Mallory Crusta shared interesting facts about Maine Coon cats, noting their long history and their distinctively American origins.
Michael Lindsey looks at the unique linguistics of the the famous Sopranos of New Jersey, particularly noting their Italian roots.
A tamandua named Otis who lives at the San Diego Zoo showed off his incredibly long tongue to root out some ants at the bottom of a tube.
Tommy Silk of Landmarks of New York explains the puzzling Brooklyn roots of the famous former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
Scientists found that male chimpanzees in Uganda’s Budongo Forest use distinctive rhythms when drumming upon the roots of trees.
Ze Frank offers a humorous look at parasitic fungi and how they take over the live bodies of different insects with the intent of propagating.
Great Big Story visited Sofi Mursidawati of Bogor Botanical Gardens, who is on a quest to understand how the worlds largest flower grows.
Marcin took to the great outdoors to perform a modern acoustic interpretation of the classic Beethoven composition Für Elise.
Weird History explains the history of Dr Pepper and how Doctor Charles T. Pepper may have been the doctor behind the name.
Vox looks at the misnomered cinematic "Dutch angle", noting that the roots of this camera trick originate in German Expressionism.