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Posted on 2017.12.25 at 23:24


Top Ten Kids’ Movies With a Green Theme

(I think "Free Willie" and "March of the Penguins" would also be good).



12 of the Most Totally Bizarre Holes in Our Planet

After the Flood: Ruins of Mysterious 3,000-Year-Old Castle Found at the Bottom of Turkish Lake

Europe's Famed Bog Bodies Are Starting to Reveal Their Secrets

After Centuries of Searching, Scientists Finally Find the Mysterious Giant Shipworm Alive



Why Did Greenland’s Vikings Vanish?

Awesome Island! - Tristan Da Cunha: The Most Remote Inhabited Archipelago in The World - Wikipedia



Gough and Inaccessible Islands were declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1995.

35 Breathtaking Places To See Before You Die

What's this?! - Firefighters Furious After Saving YouTube Prankster Who Cemented His Head In A Microwave

Why Japan Is Obsessed with Kentucky Fried Chicken on Christmas

Kung Pow! - Why American Jews Eat Chinese Food on Christmas

Why are China instant noodle sales going off the boil?

Maybe Chinese people are waking up to gluten-free?  Nah...  I heard some story about Chinese people rebelling against cheese or something.  Well, everyone knows that, as China has advanced into Western cultural depravity, they have acquired a fondness for all things dairy, (and will soon die of American diseases, of course, in addition to death by heavy-metal poisoning).  Wisconsin has been seeing a great boom in dairy sales to China, especially in powdered milk, yum yow.  Now, what I don't understand is this: How can the Chinese be so infatuated with dairy consumption when they are almost all lactose-intolerant - can you answer me that?  Boy they must be having some terrible times over there.

How Japan’s Bear-Worshipping Indigenous Group Fought Its Way to Cultural Relevance - Akita!



16 of the Largest and Most Fascinating Living Things on Earth

More Human Behaviour
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