Crack the Champagne for the new Expedition Boat, the Sir David Attenborough. Check it out HERE!
Looks like Shrimp n' Lobster put together two very different bouquets!
A sprig of Myrtle in the bouquet became a royal tradition when Queen Victoria married Prince Albert on February 10, 1840.
Before picking any flowers make sure it's okay to do so in the first place. Otherwise you could get into very big trouble!
For a botanical dream visit Kew gardens! You can explore the largest compilation of vegetation in the world, nearing 8.5 million species. Now that's a bouquet!
Visit kew HERE!
On May 2, 1933, a monster was spotted in the Scottish lake of Loch Ness! A photo of this strange creature was taken but was later revealed a hoax. Whether you believe or not, inconclusive data shows that something lurks in the deep waters below. Could it be our mysterious Loch Ness? We may never know!
It looks like the little Hedgehogs numbers in English Gardens are picking up! Thanks to the help of friendly neighbors making their environment a little more comfy. Learn about these Hedgehog friendly gardens HERE!
After four years of research and analyzing, scientists concluded that the Nasca line they discovered in 2013 is non other than an Orca! It is also the oldest geo-glyph. Learn about this discovery HERE!
As we ever so slowly evolve away from fossil fuels, the vegetation of the sea has surprised us as being a source of energy! Learn about it HERE!
The material that we've come to know in nearly every purchase we make, may define this day in Age. Check it out HERE!
Radio bursts have been discovered outside our galaxy by the Arecibo telescope in Puerto Rico. A potential sign that there could be life beyond our blue planet...or it could be neutron stars. Sounds like the Universe is singing! Learn about this discovery HERE!
While out on Safari, Shrimp n' Lobster observe a herd of elephants preparing to take down a Baobab tree for the thirst quenching water inside!
Who knew that elephants can seek out water through their sense of smell?! Learn about it HERE!
A collaboration of scientists have designed the Square Kilometer Array, the largest telescope in the world! Find out what has already been discovered HERE!
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