The Worlds First Bee Influencer Is Trying To Raise Funds To Save Her Species

Therefore, without further ado, we introduce you to the first bee influencer called B who raises money to save bees, many of which disappear every year. The latest “Instafamous” social media star has more than 122k followers and still growing on her Instagram account. It’s actually a CGI honey-bee and the humans behind this funny account are Foundation de France (FDF), a leading philanthropy network established by the French government in an effort to save the bees. Their charity Bee Fund seeks to fund actions that will help to save the declining bee population. “In France, more than 30% of bee colonies disappear each year,” reads the Bee Fund site. “Protecting the bee is also protecting the human.” #2 “Je …

7 Side-By-Side Pics Of The Same Exact Locations In England Show What 125 Years Do To A City

If you were given one travel ticket to any time and place in the past, where would you go? And whilst we can’t say we’ve invented the time-traveling machine, this is as close as we can get if your choice was Victorian England. The world is rapidly evolving and the only visual reminder about the past is captured in the archive images. On Stride took it even further and juxtaposed historical photos of seven English cities from the end of the 19th century and modern times. By comparing photos taken in the same exact place, the project shows how these cities have transformed in the past 125 years from architecture to lifestyle and even fashion trends. Some graceful historical buildings …

Archaeologist Shows How The People Who Lived Thousands Of Years Before Us Really Looked And The Result Is Amazing

For Oscar Nilsson, a Swedish archaeologist and sculptor specializing in the reconstruction of human faces, the number of hours spent on each reconstruction could easily add up to 200. Of course, Nilsson does use 3D-printed skulls of his ‘muses’ to preserve the original skeletal excavations, however, the rest of the facial features are sculpted by hand. More info: Instagram | odnilsson.com #1 Huarmey Queen In 2012, in the north-west of Peru, a tomb was discovered during excavations by a Polish archeological group. The burial relating to the Indian culture of Wari (later the Empire of the Incas), was a real find for scientists because it was not looted. In the tomb were found the remains of 58 noblewomen of different …

16 Vintage Ads Of Hair Products For Men In The 1970s

More info: 18 reply View More Replies… Seems like back in the day, the media had a particular idea of how a true flamboyant man should look and what necessary tonsorial gadgets they should use to correspond to the standards. From detailed haircut descriptions to men’s hairspray, to mustache shampoo, and combs for every occasion you could imagine – the magazines and newspapers definitely gave men’s appearance the attention it deserves. Extremely thorough adverts were all men needed to follow to blend in with the chic ’70s fashion and style scene. Especially when it comes to hair, and oh boy, were the 1970s hairy! 20 reply #3 #4 21 reply View More Replies… Those vintage advertisements might look ludicrous to …