This two pages Cracked article show "Six/6 Places You'll Recognize from the Background of Every Movie -- We rarely pay attention to the locations in a film, unless the landscapes are unusually breathtaking (probably computer generated images (CGI)) or, like, literally wallpapered in genitals. However, if you think back to your favorite films, you might notice that many of them used the same locations. Just like with actors, there is an elite group of places that tend to show up in hit and/or classic movies.
/. shared University of California Berkley (UCB)'s article on how "social animals usually congregate for protection or mating or to capture bigger prey, but a UCB biologist has found that the terrestrial hermit crab has a more self-serving social agenda: to kick another crab out of its shell and move into a larger home..."
Wired (one very long web page with all of the images) shows "Incredibly Small: Best Microscope Photos of the Year -- Every year for nearly four decades, Nikon has received hundreds of entries in its Small World microscope photography contest. Every year, the images are more amazing, and this year's winners -- selected from nearly 2,000 submissions -- are undoubtedly the best yet. Super-close-ups of garlic, snail fossils, stinging nettle, bat embryos, bone cancer and a ladybug are among the top images this year. The first place winner (above) shows the blood-brain barrier in a living zebrafish embryo, which Nikon believes is the first image ever to show the formation of this barrier in a live animal..."