Woodpeckers Go Nuts!

These woodpeckers from California spend their day boring holes in granary trees before placing nuts into the empty spaces. The busy birds were snapped storing thousands of acorns by photographer Michael Yang at Stanford University. He said: ‘I spotted a family of Acorn Woodpeckers hard at work storing acorns for the winter. ‘They carefully pick acorns from oak trees and fly them to nearby storage/granary trees which sometimes hold up to 50,000 acorns. ‘The woodpeckers bore holes in the trees with their beaks to store their acorns in.” w/ photo

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Seinfeld’s Wants An Acura NSX (Extended Version)

“The things people will do to get their hands on a new Acura NSX can get a little out of hand. But the things Jerry Seinfeld will do for this season’s hottest car is downright hilarious. However, Seinfeld’s quest to get his hands on an NSX isn’t that easy. Watch as he gets some unexpected competition from a fellow car lover towards the end of the video. Can you guess who? Here’s your chance to watch the extended version of this commercial which will air during the Super Bowl.”

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Two-Headed Snake Eatin’

“This is a video of a 2-headed snake that we recently sold eating. Amazing as both heads totally try to eat! One of the best 2-headed snakes I have ever seen!” — siegelreptiles

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The Beardski

“As well as looking like you’re slowly eating a badger, the Beardski is remarkably good at keeping out the cold. Made from cosy thermal fleece with a waterproof neoprene lining, it’ll be sure to keep your chin toasty when you’re pelting down a black run. And speaking of chins, these one-size-fits-all wonders can be worn by absolutely anybody. So if you’ve ever wanted to feel like the old man of the mountain, or just need somewhere to hide your snacks, whip on a Beardski and ignore the funny looks. They’re just jealous.” w/ photos

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Top 14 Temporary Retail Stores

“Popping up in unexpected places overnight, temporary retail locations aim to dazzle shoppers with engaging visuals and alluring merchandise displays. They take over vacant storefronts, unfold from nondescript boxes or appear in the form of tents and igloos, giving shoppers an unexpected look at goods from big-name brands and small designers alike, taken outside the confines of cold and impersonal conventional shops. These 14 pop-up shops stand out for their ingenuity, making it nearly impossible to pass without taking a peek.” w/ photos

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