We're on a trip to Disneyland today, otherwise known as the @ltmuseum depot.
We're on a trip to Disneyland today otherwise known as the ltmuseum depot
Janice Unger
QI - Quite Interesting
QI - Quite Interesting
04/21/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
That bright star? That's not a star; it's Earth shining through a gap in Saturn's rings. (Photo by the Cassini Orbiter, NASA/JPL/Caltech/ESA/ISA.)
That bright star Thats not a star its Earth shining through a
Nat M. Bez
Mikael Oebius
Stewart Spence
QI - Quite Interesting
QI - Quite Interesting
04/21/2017 at 18:34. Facebook
Exciting announcement Fish Fans!

New dates have been added to our tour!

Oct 22nd - Newcastle - The Stand Comedy Club, Newcastle
Oct 25th - Bath - Komedia Bath
Oct 26th - Cardiff - Glee Club Cardiff

Be one of the first to get tickets from 10am next Thursday the 27th of April here:

[ Mickperrin.com Link ]

#realnews #notfakenews
QI - Quite Interesting 04/21/2017
Peter Lenagh
QI - Quite Interesting
QI - Quite Interesting
04/21/2017 at 11:00. Facebook
Every night, tiny bats are released in the Mafra Palace Library in Portugal. They eat insects that may damage the books. (Photo by Will Pryce.)
Every night tiny bats are released in the Mafra Palace Library in
Nickey Horatius Fregerslev
Marilyn Slater
André Gil da Costa
QI - Quite Interesting
QI - Quite Interesting
04/20/2017 at 07:51. Facebook
The Hoff crab, named for its hairy chest, lives near thermal vents on the ocean floor and farms bacteria for food on its own body.
The Hoff crab named for its hairy chest lives near thermal vents
Geni Oslund
Kerry Joost
Morten Høst Grønvold
QI - Quite Interesting
QI - Quite Interesting
04/19/2017 at 18:32. Facebook
‘2017 European Tree of the Year’ is Oak Józef, a 650 year old oak tree in Poland. It hid a pair of Jewish bothers in its trunk during the Nazi occupation of Poland. (Image: Rafał Godek)
2017 European Tree of the Year is Oak Józef a 650 year
Ashley Harrison
Lucy Martin
Gemma Bates
QI - Quite Interesting
QI - Quite Interesting
04/19/2017 at 15:10. Facebook
This bookshop in Jordan is open 24 hours a day and is described by its owner, Hamzeh AlMaaytah, as ‘an emergency room for the mind’.
This bookshop in Jordan is open 24 hours a day and is
Anna Teresa Bosko
Sarah Jayne
Sarah Jayne
QI - Quite Interesting
QI - Quite Interesting
04/19/2017 at 11:31. Facebook
African tigerfish are the only fish known to leap out of the water and pluck birds out of the air for lunch.
African tigerfish are the only fish known to leap out of the
Carl West
Carolyn Caz Cranko
Mona Berntsen
QI - Quite Interesting
QI - Quite Interesting
04/18/2017 at 18:33. Facebook
Moscow based artist Nikita Golubev etches images of animals onto the surfaces of dirty vehicles.
Moscow based artist Nikita Golubev etches images of animals onto the surfaces
Steve Andrews
Teresa Chalke
Bjørn Ruthberg
QI - Quite Interesting
QI - Quite Interesting
04/18/2017 at 10:59. Facebook
Japanese artist Gaku carves patterns into fruit and vegetables, takes a photo and then he eats them.
Japanese artist Gaku carves patterns into fruit and vegetables takes a photo
Daniel Gover
Ion Griffis
Sanne Feenstra
QI - Quite Interesting
QI - Quite Interesting
04/18/2017 at 07:09. Facebook
Archaeologists have known that the Easter Island heads have bodies since 1914.
Archaeologists have known that the Easter Island heads have bodies since 1914
Anders Heiskel
Rebeca Elliott
Windsor Lemon
QI - Quite Interesting
QI - Quite Interesting
04/17/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
When you can't decide on which book to read: an eighteenth century rotating book carousel. (Photo by @LitteraCarolina.)
When you cant decide on which book to read an eighteenth century
Wouter van der Graaf
Bruce Rogerson
John Gardiner
QI - Quite Interesting
QI - Quite Interesting
04/17/2017 at 11:00. Facebook
Every spring, thousands of firefly squid light up Toyama Bay, Japan. Each squid is less than 10 cm long, and they glimmer like stars in the water. (Photos by Michael Ready, Brian J. Skerry.)
Every spring thousands of firefly squid light up Toyama Bay Japan Each
John Gardiner
Amanda Horton
Lucas Ryan
QI - Quite Interesting
QI - Quite Interesting
04/16/2017 at 09:34. Facebook
New research shows that 59% of people eat their chocolate bunnies starting with the ears, 4% with the bottom and 33% said they don’t care which end they start from. Happy Easter.
New research shows that 59 of people eat their chocolate bunnies starting
Brian Macu
Erin Beck
Julian Waldron
In Poland's Crooked Forest, all the trees are bent towards the north. No one knows why they were grown that way. (Photo by Rzuwig.)
In Polands Crooked Forest all the trees are bent towards the north
Claire Davis
Tomas Ljung
Kenrick Leiba
Deep in an Indonesian forest, there is an abandoned church shaped like a giant chicken. (Photo by AzzaTwirre.)
Deep in an Indonesian forest there is an abandoned church shaped like
Lee Clarke
David Fendall
Phil Boyle
Orange peel art by Yoshihiro Okada...
Orange peel art by Yoshihiro Okada
Arlene Copeland
Josh Ross
Jessica Squire
Rock and roll was banned in the USSR in the 1950s so people pressed records onto x-rays and called it bone music.
Rock and roll was banned in the USSR in the 1950s so
Kathi Clark
Syndi Scribner
Marc Weerts
Elephant Walk. A family of elephants beautifully carved into the graphite of a pencil by Cindy Chinn.
Elephant Walk A family of elephants beautifully carved into the graphite of
Nick Hannon
Sanita Grīna
Monique Jensen
If Ikea made Stonehenge (from the QI ‘H’ Annual)…
If Ikea made Stonehenge from the QI ‘H’ Annual…
Michael Luedke
Gary Vaatstra
Gary Vaatstra