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Holiday shopping is something of an art, and timing could mean the difference between big savings and going over your budget.
They named it Vaderlimulus tricki.
Mount Vernon holds perhaps the most famous dentures in American history.
You may not be familiar with the name, but you almost certainly learned about his most famous finding in your junior high science class.
Little luxuries and practical gadgets that won't break the budget.
The glow-in-the-dark pattern stays bright for up to 10 hours.
They aren't all there to get naked.
These links will take you all the way through the weekend!
"I have no idea why a blue moon is called a blue moon. There is nothing blue about it at all."
Squirrels and raccoons and owls, oh my!
Some athletes believe that smiling mid-competition improves their performance. Scientists put this theory to the test.
The bizarre material just got a little less mysterious.
For prehistoric residents of Indonesia's rugged Alor Island, fishing was fundamental for both the living and the dead.
An unwatered tree is basically one big pile of kindling.
After being banned from competitive skating, the beleaguered athlete turned to a new vocation: Getting her nose broken for money.
The purple shade represents "the mysteries of the cosmos and the intrigue of what lies ahead."
These gear picks suit almost any giftee—from nature newbie to pro adventurer.