The People of Texel Island are Professional Beachcombers

Anna Green

If you’ve ever tossed a message in a bottle into the ocean from anywhere in Northern Europe, it’s likely it ended up on Texel Island.

10 Names the Seven Dwarves Could Have Had

Stacy Conradt

There have been numerous jokes over the years as to what Snow White's sidekicks should have been named, but these were really options!

Longer Jellyfish Stingers Inflict More Pain, Study Says

Shaunacy Ferro

The deeper the sting, the more intense the pain.

What's That Ghost in the Background in 'Three Men and a Baby'?

Mental Floss UK

The truth is out there.

10 Handy Uses for Dryer Sheets

Shaunacy Ferro

They're not just for softening your shirts.

This App Tells You the Best Time to Shoot Outdoor Photos

Shaunacy Ferro

Never miss magic hour again.

Meet the Woman Who Discovered the Composition of the Stars

Caitlin Schneider

When she first finished her revolutionary thesis, Payne was told that the results were "clearly impossible."

Lily Dale, the Town That Speaks to the Dead

Bess Lovejoy

This little town in upstate New York has stayed true to its spiritualist roots.

World's Oldest Wombat Is Single And Ready To Mingle

Hannah Keyser

Patrick, a 30-year-old wombat, celebrates his birthday in style and hopes for companionship in the years to come.

5 Things You Should Know About Robert Todd Lincoln

Ethan Trex

While he didn't make quite the mark on history that his father did, Robert Lincoln had a pretty interesting life.

Dung Beetles Use the Milky Way for Navigation

Michele Debczak

The dung beetle has nature's smartest GPS.

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12 Amazing Dogs to Remember on National Dog Day

Jennifer M Wood

Celebrating the best of man’s best friend.

10 Benefits of Being a Dog Owner

Kathy Benjamin

The war between cat and dog people is vicious and will probably never end. Here’s some ammunition for the next time you are talking to one of those horrible cat lovers.

Looking for a Fun Twist on Highbrow Art? There's a Cat for That

Kirstin Fawcett

A late artist's new book portrays felines as characters from classic movies, books, and paintings.