Bill Galloway

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15 Things Happy People Do Differently

They say that happiness is just a state of mind, while others believe that it is a lifestyle one embraces. Regardless of what you believe it to be, …


While you were sleeping, your brain was working overtime

Sleep has profound importance in our lives, such that we spend a considerable proportion of our time engaging in it. Sleep enables the body—including the brain—to recover metabolically, but contemporary research has been moving to focus on the active rather than recuperative role that sleep has on …


Animal Life on Twitter: "Sea Dragons, rare and somewhat weird creatures. Gorgeous pic!"

Please visit the OBWU website:! This is Lake Nakuru in Kenya. It is a small alkaline lake on the Southern edge of the town of Nakuru about 160 kilometers from Nairobi. Low salt levels and warm water temperatures encourages the growth of an abundance of algae - because of this a myriad of pink flamingos, often more than a million come to feed at the lake. Scientists reckon that about 250,000kg of algae per hectare is consumed by the flamingo population every year!

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Sympathy for the devil(s flowers)

Although closely related and despite its appearance, the Weedy sea dragon is not a seahorse. Unlike the seahorse, it does not carry the young in a pouch. by Richard Wylie via I fucking love biodiversity


The fisherman

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Pacific Chorus Treefrog in Nepenthes Pitcher

Veiled Chameleon Care Sheet

By Michael Monge<p>Beautiful veiled chameleons are bred in captivity regularly, which is good news for chameleon enthusiasts because captive-bred …

Are tortoises starving to death in Joshua Tree? - Conservation

The corpses of apparently starved and dehydrated tortoises are littering part of Joshua Tree National Park, and the culprit may be climate change.<p>In …

A Polar Bear Population is In Decline. Can You Guess Why?

<i>Update Below</i><p>New photos show polar bears in a population of bears in Hudson Bay that are on the front lines of climate change, as news continues to …

Mutant mosquito virus may serve as vaccine for deadly disease - Futurity

Scientists say a mutant form of a deadly mosquito-borne virus that kills about half of the people it infects shows promise as a potential vaccine.

Animal Smuggling Ring Leader Pleads Guilty Amid Fresh Slaughter

U.S. officials warned today of an "urgent" need to stop the increasing "slaughter of magnificent creatures" around the world, as they announced a …


The science behind stuffing your face at Christmas

Feeling full, psychology and how festive food and drink make a monster of your appetite<p>The amount of food we can put away on Christmas day is as impressive as it is excessive. Chocolates and mince pies are fair game 24/7. Savoury nibbles are needed shortly after breakfast, to soak up the …

Life-hacking the brain: better living through science!

A simple little trick has the potential to improve the lot of both parents and inveterate party-goers. Just don't tell the European Medicines Agency<p>There is something that we all need. You can't touch it, you can't really see it, but you certainly know its effects and feel its loss. In fact, while …