Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Identical Twin Puppies, The World's Best Place for Expats, Life Aboard a World War II Tugboat and More

 
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Inside a Remarkable Repository that Supplies Eagle Parts to Native Americans and Science
 
Inside a Remarkable Repository that Supplies Eagle Parts to Native Americans and Science
 
 
It's Sherbet, Not Sherbert, You Dilettantes
 
It’s Sherbet, Not Sherbert, You Dilettantes
 
 
How a Sponge, Bubble Wrap and Sunlight Can Lead to Clean Water
 
How a Sponge, Bubble Wrap and Sunlight Can Lead to Clean Water
 
 
Life Aboard a Renovated World War II Tugboat
 
Life Aboard a Renovated World War II Tugboat
 
 
Awesome New Maps Show Alaska in High-Resolution Detail
 
Awesome New Maps Show Alaska in High-Resolution Detail
 
 
Identical Twin Puppies Confirmed for the First Time
 
Identical Twin Puppies Confirmed for the First Time
 
 
Mosquito Sprayers Accidentally "Nuke" Millions of Bees in South Carolina
 
Mosquito Sprayers Accidentally "Nuke" Millions of Bees in South Carolina
 
 
Laser Scientists Are Developing Star Trek's Phaser
 
Laser Scientists Are Developing Star Trek's Phaser
 
 
After Two Years of Searching, Comet Lander Philae Finally Found
 
After Two Years of Searching, Comet Lander Philae Finally Found
 
 
Giant Pandas Are No Longer Endangered but Are Still in Danger
 
Giant Pandas Are No Longer Endangered but Are Still in Danger
 
 
This Is the World's Best Place for Expats
 
This Is the World’s Best Place for Expats
 
 
Witness a Real-Life Wild West Buffalo Roundup
 
Witness a Real-Life Wild West Buffalo Roundup
 
 
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In 1949, Howard Unruh conducted what is considered to be the first mass murder in U.S. history. During a 20-minute shooting rampage, he killed 13 people and injured three. While Unruh wasn't the first to take the lives of multiple victims, read how his "lone wolf" behavior would define the psychological profile for modern shooters.
 
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Waste from a paper mill is agitated by aerators, producing steam and foam, which are pushed by the wind. Clearwater Paper Reservoire, Lewiston, Idaho. Aerial image (shot from a plane at 1,500 feet).
 
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