Here's how it worked: Two bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana) were selected to go to space.
Did you see that incredible photo last week of the frog jumping away from the LADEE spacecraft launch? Did you laugh to yourself, ha ha, like a frog has been to space! Listen, I get it, but: frogs got the last laugh on this one.
Hello! We're working on a post — Presented by the Samsung Galaxy S® 4 — that'll feature reader-created food art, and we're hoping you'd like to submit. The only guide is that the final product be loosely about the news (a la this cicada made of potato, dried cranberries, turnip, celery, and endive), ideally not too morbid, and mostly made of things that are edible. The idea is that it'd be an amusing project to do if you find yourself with an hour or two (or five minutes) to kill. The final product could be great, it could be terrible, it could be anything at all. Made as a collaboration, [...]
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