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The UN General Assembly Has Declared May 25 as World Football Day

World Football Day has been officially declared on May 25 by the United Nations, allowing fans worldwide to celebrate the beautiful game. The resolution commemorates the 100th anniversary of the first international soccer tournament held during the 1924 Olympics in Paris. The resolution encourages global support for soccer as a tool for peace, development, and empowerment, inviting all nations and organizations to observe World Football Day with educational activities promoting its benefits.

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How Viral Librarian Mychal Threets Found His Joy

In a world where libraries face challenges, Mychal Threets is shining a positive light. With 2 million social media followers, this former Solano County librarian shares his love for books and community. Through Instagram and TikTok videos, he promotes "library joy" and unique resources like free tax help, music instrument rentals and more. Despite facing mental health struggles, Threets says he plans to advocate for libraries nationwide with hopes of becoming the next LeVar Burton in promoting literacy.

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See the Funniest Photos From The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

Get ready to chuckle at some hilarious wildlife photos! The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards just wrapped up, with Jason Moore snagging the top prize for his "Air Guitar Roo" kangaroo shot. Among 5,300 entries from 85 countries, this funny photo stood out in both the overall competition and Creatures of the Land category. Started in 2015 by Paul Joynson-Hicks MBE and Tom Sullam, these awards bring humor to wildlife photography while supporting conservation efforts.

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Majestic Sei Whales Have Reappeared in Argentine Waters After Nearly a Century

Whales are making an incredible comeback in Argentina! Sei whales have returned to the nation's coastal waters after nearly a decade, thanks to conservation efforts. These massive blue-grey giants were once hunted near extinction but are now rebounding. Other marine life, like blue whales and Southern fin whales, are also thriving in various regions around the world. Great news for our planet's largest creatures!

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A Mexico City Taco Stand Has Made History as the First to Earn a Michelin Star

In a historic move, the Michelin Guide has awarded its first star to a tiny taco stand in Mexico City. Taquería El Califa de León, known for its simple yet high-quality tacos, has been recognized for its delicious offerings. The 70-year-old taquería offers four varieties of tacos cooked to perfection by Chef Arturo Rivera Martínez. This milestone marks a celebration of indigenous innovation and contemporary Mexican culture on the world stage.

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The Full Flower Moon is Blooming Soon! Here's When and How You Can See It.

2024 has been an amazing year for stargazers with a total solar eclipse and the northern lights visible as far south as Florida. Don't forget about the beautiful full moon we see every month, especially in May when we can expect the Flower Moon. This special name comes from various sources like Native American traditions. The optimal viewing time for this stunning event will be on May 22 at around 7:40 p.m., so mark your calendars and find a cozy spot to enjoy this natural wonder!

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How a Herd of Bison Could be the Secret Key to Combatting Climate Change

In exciting news for the environment, a recent study reveals that animals like bison could play a key role in reducing carbon emissions. Lead author Oswald Schmitz studied how a single herd of bison has the potential to store 2 million tons of carbon annually. This groundbreaking research highlights the importance of rewilding efforts in combating climate change and protecting biodiversity. Scientists believe that further studies on various animals could lead to more nature-based solutions for our planet's future.

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This Mom and Daughter Made History by Graduating Together from Rutgers University

A heartwarming story unfolds as mother-daughter duo, Latonya and Laila Johnson, graduate together from Rutgers University's School of Social Work. Juggling multiple responsibilities, Latonya decided to pursue her degree after a suggestion from Laila. The pair started college at Rutgers in September 2022 and found a new level of connection through their shared journey. Both plan to continue their education by enrolling in the Master of Social Work program this fall at Rutgers University.

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An Earth-sized World and Its Ultra-cool Star Have Just Been Discovered by NASA

In a dazzling discovery, an Earth-sized planet has been found orbiting an ultra-cool red dwarf star in our galaxy. The exoplanet, named SPECULOOS-3 b, is located just 55 light-years away and offers a unique glimpse into the cosmos. This finding opens up new possibilities for exploring nearby stars and rocky planets with potential habitability. With ongoing research and advanced technology like the James Webb Space Telescope, scientists are hopeful to uncover more secrets of these distant worlds in the future.

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This Village Butcher Just Broke the World Record for Making Sausages

A butcher in a quiet village has broken the world record for making sausages - 83 in just one minute! Gavin Reynolds, 49, received his Guinness World Record certificate last week and called it "quite something." With over 30 years of sausage-making experience, Gavin's quick hands and dedication paid off as he beat the previous record holder. His impressive feat was captured on video, showcasing his skill and passion for butchery. Congratulations to Gavin on becoming the new 'Willy Wonka of sausages'!

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Watch This 20-Year-Old Cat See the Ocean for the Very First Time

A heartwarming video of a 20-year-old cat named Tigger seeing the ocean for the first time has gone viral on TikTok, capturing over three million views. The elderly feline appeared mesmerized by the waves as he explored the beach with his family. While some users expressed concern about waiting too long to take pets on adventures, others highlighted that each cat is unique in their preferences and comfort levels. These adorable videos remind us that it's never too late for our furry friends to experience new things.

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How Viral Librarian Mychal Threets Found His Joy

See the Funniest Photos From The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

Majestic Sei Whales Have Reappeared in Argentine Waters After Nearly a Century

A Mexico City Taco Stand Has Made History as the First to Earn a Michelin Star

The Full Flower Moon is Blooming Soon! Here's When and How You Can See It.

How a Herd of Bison Could be the Secret Key to Combatting Climate Change

This Mom and Daughter Made History by Graduating Together from Rutgers University

An Earth-sized World and Its Ultra-cool Star Have Just Been Discovered by NASA

This Village Butcher Just Broke the World Record for Making Sausages

Watch This 20-Year-Old Cat See the Ocean for the Very First Time