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Artist Spotlight Of Week: Stephanie Hongo (a.k.a. Sugarfox)

Howdy Nation! In today’s post, we are going to be featuring our ‘Artist Spotlight’ of the week: Stephanie Hongo, also known as Sugarfox. Stephanie is best known for building animals using recycled plastic and various other discarded items or junk. In this interview, we will be learning all about Stephanie’s process

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Backyard Aliens? How Octopuses Are Portrayed In Science Fiction!

Octopuses= Aliens? Science fiction is full of imagination, and there are plenty of sci-fi movies where aliens take the form of octopuses. These intelligent, undeniably adorable creatures are portrayed in a variety of ways across all sorts of pop culture. Read on to find how octopuses in science fiction are

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‘Artist Spotlight’ Of The Week: Iulian Emil Moldovan

Howdy Nation! In today’s post, we are going to be featuring our ‘Artist Spotlight’ of the week: Iulian Emil Moldovan. Iulian is best known for his ceramic tiles and glass pieces to create beautiful and eye-catching art! In this interview, we will be learning all about Iulian’s process of creating

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House Hunters: Squid Edition! (Male Squids Search For Dwelling)

Breaking cephalopod news!! Squids might actually border on devoted parents-to-be and enjoy perusing their neighborhood reefs for the perfect home. Up until now, squids have led us to believe that they are a mate, lay eggs (if you’re the female), and get on with their day type of cephalopods. However,

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