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Scotland Added 22 Million New Trees Last Year, Carrying the UK Goal on its Green Shoulders

Despite how England may have fallen short of its tree planting targets for 2018, Scotland has surged past its own goal by planting 22 million new trees.

Teacher Brings Clippers to School So He Can Offer Free Haircuts to Fifth Graders Before ‘Graduation’

This fifth grade teacher had an inkling that some of his students would want to clean up their hair before attending the school's “Moving On Ceremony”.

After Seeing Homeless Man Trip On Worn-Out Shoes, Policeman Hands Him the Pair Off His Own Feet

When this compassionate cop saw a homeless man trip over his worn out shoes, he offered up his very own pair of kicks for the man to have.

Restaurant Offers Free Pizzas in Exchange for Groups Giving Up Their Phones During a Meal

As a means of bringing family and friends together over a hot meal, this California restaurant offers free pizzas to patrons who put away their phones.

Check Out the Stunning Photos of a Rare Moment When Ice Cave is Illuminated By Setting Sun in Iceland

A 23-year-old photographer was lucky enough to capture the breathtaking moment the setting sun illuminated the inside of an Icelandic ice cave.

Rather Than Pay $150K in Ransom, Radiohead Publishes Stolen Music and Donates Sales to Environmental Group

Instead of forking over $150,000 to a hacker who stole their unreleased content, Radiohead is selling the album on Bandcamp and donating the proceeds.

Canada Bans the Captivity and Breeding of Dolphins and Whales for Entertainment Purposes

The Canadian House of Commons has just approved a ban on the captivity of cetaceans for any purpose other than rescue, rehabilitation, or research.

Colgate Has Just Finished Designing a First-of-its-Kind Recyclable Toothpaste Tube

The oral hygiene company says that its new design will become a leading example of how the industry should be more environmentally conscious.

After Policeman Gives Wandering Child Ride Home, He Returns With Groceries and Treats for the Family

After a Texas police officer saw a little boy walking down the street by himself, he took it upon himself to help the youngster's entire family.

Scientists Found Flute Music That Helps to Build the Brains of Premature Babies

An exciting new piece of research from Switzerland found that specially-orchestrated music helps to boost the brain function of prematurely born babies.

Photographer Builds Adorable Tiny Log Cabins in His Backyard to Keep Mouse Families Safe From Cats

When the cat is away, the mice will play inside of their tiny little log cabin village courtesy of a crafty wildlife photographer.

Largest Ever Hybrid-Electric Aircraft Takes Flight – and Airlines Are Already Expressing Interest

This is the largest hybrid-electric aircraft that has ever taken flight – and its developers are already being contacted by airlines from around the world.

Retired Pharmacist Has Collected 120,000 Cigarette Butts From Streets to Make Cig-nificant Works of Art

For the last three months, this dedicated granddad has devoted his weekends to picking up cigarette butts and turning them into anti-smoking art.

Entrepreneur Has Bought 10,000 Unused Ride-Sharing Bikes So He Can Donate Them to Poor Students

Rather than letting these abandoned bikes go to waste, a compassionate businessman is buying them up and sending them to village school children.

For 40 Years, No One Could Open Museum Safe – Until Cheeky Dad Cracked It On His First Try

Locksmiths declared this mysterious safe “impossible” to open, but a 36-year-old museum visitor just proved the experts wrong.

Dog is Finally Rescued by Hiker Three Weeks After Falling into Cave Miles From Civilization

This dog may not have survived her plight in the woods of Florida if it had not been for an adventurous hiker who heard her cries for help.

African Elephant Poaching Has Fallen By More Than 50% Over the Course of the Last 6 Years

Due to the falling international demand for illegal ivory, there has been a dramatic decrease in African elephant poaching.

Be Sure and Floss! Researchers Say Good Dental Health ‘Substantially’ Decreases Risk of Alzheimer’s

For the first time ever, researchers have found DNA evidence of gingivitis enzymes being directly correlated to the development of Alzheimer's.

84-Year-old Nonchalantly Becomes Nation’s Oldest Living Kidney Donor After Seeing His Neighbor’s Yard Sign

A youthful octogenarian has just become the nation's oldest living kidney donor after he saved the life of his 72-year-old neighbor.

Check Out the Joyous Photos of 100,000 Muslims Celebrating End of Fasting at Europe’s Largest Eid Gathering

Since today marks the end of Ramadan's dawn-to-dusk fasting, thousands of Muslim families are gathering together to celebrate.