Baby turtles call to each other while they’re still in their shells so that they all hatch at the same time.
This is how an Aurora Borealis is created https://t.co/LlwzSWz8FO
This warning sticker looks like a really high chicken https://t.co/u5CpPorcRc
Stephen Fry once claimed that Douglas Adams had told him the true meaning of 42 but that he would take the secret to his grave: ‘Pity, because it explains so much beyond the books. It really does explain the secret of life, the universe & everything.’ (Image: Michael Hughes) https://t.co/ivPuw9Ognc
We are stuck with technology when what we really want is just stuff that works. DOUGLAS ADAMS
For the past 30 years, thieving macaques at the Uluwatu temple in Bali have been bartering with tourists to return their possessions in exchange for food, with negotiations lasting up to 17 minutes. https://t.co/bb9RSrHw5Y
Ciabatta bread was invented in 1982 by an Italian miller called Arnaldo Cavallari as an attempt to combat large-scale baguette imports from France. (Image: Vincent Talleu) https://t.co/ny0Jt1R5fb
Before rubber erasers appeared in the late 18th century, crustless bread was used to remove pencil marks from paper.
A visual representation of how it is theoretically possible to attach six belts to a rotating cube without them tangling. (Animation: JasonHise) https://t.co/1jNHN8RrD8
In her memoir ‘My Brother-in-Law Adolf’, Bridget Hitler claims she suggested to Adolf that he trim the ends of his moustache, remarking later that he’d ‘gone too far.’ (Image: Realironman) https://t.co/t04z8mjsSS