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Photographer Finds 120-Year-Old Cat Photos After Developing Film Found in a Time Capsule

The ancient art of cat pictures has been recently uncovered by pictures developed from a 120-year-old film found in a time capsule. These capsules are a form of capturing a moment in time for posterity and connecting past generations with future ones.

French photographer and YouTube celebrity, Mathieu Stern, has found a time capsule in the basement of his ancient home. (more…)

Researchers Uncovered a 5,000-Year-Old Crystal Dagger

Archaeologic discoveries as always shrouded in mystery until scientists learn more about their origins. There have been lots of discoveries left behind by prehistoric civilizations, most of them consisting of stone objects, but a recent discovery in Spain offered a plot twist.
Researchers have discovered a beautiful weapon made from rock crystal, which dates to 3000 BCE. Carved with great skill and attention to detail, and left forgotten in the tomb of Montelirio tholos in the southwest of the country. (more…)

World’s Most Stylish Rabbit

Who knew bunnies have so much style and can be fashion icons? PuiPui is one of the fashionista bunnies on Instagram, all thanks to his human Mumitan from Tokyo.
She is dressing the tiny bunny in the most elegant outfits and takes lots of pictures of him in everyday life-like situations. PuiPui’s clothes are inspired by fictional characters such as Sherlock Holmes, but he also likes to show off in kimonos, capes, and tiny crowns. (more…)

Man Spends 40 Years Planting a Tree on Barren Island Every Day, Now It’s a Giant Forest

Small deeds can lead to a significant change, and this next story will hopefully inspire many people. Jadav Payeng has lived on the banks of the Brahmaputra River for all his life. In 1977, when he was 16 years old, he stumbled upon many dead snakes on Majuli Island, and their cause of death was the lack of vegetation and shade. (more…)

Canada Will Ban Plastic Bags, Straws, Cutlery, and Other Single-Use Plastics Starting in 2021

Single-use plastic is one of the worst threats to our Planet and it is a real struggle to eliminate it from our everyday lives. The Canadian government decided that it was time to take action and focus on being more sustainable, so they released a statement with a list of single plastic items that they are planning to ban in 2021. (more…)

Adorable ‘Frog and Toad’ Knitting Pattern

Many books leave an imprint on us and bring back happy memories. Beloved childhood books are surely among those that will always bring joy to one’s heart and such does everything related to them. (more…)

Magical Photos of Winter in Finland Under the Northern Lights

Tiina Törmänen is a nature photographer based in picturesque Lapland, Finland who simply loves to capture the everchanging sky in the season of the Northern Lights.
Lapland is known for its beautiful (more…)

Colorful Insects From Freshly Cut Flowers

Raku Inoue is a Montreal-based artist who crafts the most beautiful and delicate insects out of flowers.
His series is called Natura Insects and uses freshly cut flowers to make softly colored insect designs and unique arrangements.
His latest work contains 9 bugs, from butterflies to beetles, and are all placed onto white paper to make the colors used for the piece pop out. The insects are built from soft petals, flower buds, stems, and leaves to create a harmonious look. Since bugs are perceived as something ugly and repulsive in many cases, Inoue intends to change the public’s view and present the insects in a new light. (more…)

‘Lord of the Rings’ Super Fan Builds His Own Real-Life Hobbit House

Iconic books can change our worldviews and even inspire people to try and recreate the fictional scenarios in their realities. The Lord of the Rings trilogy has such a huge fanbase around the world, that people started building hobbit houses to live like fictional characters.
KahlumG, who is trending on Reddit, shared a picture of his uncle’s house, a beauty inspired by the Lord of the Rings located in Tomich, Scotland. (more…)

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