Cocaine Hippos, A New Mexico Raptor, and One Weird Cat: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

Clockwise from top left: Getty Images; Matías Zavia (Gizmodo); Associated Press; Jim Cooke (Gizmodo)

Clockwise from top left: Getty Images; Matías Zavia (Gizmodo); Associated Press; Jim Cooke (Gizmodo)

We are on our way the last week of March, although it may not seem in this way since 2020 like it took a few decades at this point. That will do a global pandemic. We hope for this April Fool’s Day, we all wake up to discover this is only a comprehensive, common dream sequence initiated by some wanty deity or another.

But enough about my fan fiction WIP; this week the wonderful people of Gizmodo took care of a expired on this ridiculously powerful small egg from a drone, asked experts about the softest, Like it, ever, and spoiled you with the real story of a self-pottraining kitty.

You can read more here on whether your state allows voting by email in case we still social away in election season, and if you’ve already burned your to-watch list since the outbreak skyrocketed, the io9 team has some great suggestions for this Apocalypse movies that are not all the way depressing and sci-fi movies and shows worth binging.

Meanwhile, the Earther crew delved into how Covid-19s spread has resulted in plummeting pollution levels, and why scientists are much chiller nowadays about Pablo Escobar’s hippospreviously considered one of the world’s best invasive species.

You can find all of these stories and more below:

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