7 Obscure Historical Terms for Gettin’ Lucky

Who else is planning to dance the Paphian jig this weekend?

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Animal of the Week: Lunita the Three-Fingered Sloth

Our idea of heaven happens to look remarkably like the Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica, whose mission is to rescue and rehabilitate nature’s most chill creatures. It’s also the place Lunita, an impossibly cute orphaned baby sloth, calls home.

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California, Here We Come! Etihad Airways to Launch San Francisco Service

Everyone likes more options, especially when one of those options happens to be San Francisco. In a few short months, Etihad Airways will make indulging in the sun, sand, and surf of the West Coast easy. Etihad, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, will launch its San Francisco service on November 18, 2014.

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The World’s Deadliest Island is Snake-Infested and Terrifying

Ilha de Queimada Grande is a 110-acre island off the coast of São Paulo, Brazil. It’s rather small as far as islands are concerned. It looks lush and welcoming. One might even call it charming.

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Animal of the Week: Raju the Captive Elephant Cried When He Was Freed

Meet Raju. Fifty years ago, awful human beings known as poachers stole Raju from his mother. His owners in the Uttar Pradesh area of India chained, beat, and starved him. Raju fed on scraps of food tossed to him by tourists and even ate plastic and paper to survive. Spiked chains around his legs made moving an excruciating experience and left permanent scars. This month, Wildlife SOS staged a rescue to give this majestic animal a shot at the abuse-free life he deserves.

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