The watermelons you buy from grocery stores are typically plucked from vines which produce only 2-4 fruits. However, an extraordinary super-plant in Xinzheng, Hunan Province, China has just yielded an incredible 131 watermelons! Stemming from a centralized root, the fruits branch out and form a family circle. While the amount of fruits itself is impressive, equally so are the fruits' sizes and weights.
In the aftermath of the Rio Olympic Games, Team Great Britain—which brought home 67 medals and finished second overall—faced their...
Living the nomadic life and roaming around with all your worldly possessions may seem like a pipe dream to some,...
The universe holds the key to our very existence, and its wondrous beauty is a constant source of inspiration in our everyday lives. ThinkGeek celebrates the continual influence of the cosmos with their Solar Orbit Necklace, an exquisite piece of jewelry that offers an expansive look at our universe.
San Francisco’s Golden Bridges School cultivates kids’ personal growth while tending to the earth at the same time.
Are you ever up at 2am, with nothing to do and nowhere to go?
Cats are famously fearful of taking baths, but if this feline is any indication, they might be alright with the high seas. Since 2008, a Persian cat named Sailor has been aboard a Russian tourist ship that cruises between Moscow and St. Petersburg. He earns his keep by “working” with captain Vladimir Kotin and even has a uniform to prove it.
If you plant the seed of environmental awareness into a child’s mind early on, there’s better hope that it will...
Every superstar has a past, even one as cute as Wally, an Instagram-famous Angora rabbit.
Artist Liz West has recently revealed an ambitious piece that explores the visual impact of light and reflections within an ancient place of worship. The piece casts a brilliant rainbow spectrum throughout the architecture of the historic St. John’s Church in North Lincolnshire, UK. Composed of over 700 mirrors in 15 acrylic shades, Our Color Reflection causes light rays and vivid hues to radiate throughout the 125-year-old building.
Turkish archaeologists have recently unearthed a rare mosaic that dates back to 3rd century BC.
Satabdi Mishra and Akshaya Kumar Rautaray (of Walking BookFairs) are on a mission to help raise literacy across India.