Dude, where’s my car? Oh, there it is, being chased by a swarm of 20,000 bees! Joking aside, this actually happened to someone and that must have been fucking terrifying. According to Metro, around 20,000 bees chased a car for 2 days because their queen got stuck in the car boot. In the bees’ defense, if… READ MORE »


Snoop Dogg has launched a new series on his amazing YouTube channel “Merry Jane.” The series is called “Planet Snoop,” where he narrates animal scenes in true perfect Snoop style. Basically a nature documentary style-show but where it’s just Snoop getting high and commenting on nature. Um, perfect?

Some observations include: “This squirrel… READ MORE »


Do you hate football and its alternative, total cuteness? Do you prefer aquatic boredom?

Well then the Fish Bowl is the correct viewing alternative for you.

Nat Geo’s brilliant program has actually been airing since 2014.

Here is a preview its genius:

I know what… READ MORE »


Nature, you sexy beast. This timelapse video of various flowers blooming — including my beloved PEONY, which is in season right now, YIPPPPPEEEEE — is downright sensual and I NEVER use that word. It’s actually from 2009 and is promotion for a cool-seeming app called Bloomclock which shows the passage of time via the blooming of various… READ MORE »


This just in: Australia’s been taken over by enormous cats. Well, sort of: The country’s Northern Territory is apparently overrun with feral cats that weigh up to 45 lbs; to smaller creatures, they’re basically killing machines, Vice reports, alongside a pretty stunning image. It’s posing a threat to the area’s biodiversity. “Even a small cat… READ MORE »


It’s OK to be jealous of a plant. The Psychotria Elata, also known as Hooker Lips or the Hot Lips Plant, has a better pout than you. These plants with the perfect lips can be found driving hummingbirds and butterflies wild in the rain forests of Central and South America. With some luck, MAC will start… READ MORE »


Cornell University might have just earned itself a prominent place in my higher education fantasies, thanks to some lush new lawns they installed … in the library. Two different libraries, to be exact, plus three other locations around campus, were equipped with real patches of grass to help students get a taste of nature and… READ MORE »


On my recent trip to Hawaii, I spent pretty much every night watching the sun set over the bright blue ocean and just, you know, thinking about life. There are certain places in the world–Maui, for example–that invite you to slow down, take a breath, and consider this amazing world we live in and our… READ MORE »


I rolled out of bed to pee. I shuffled past the roaring wood stove, into my snow boots and towards our one and only bathroom—the outdoors. After leaving New York City, my fiancé and I moved to Montana and built a traditional yurt from scratch. It was a bitch of a task, but the outcome… READ MORE »


Yeah, yeah, nature is beautiful, and all that … but have you really seen it up close? The Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition, according to their website, “honors the world’s most extraordinary microscope images of life science subjects,” and extraordinary they are. This year’s winner, Charles Krebs, photographed the feeding of Rotifer Floscularia ringens, with… READ MORE »


We love it when smarty-pants people, like MIT grads Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg, use their brilliance for things like curing disease and/or making jewelry. This “Full Moon” necklace from their “Nervous System” line is a “one of a kind composition born from the intersection of rapid prototyping and pattern generating algorithms.” Yeah, we don’t… READ MORE »