Next time you eat guacamole, thank a giant ground sloth: the Lestodon! These 15-ft animals ate avocado whole, traveled, and then pooped, depositing the pits in new places. Most mammals couldn't handle large seeds, so it was up to megafauna to disperse (and fertilize!) avocados. pic.twitter.com/uBpAqQqgRg— American Museum of Natural History (@AMNH) December 29, 2017
Almost ALL of them valued kindness above most other virtues:— Alastair McAlpine (@AlastairMcA30) February 1, 2018
'My granny is so kind to me. She always makes me smile.'
'Jonny gave me half his sandwich when I didn't eat mine. That was nice.'
'I like it when that kind nurse is here. She's gentle. And it hurts less' /8
Thank you to @foxandfriends for exposing the truth. Perhaps that’s why your ratings are soooo much better than your untruthful competition!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 5, 2018
Wrong, Mr President.— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 5, 2018
Our NHS is a wonderful, albeit imperfect, health system - and the envy of the world.
By comparison, the US healthcare system is a sick joke & the envy of no-one. https://t.co/Ew5GxclcMF
I knew I wasn’t being over dramatic https://t.co/b2SkJwjWXG— ESOSA. (@NigerianBabeee) February 27, 2018
Wouldn't usually do something like this but there is a lot of good out there. A thread of thanks to @sainsburys...— Doron Salomon (@DoronSalomon) March 4, 2018
Hey Twitter I'm on a mission:— Candace Jean Andersen (@mycandacejean) March 9, 2018
The woman in this photo was an attendee at a 1971 International Conference on Biology of Whales.
She is the only woman, & the only one captioned "not identified" in the article I found the photo in. All the men are named.
Can you help me know her? pic.twitter.com/MifZvdRXRr
It was a privilege getting to know you Jonathan Pitre, thanks for sharing all of your great qualities with us all. You will always be remembered. My thoughts and prayers to Tina and the entire Pitre family.— Erik Karlsson (@ErikKarlsson65) April 6, 2018
Stop the world I'm getting off 🌎🚶🏽 pic.twitter.com/dw9avnZFKp— brad loram (@BradLoram) January 25, 2018