A Rare Yellow Lobster Joins a Boston Aquarium’s Lobster Rainbow

A very rare yellow lobster has joined a Boston aquarium’s lobster rainbow. There is about one in ever 2 million lobsters that is blue. They also come in yellow sometimes too. The bright yellow lobster was donated to the New England aquarium in Boston. It is going to join other strangely colored lobsters. Key Takeaways:Most bottom-feeding lobsters that...

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Amtrak CEO-In-Waiting Richard Anderson Boasts About Rail Line’s Seat Quality

Amtrak’s soon-to-be CEO, Robert Anderson, focuses on a new advertising campaign to attract more rail-way travelers. Anderson’s previous 9 years as Chief Executive to Delta Air Lines Inc, allow him to compare the benefits of traveling Amtrak over traveling by air. From upgrading passenger car interiors to improving on-time departures, Anderson highlights...

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Santarella in Tyringham, Massachusetts

Four fantastical dwellings on a single property in Western Massachusetts have been torn from the pages of a storybook and put on the market. Known as the Santarella, the estate is a Berkshires getaway destination that hosts weddings and events. The whimsical spot is commercially zoned, but is being sold as both a residential and commercial property. Santarella...

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The Changing Nature of Lubunca, Turkey’s LGBTQ Slang

Budgeting is key when travelling in Europe. Unlike travel in South East Asia and even South America, travel in Europe can be expensive at times. There are ways to prolong your time in Europe by adopting a shoestring budget. By doing this you do run the risk of missing out on some big events – music festival tickets are very expensive for example. But, if you...

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The Best Animal Reactions to the Eclipse

A national obsession recently took place relating to the solar eclipse on August 21, 2017. Prior to it, a survey was made of rangers, zookeepers and biologists about eclipse’s effect on animals. They had varied assumptions from no reaction to staring. In fact, bats left their roosts and Turkey Vultures returned to theirs thinking it was evening. Flamingos...

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The Devil’s Punchbowl in Thetford, England

The Devil’s Punchbowl is a natural occurrence. It is a fluctuating mere that is located in Breckland of Norfolk, England. It formed due to erosion of the subsurface and became an underground chasm. This chasm collapsed and formed a doline. This exposes the nearby aquaifer, and it fills usually long after rainfall. This gives it a seemingly supernatural...

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Perhaps You’d Like to Purchase Art Sculpted by a Cow

But if your favorite goes too fast, or sells too high, never fear: it’s a flexible medium, and you may get another chance. “Some people just throw ‘em back out,” Deschner says. “And if they’re there next year, they bring ‘em back in and sell ‘em again. Perhaps You’d Like to Purchase Art Sculpted by a Cow

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In Search of Cemeteries Alive With Beauty, Art, and History

There are many beautiful cemeteries out there and one book talks about all of the ones you need to see before you die. One thing that people need to have when they enter a graveyard is respect. Even cemeteries that are closed to brand new burials need to be treated with the utmost care and respect. In Search of Cemeteries Alive With Beauty, Art, and History

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Greece

Greece

Known for its black sand beaches, exquisite landscapes, ancient ruins and crystal blue waters, Greece is the ultimate vacation destination. However, if you’re looking for more unspoiled locations of Greece instead of its jam-packed tourist destinations, then pack your bags and head to either Nafplion, Hydra or Spetses. Nafplion is all about the romance, especially...

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