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Cartoon Network Original Series History
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We’ve been wowed by your response for the Cities Project assignment! Instagram user @katedoo shared this discovery from Fellsmere Park in Malden, Mass. Keep submitting photos of nature reclaiming spaces in your community with the tag #nprcities on Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram and we may feature it on our Instagram or on NPR.org.
NPR Cities: Nature Reclaims Its Space
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We’ve been wowed by your response for the Cities Project assignment! Instagram user @katedoo shared this discovery from Fellsmere Park in Malden, Mass. Keep submitting photos of nature reclaiming spaces in your community with the tag #nprcities on Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram and we may feature it on our Instagram or on NPR.org.

NPR Cities: Nature Reclaims Its Space

You can follow all the stories in the Cities Project here

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kittlegit said: Why are eggs shaped weird?

scishow:

There are two questions here…first, what’s the evolutionary advantage to having egg-shaped eggs.
We’re not precisely sure but there are two prevailing theories. First, the “egg” shape is a sphere tapered to a point on one end creating a kind of wedge. The muscles inside the bird squeeze down on that wedge to push the egg out blunt-end first. A sphere would be much more difficult to squeeze out. (Not that either way sounds particularly fun to me.)
Second, a spherical egg would be able to roll forever in any given direction while an egg-shaped egg, when shoved, rolls in a circle around a central point, which would increase the likelihood that eggs would stay in a nest. This theory is reinforced by the fact that cliff-dwelling birds have an even more pronounced egg shape. 
The other question in your question is how do birds make their eggs egg-shaped. Obviously, if it were left up to simplicity, the egg would be a perfect sphere. Unfortunately, I do not know the mechanics of how this shape is actually achieved inside of a bird…and I really would like to know. 
-Hank

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teamcoco:

Paul Simon’s Memories Of George Harrison: George’s ukelele collection, his beautiful London home, & his love of pranking Ringo Starr. 

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jpnvines:

うるさい奴の対処法。kA!To.

How to deal with annoying guys.  kA!To.

Oh yeah, there’s something I need to talk to you about. Hey hey hey hey hey. Kaito. 

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jpnvines:

寝坊したとき 大学生vs社会人 #hokuto #fukuoka 〜 ほくぴー

When you oversleep  Uni students vs working adults #hokuto #fukuoka 〜 ほくぴー

Uni students:

Working adults:

I’ll be going off now. 

Japanese vines are like this unexplored vast field of precious gems.

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unexplained-events:

Tyson the Swan

Tyson will attack you if you come within a two-mile stretch of the Grand Union Canal in Bugbrooke, Northamptonshire. Joe Davies learned this the hard way and capsized.

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*headstrong by trapt plays*

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