tell the difference between what’s real and what’s animated. However, CGI isn’t just being used for special effects in films anymore—today the technology is also being applied to create incredibly realistic computer generated people.
In his piece, Man and the Mind, poet Shofi Ahmend calls the Garden of Eden “the heavens’ wonder.
From 3D drawings that seem to jump off the page to mind-boggling hyperrealistic art, we’ve seen many skilled artists transform...