They’re a dance, dance, dance, dance, dancin’ machine…

Watch them get down, watch them get down As they do, do, do their thing, right on the scene Because sometimes what you need most is to watch a robot doggo dancing to U2's "With or Without You" performed on cellos by Massimiliano Martinelli and Fulvia Mancini. Actually, this nimble robot isn't specifically canine. This autonomous …

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Tentacular Playtime With A Tenacious Octopus

  Because sometimes what you need most is to watch a small octopus playing with a scuba diver Tim Dunn in waters off the coast of Crete. Especially when that little octopus also enjoys receiving pets: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HaCrwKvji6U&feature=youtu.be To learn more about our fascinating octopus friends I recommend attending an intensive class in the form of this equal …

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Notorious RBG Nail Art by Chalkboard Nails

Phoenix, AZ-based nail artist Sarah Waite of Chalkboard Nails used a tiny brush, nail lacquer, and lots of patience and care to freehand paint this miniature portrait of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, aka the Notorious RBG, Supreme Court Justice, Feminist, wearer of the Dissent Collar, and all-around heroic and trailblazing human being. I can only imagine how empowered Waite's client, …

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Fenton the Doggo, Chaser of Deer and Monday Blues Alike

Because sometimes what you need most, especially on a Monday, is to be reminded of the existence of this video of a dog named Fenton living his very best Labrador life, chasing an entire herd of red deer through London's Richmond Park as his horrified human, editorial consultant Max Findlay, runs after him, his futile shouts at …

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Yellow birb, you’re one in a million.

Because sometimes what you need most is to see a one-in-a-million birb, this vibrant yellow cardinal who was recently sighted in Alabaster, AL. According to Auburn University biology professor Geoffrey Hill, the cardinal's yellow coloration is the result of a rare genetic mutation. Ordinarily this male northern cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis) would be bright red, but this …

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