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June 29 at 10:29am

Crazy Animals #8: Best Friends

You ever meet someone who seems really different from you, but you just become the best of friends? Suryia and Roscoe did. And good thing for Suryia too, because orangutans are one of the most endangered species on this earth. Maybe we can all just get along after all, eh?


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June 22 at 10:22am

Journey Thru The Panama Canal In Under 2 Minutes!

The Panama Canal is a wonder, a massive project that took well over ten years to complete.  An estimated 23,500 people died in the process.  It is a series of locks where water fills and drains allowing huge ships to traverse what was once dry land.  It reduces the shipping route from New York to San Francisco by 8000 miles.  It’s still a long journey though, but now you can do it in the minimal time you should spend brushing your teeth.

Hat tip: Spencer’s Dad.  Thanks!


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June 15 at 10:15am

Seeing What You Can’t Normally See

Technology gives us all super powers.  There will always be people who can do what the average human can’t, but the really astounding powers are things that no one can do, like see in slow motion, or crystal clearly underwater.  But we have cameras to do that.


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June 6 at 10:06am

Art: How Many Ways Can You Make It?

The Giant Whale Creator himself, Richard Ellis, tossed this one into the Schnozze Pool and we dig it!  

Proof yet again that there is no end to creativity.  How many different ways are there to make something totally unique and beautiful and stunning?  The list continues to grow.  What we like about this is how it is solid but it is not, how it is a line but it is not.
Now if we can only figure out why they have the same number of balls as homeruns that Hank Aaron hit, we can go to sleep happy tonight.


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