Plushie lovers generally collect toys because they’re shaped like their favorite characters, or because they’re made by major brands like Gund and Steiff, but the plush works of Wood Splitter Lee are so cool looking they're sure to appeal to any and all plush collectors: Lee calls her creations plush sculptures for a reason- each one is meticulously hand crafted, with poseable skeletons and super realistic yet utterly adorable faces, and as you would expect each soft sculpture costs a pretty penny (from $180 to over $900).
Do you want to frighten away animal predators and small children? Get yourself an Elmo doll and tie it by the throat to a wire fence.
Oakland Zoo knew they had a photogenic girl on their hands early on in Mimi the baby hamadryas baboon's life.
(YouTube link) David Chesney started building a wooden roller coaster in his backyard in Toronto when he was only 15.
Does your dog get exited about a trip in the car? Does your cat like the roam around the neighborhood?
YouTube Link This video by Science at NASA discusses an upcoming summer evening — August 10th — that sky watchers won't want to miss.
A female octopus lays eggs once in her lifetime and dies soon after. But until the eggs hatch, she guards them fiercely, to the point of not eating.
Cartoon universes are about to collide in Springfield as both Family Guy and Futurama are set to make appearances in the land of the Flaming Moe.
It’s been a long week, but the closer we get to the weekend, the slower the workday goes! Why is that?
Jimmy Kimmel is like many comedians in that he doesn't seem to have a filter, and when he decided to record a bit for his show Jimmy Kimmel Live at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 he went lower than most Comic-Con coverage has gone before.
Kicki Karlén was shocked when she checked inside an IKEA bag among a large number of bags in the basement of her church in Kläckeberga parish, Sweden, and saw a human skeleton.
YouTube Link A visitor to Great Bend Zoo in Kansas attempted to take a selfie with a trumpeter swan habitat in the background, and the swan apparently had an objection to that idea.
San Diego Comic-Con 2014 was bigger than ever in terms of attendance, and yet it was lacking the large Hollywood presence that has made the last few years unbearably crowded in the exhibit hall, which means there was plenty of room for independent artists to set up and share their graphic creations.
YouTube Link In a video he calls "I'm starving, man," the reason being "this happens every time I go to eat," YouTube user Aslam Hossein reminds viewers that music can be made with almost any ordinary item.
(Photo: Connoisseur 4 the Cure) 257 were female and 5 were male. That makes it only the 827th most popular baby name, far behind the endless hordes of Noahs and Emmas.
(YouTube link) Justin Lewis is an electrical lineman in Kentucky. He and his crew were cutting trees and limbs one day and found a fawn hidden in the way of the tree fall.
(Image: Bill Mudron) Theodor Geisel did not live long enough to illustrate everything, which is a shame.
When one of your friends has a pool close enough to jump into from the roof of the house people will take the leap, even if they’re just trying to show off, but would those same people attempt this insane leap?
Generally speaking, the beauty of a window is that it allows you to look outside into the big, wonderful world.
Ctrl + Alt + Delete started as a trade secret. Then it became an icon. (Image credit: Flickr user StephenMitchell) In the spring of 1981, David Bradley was part of a select team working from a nondescript office building in Boca Raton, Fla.