The wonderfully named FrogLog is a very cleverly designed soft ramp with the sole purpose of allowing small animals to quickly escape the confines of a swimming pool on their own accord. The FrogLog was designed by wildlife biologist Rich Mason, who made the device portable, inexpensive, easy to place and took an animal’s instincts into account.
The FrogLog is a simple, cost effective device, that allows most small animals to escape from any swimming pool. …Animals instinctively swim to the edge of the pool and circle the edge, seeking a way out. The animal will bump into the FrogLog and climb out of the pool.
via The Dodo
South Dakota gamer and musical artist NakeyJakey (a.k.a. “snakeboy229“) created a new video where he shares his amusing thoughts on dogs in video games. NakeyJakey, who floats around the screen on his fitness ball, makes it known what he is ready for our canine companions to get a more serious role in upcoming games.
happy father’s day I hope your dad pets a dog
— NakeyJakey (@jakeychristy) June 16, 2017
just lookin at good dogs pic.twitter.com/86pgbqtaMh
— NakeyJakey (@jakeychristy) June 19, 2017
Du-Shaunt Stegall (a.k.a. “Fik-Shun“), who co-won season 10 of So You Think You Can Dance and is currently competing on NBC‘s World of Dance television show, threw down an amazing dance routine at the 2014 international World of Dance competition held in Las Vegas. Fik-Shun popped and locked all over the stage to Crizzly and AFK‘s remix of the song “Chain Hang Low” by Jibbs.
Big Bang Theory actress and scientist Mayim Bialik fondly explained the concept of DNA, how DNA works and what DNA does. In doing so, Bialik employed her unique perspective as a self-described “scientist mama” to talk about the DNA makeup of her two sons.
My first born son is a genetic anomaly. He’s colorblind. He scans people’s faces for emotions to help regulate. …My second born is a lefty. …He was born understanding perspective. …There are so many things I don’t understand. …But I understand my sons’ similarities and differences the way only a scientist mama can. I understand DNA.