Bringing you all the best things to read while you do the deed.
This week’s issue includes all things fascinating and fecal related — from nest maintenance to high altitude outhouses.
Ah, the miracle of life.😌
One keen Vox observer spent their quarantine watching four American Robin hatchlings go from tiny blue eggs to big bundles of grumpy feathers. As with any good scientific endeavor, this process sparked many a question from our intrepid researcher. To solve these many mysteries, they sought out an expert and reached an ornithologist. If you have a strong stomach and a thirst for knowledge, join them in today’s video share to find out why birds’ nests don’t fill up with poop! 🐤
As we’re coming to the end of another sweet corn season, now seems as good a time as any to tackle that age-old question — why can’t we digest those colorful kernels? Today’s share from LiveScience has us covered with the lowdown on cellulose. 🌽
Last up…an entire coffee table book dedicated to beautiful mountain commodes? Count us in! ⛰️
Gavin T Boutet tackles the topic of the top spots to trot above two-thousand meters in his new book entitled Poo With a View. 💩
Seabirds, space, and the silliest prizes on the planet. …
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