Second Wednesday, here we come! Cute critter Cool Science Rediscovering Thrift Frog!
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Halfway there! Wombat! A baby cheetah Building roads with more lanes can actually increase traffic Why pasta comes in all shapes and sizes
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You made it to Wednesday! Giant Leaf Mantis Mexican alligator lizard A vast range of non-human animals get high on purpose The evolution of the coffee cup lid
Detroit had been without darkness for months. It wasn’t clear what exactly what was going on with the sun. Scientists had some sciency sounding ideas but they were pretty much just whistling in the dark. Not that it was dark anymore. Because it certainly wasn’t Jen had fashioned blackout curtains from old bedsheets. The light … Continue reading Opening Line Response
Welcome to Wednesday! Hymenocallis x festalis Great gray owl Dogs can understand up to 1000 human words. The perils of asparagus
The world is full of people who tolerate Quinn Bentley. Do you find me adaptable yet? "This is your last chance!" signed Toby. Getaway was usually more dull. Detroit had been without darkness for months. These opening lines were generated here.