A little sun conure (sun parakeet) named Ami adorably prepared a lovely breakfast of tiny, bird-sized toast in a tiny toaster.
A a wonderfully affectionate disabled pig named Little Lilly Jelly Roll completely captured Arthur Acre's founder Todd Friedman's heart.
Steve Mould showed how tiny boats made of leaves pens can be powered by fractal ballpoint pen ink, sending them in a spiral.
The great Buzz Aldrin opened up about life after the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing mission in a 1980 BBC interview with Sir Ludovic Kennedy.
I Did Not Know That explained that John Travolta had auditioned for the role of Fonzie in the 1970s sitcom "Happy Days".
A lonely lion who was left behind in a cage at a closed Armenian zoo, walked outside and onto the grass for the first time in his 15 years.
A wary cat named Churchill hilariously froze in place like a stuffed animals as Danilo the baby toddled by.
Designer Matt Stevens reimagined popular movies as classic pocket paperback books in his aptly named series "Good Movies as Old Books".
Tomosteen, created an amazing stop motion animation of cat pen holders that danced to the traditional Finnish polka song "Ievan Polkka".
BBC's Michael Barrat interviewed Christopher Hudson who explained that his giant African snail Boozy enjoys drinking from a pint of beer.