Flamingos are naturally white. Their diet of brine shrimp and algae turns them pink.
We consider it natural for a wife and mother to feed her family to ensure their health. That's why we are so horrified when the food leads to death.
Not to, er, sound a note of alarm or anything, but you'll notice roosters are nowhere to be found on this list.
Today's Brain Game has an unknown number of correct answers.
It all started at a crab-apple fair in rural England way back in 1269.
Our moods affect our thinking abilities in several ways. The research may explain why our greatest artists are often unhappy people.
Urinals with a View.
I came across the "Super Mario Brothers Super Show" closing credits sequence (the first video below), and just had to post it.
Don't you wonder what in the heck you would do with an Oscar if you won it? Does it go in a trophy case? Do you just casually display it as a bookend? Keep it in your office?
Fruit flies must get excited when they're selected for research roles. The life of a research fruit fly mimics that of a college student.
How do we measure happiness? What does it mean to be happy? How do we remember happiness?
We had a record number of players this month, and a record number of 100% correct submissions on Day 5! Vvvvery well done, gamers. We hope you enjoyed our V-themed hunt this month.
1. Are They Canadian?
by Jason English
2. Ashton Kutcher Tweet or Confucius Saying?
by Jason Plautz
3. City Nicknames
"In Space, No One Can Hear You Scream." That was the tagline for the movie Alien, Ridley Scott's 1979 sci-fi/horror masterpiece.
What do you do when a raid of a drug dealer's house turns up a lion, a tiger and a bear cub that are each only two months old?
Today's Brain Game is a "Poem Wot I Writ Myself," an old member of the mix that we haven't offered in quite some time.
Each line of this seven-line poem is a clue to a different
One day, you might find yourself working alongside Father Mulcahy from M*A*S*H. He may agree to take a photo with you.