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The REAL impact wolves have on our environment [vid]

The REAL impact wolves have on our environment [vid]

If you’ve driven on a highway in a wooded area in the fall, chances are, you’ve seen the results of our almost-complete removal of apex predators from American ecosystems. By removing wolves and bears and cougars, we’ve basically insured that highways through all of Pennsylvania and Ohio are carpeted in deer roadkill.

Why travel is the best answer to divorce

Why travel is the best answer to divorce

SOME PEOPLE ARE BORN TRAVELERS. We know who we are. We love airports, even when we aren’t going on the trip. We don’t really understand vacations, and never go on them. We can land alone in a foreign airport, without a guidebook or even knowing how to say thank you in the local language, and feel nothing but anticipation for the next meal.

Here’s an unbelievable beer bottle opening trick you’ve never seen before

Here’s an unbelievable beer bottle opening trick you’ve never seen before

I DON’T drink anymore, but this almost makes me want to get back on the sauce. Apparently you need a pretty strong magnet and have to tap fast with the coin. Go on and test this out. Report your results in the comments. UPDATE: After viewing another video by this guy where he pours water out of a bottle and it immediately turns to ice cubes, I’m inclined to believe the above video is fake.

You can poop in my hat: Adventures in kayak-camping

You can poop in my hat: Adventures in kayak-camping

“You can poop in my hat,” he said.We were camped at the deserted Highland Beach, 100 miles into a 150-mile kayaking trip in the Gulf of Mexico, paddling from Florida’s Everglade City to the Flamingo Visitor’s Center and back.I had a suspicion then, which has since been confirmed, that this was my relationship test.

Why birding is cooler than you think

Why birding is cooler than you think

When you think of a birder, you’re probably thinking about grandma looking out the back window at the blue jay coming to her birdfeeder, or perhaps a group of middle-aged men wandering through the local park in their vests.Think again — there are millions of birders from all walks of life, and they’re out there looking everywhere from the backyard to the ends of the earth.

Does setting up shots make travel journalism faker?

Does setting up shots make travel journalism faker?

Far too often, I find myself browsing through travel photography online. I probably have an unending list of other things I should be doing, but I can’t help looking through images of calming, aqua-blue Mediterranean waters, vast African plains covered by towering trees, and other faraway places, daydreaming of experiencing them one day.