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Seeing the Trees Through the Forest: Vestiges of Ancient Woods
Environment  (tags: trees, old growth trees, nature, humans, forests, pictures, sadness )

- 783 days ago -
To Ellingsen, the deep cuts on the stumps tell a story in themselves. "The springboard cut is the first cut - it was symbolic to me," he says. "I thought the marks were very iconic, almost like a mouth, scream, or wound."
The Spreading Scent of Cologne
World  (tags: conflict, immigration, terrorism, violence )

- 783 days ago -
The mass sexual assaults on New Year's Eve, and many through the year, are clearly the work of single, mainly young men. In packs, people can more easily give in to anti-social tendencies, but these men from North Africa and the Middle East seem
Dog Saves Life of His Choking Young Owner Heimlich-Style
Offbeat  (tags: dogs, bizarre, goodnews, interesting, humans, pets, safety, unusual )

Hanna May
- 781 days ago -
Just as she was on the verge of passing out, Sheba sprung into action and planted her hefty paws on her back, dislodging the stuck morsel of food.
Torn Apart By An Open Door for Migrants: Sweden Is Seen as Europe's Most Liberal Nation, But Violent Crime Is Soaring and the Fa
World  (tags: immigration, terrorism, violence, middle-east, ethics )

- 783 days ago -
We refuse to stay there,' says 29-year-old Maher Al-Saleh, as he stands defiantly on the roadside. 'The bedrooms are small, it's dirty, and they serve pasta every night, which we don't like. It is run like a Christian prison
Ancient Ink: How Tattoos Can Reveal Hidden Stories of Past Cultures
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

- 782 days ago -
The English word tattoo is commonly said to be derived from the Polynesian word tatau or tatu. This Polynesian word means âEUR~to mark somethingâEUR(TM). Additionally, this word is an onomatopoeia, and is derived from the sound that was made by the tools
Fulachtai Fia: Legends of the Mysterious Bronze Age Pits of Ireland
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

- 782 days ago -
A fulacht fiadh (spelled also as fulacht fian ) (the plural form being fulachtai fia ) is a type of archaeological feature found in Ireland. Such features have also been found in other parts of the British Isles, and are known as burnt mounds
Dog Walks 200 Miles to Find the Woman Who Rescued Her
Offbeat  (tags: off-beat, humans, dogs, pets, interesting, unusual )

Hanna May
- 781 days ago -
She was saved by a woman named Nina who took her in, nursed her back to health, and then found her a home. But Shavi escaped from her new home and walked nearly 200 miles back to be with her guardian angel.
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