The first season of Orphan Black, BBC America's cloning conspiracy thriller, comes out on DVD this week, and everyone who hasn't watched it yet needs to pick up the discs and start binging now. Over just 10 episodes, Orphan Black has become our newest scifi obsession, and here's why.
We've been thoroughly enjoying Orphan Black, BBC America's show about a young woman who discovers, to her shock, that she's a clone. But what if, instead of being an orphan with no knowledge of her genetic heritage, Sarah was raised by loving parents? How might they try to ensure she grew up to be a happy and fully…
It may not look like much, but this network of bushes is one amazing plant. At 13,000 years old, the Jurupa Oak in California is the world's oldest living plant. Even cooler: it survives by cloning itself. [DailyMail]