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Work Up An Appetite For V-Day With BPAL’s Weekly Link Roundup

2017 February 10
by black phoenix

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Welcome to our weekly roundup of cherished news bits! This week’s batch:

A previously unseen photograph of Harriet Tubman has been discovered, and is headed to auction!

☠ The Seattle Aquarium had to cancel this year’s Valentine’s Day octopus mating event out of concerns that it might result in cephalopod cannibalism.

☠ A Brazilian artist is re-imagining the Orishas as comic book superheroes.

☠ Check out this surreal collection of dolls that contain hidden worlds just beneath the surface of their skin.

These Peruvian spiders form webs that could contain up to 50,000 inhabitants living together in a colony.

Over-thinking Disney’s Pinocchio: here are some questions you never thought to ask as a child.

Oscar Wilde is among those posthumously pardoned for homosexuality-related crimes by the new Turing Law.

☠ Behold, the Rotten Egg Nebula in all its Hubble-telescope-observed glory!

☠ Let sculptor Beth Cavener take you on a journey into the making of her unforgettable animal/human creations:

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