Back in the late 1800s, entertainment on a Friday night was noticeably lower tech than today. But that wasn’t so much an obstacle as it was an opportunity, which saw the birth of the cinematic art form. Over the 120 years or so since those first attempts at creating moving pictures using consecutive still images,… Continue reading A fascinating look into the history of film.
A wiggly, ravenous caterpillar — one that doesn’t limit its diet to naturally grown objects — can biodegrade plastic bags, a material infamous for the amount of time it takes to decompose, a new study finds. The 1-inch-long (3 centimeters) wax worm, also known as the honey worm caterpillar (Galleria mellonella), is no stranger to… Continue reading Read about a type of caterpillar that can ingest plastic bags.
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