This past Thursday, Ian took a brief walk down memory lane with this seXXXy thoughtful and shirtless photo of himself in Costa Rica, and it's STILL blowing the internet's mind!
"#tbt Deep in thought in the rainforest of Costa Rica last month.What magic comes from a place when its citizens protect the land from harm with law and by instilling into their children that without a healthy environment-there is no healthy humanity…
Photo credit- the beautiful and talented @iamnikkireed"
Wow, Ian's caption was thoughtful indeed.
We have a feeling the newlyweds are planning another return to the Costa Rican rainforest soon! Especially if the 36-year-old misses it that much!
Scientists discovered the world's smallest vertebrate… and it is the CUTEST little frog.
So tiny it could comfortably sit on the head of a pencil eraser… or on top of a dime.
The frog, when fully grown, is less than three-tenths of an inch long.
It was discovered when two researchers were on a trip in Papua New Guinea.
The frog lives mainly on the floor of the rain forest, among the moist leaves.
The little frog is important to science, one researcher said, because it helps scientists to:
"[…] better understand the advantages and disadvantages of extreme small size and how such extremes evolve. Fundamentally, these tiny vertebrates provide a window on the principles that constrain animal design."
All we know is it's crazy cute and we'd want one as a tiny pet if it wasn't for the fact that we'd be afraid of losing it or it crawling in our ear or something.
Mattel has announced they will cut ties with controversial paper company Asia Pulp and Paper, which Greenpeace revealed destroys Indonesian rainforests that the endangered species, like the Sumatran tiger, call home!
Following an effective campaign from Greenpeace, the toy maker will no longer be using the paper company's product to create the packaging for their signature Barbie dolls.
But this time, there's a lot more to this than just the photo.
In the text describing the issue -- which marks the first time since 2011 that all six of these ladies have been snapped together for a magazine cover -- the writers refer to the brood as "America's First Family."
Using that language to describe the 16-page spread for a bunch of reality TV stars is giving plenty of readers, or should we say, now-former readers, the impression that the mag is undermining the actual First Family, the Obamas.
So, after this picture was posted, Twitter users became enraged.
However, we're wondering if sparking controversy was part of the publicity for the issue, because Cosmo's Editor-In-Chief, Joanna Coles, seems to be pretty open to all sorts of cover comments, tweeting: