Since the James Webb Space Telescope has started releasing images, the world has been on edge, waiting to see what it will capture next. So, on July 31, when French scientist Etienne Klein tweeted a new image from the telescope, the internet went wild with excitement. Described by Klein as a photo of the Proxima Centauri, it was retweeted thousands of times by people excited to see a new view of the universe.
Two people have found a way to make their daily routine more fun and exciting.
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Emmanuel Is Now the Most Famous Emu in the World for Knocking Over the Camera Every Time His Owner Is Filming
Humans aren't the only ones drawn to the spotlight. Sometimes animals want time on camera, too. In fact, a certain emu who goes by the name Emmanuel has gone viral on TikTok for stealing the spotlight from his owner Taylor Blake in a series of hilarious videos. Blake and Emmanel both live at Knuckle Bump Farms, a mini cow hobby farm in South Florida.
Another viral challenge has taken over TikTok, and this time two Hollywood giants joined in the fun.
For people who have periods, that time of the month can be a painful experience.
A mysterious figure has emerged from this year's Virginia-Kentucky District Fair. A woman by the name of Linda Skeens won not only one or two of the competitions, she swept through numerous categories in cooking, baking, and even embroidery. As a result of her dominant results, people on the internet have become fascinated with her anonymous identity, spurring some to call it a “Skeens Sweep.
Turtles aren’t known for their speediness, but a cute one named Sergio has finally found a foolproof way to get...
It's not often we catch a glimpse of our not-too-distant past, especially in mint condition.
When it comes to in-person conversations, laughter is universal. You may not speak the same language, but you can understand one another through laughter. Online humor, too, has become a significant portion of our communication with people from all over the world. If you speak English, you probably tend to use onomatopoeia (“haha”), abbreviations (“LOL” or “LMAO”), or maybe you have a favorite emoji. But have you ever thought about laughing online in different languages?
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The Tottori Prefectural Museum recently opened its latest exhibition about the Tyrannosaurus Rex.