Old-timey musician Thomas Benjamin Wild Esq. performed a bouncy ukulele cover of "Sheena Is a Punk Rocker" by The Ramones.
Geobeats Animals visited Samantha Gissela Sirico, a compassionate woman who cared for a flightless bee during the final hours of his life.
A cat quite graciously allowed his human to use his tail as a prop stick shift while practicing for sports announcing voiceover work.
Vox producer Edward Vega explains the history of roller coasters, specifically explaining why the loops aren't perfectly circular.
Kind butchers at the Yesim Meat Gallery in Manisa, Turkey gave a hungry stray cat a tasty treat.
‘One More Try’, An Experimental Film That Combines a Skater’s Failures and Successes Into a Single Shot
Najeeb Tarazi created an experimental film that combines a skateboarder's various attempts at a trick into a single shot.
Justin Dodd of "Food History" explains how the pretzel moved beyond its theological origins to become one of the most popular snack foods in the world.
A loquacious Ted-Ed lesson written by Grace Smith-Vidaurre and Tim Wright explains how parrots are able to imitate human speech and sounds.
Travels With Tom visited Macy's Department Store in New York City, to ride of the last functioning wooden escalators in the world.
A flexible orange cat adorably squeezed herself into a clear glass jar with a very narrow mouth like a contortionist, going in head first.