MYSTERY OF THE MOVING STONES
Heavy stones (700 pounds) seemed to have moved by themselves in Death Valley National Park. They left behind a trail in the cracked mud. Some trails measured as far as 820 feet.
How did these huge rocks move by themselves?
Several explanations have been given ranging from aliens to pranksters. No one has seen the rocks themselves move, adding to the mystery.
But scientists have recently figured out that perhaps, water and ice could form under the rocks under certain weather conditions allowing them to move through the muddy surface.
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the look on their faces though. its like “omfg, charles. charles, charles. THE HUMAN IS WAVING. WAVE BACK, HURRY.”
This is the best thing I have ever seen
reblogging again because I cannot fucking contain myself so cute
if I’m ever having a bad day, this is what I’m going to watch. for hours.
THIS IS SO ADORABLE THEY’RE LIKE REAL PEOPLE AW
Sanctuaries in Costa Rica adopt baby sloths that have been abandoned by their mother, take care of them, teach them how to survive, and then return them to nature. At the Sanctuaries, these little animals that love to grab, spend hours embracing the trees or stuffed animals. Costa Rica has a high rate of babies abandoned by their mother, and one theory suggests that this may be related to a genetic mutation caused by pesticides.
Sources: http://www.slothsanctuary.com/ / http://bit.ly/1dXearH
Photo via The Featured Creature by Carly Brooke
THAT BABY SLOTH IS IN JAMMIES. START WORK ON MY FUNERAL BECAUSE I AM OFFICIALLY DED OF THE CUTE NOW.
good news guys i just figured out my entire future
bad news guys i’m moving to costa rica
Fun fact guys, that one “in pajamas” is actually wrapped in bandages to stop him licking his anti-mange cream off. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRJlj8bkx4c Watch it on video because it is adorable.