July 27, 2021

Olympian Tom Daley Shares Inspiring Message for LGBTQ+ Youth After Gold Medal Win

British diver Tom Daley won his first Olympic gold medal at the Tokyo 2020 games in the synchronized 10-meter diving competition. The accomplishment, achieved alongside his diving partner Matty Lee, breaks a 21-year-long winning streak held by China. While the win is reason enough for Daley to celebrate, he’s using the moment to speak on LGBTQ+ visibility at the Olympic games.

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July 26, 2021

Watch How a Helpful Guy Saves Local Sea Turtles From Unnecessary Suffering

Barnacles are a particularly sticky type of crustacean that love to attach themselves to hard surfaces such as rocks and ships. However, sometimes, the marine creatures also adhere to the shells of sea turtles. A single barnacle doesn’t harm a turtle and will usually go unnoticed; however, if too many barnacles attach themselves to the turtle’s shell, it can cause serious problems.

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July 19, 2021

German Museum Repatriates Lakota Chief’s Embroidered Leather Shirt to His Descendants

As museums around the world struggle with repatriating objects taken through theft, colonial influence, and cultural looting, important items are slowly making their way back to where they belong. Among these culturally significant artifacts is an embroidered leather shirt which once belonged to Chief Daniel Hollow Horn Bear (Mato He Oklogeca) of the Teton Lakota. The shirt has been in the collections of the Weltkulturen Museum in Frankfurt, Germany for over 100 years.

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