By Lucy Cavendish. Updated: BST, 2 March Women are up to nine times more likely to suffer from cold hands and feet than men, I read last week. We feel changes in temperature and the seasonal chill more. Did this surprise me?
Sleeping feet. Little girl sleeping with feet poking out of blankets.
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Summer is the season of sandals, wedges, and espadrilles, and it's high time we remember our feet. Yes, those poor feet we often forget about, though they keep us moving. The calluses, cracks, and dry skin that appears when we ignore their needs can be both unattractive and painful. So what we can do about them? Bright Side has collected some tips on how to maintain baby soft feet and rock that summer outfit. And check out our awesome bonus in the end! Let's start here with some general tips!
All rights reserved. Looking like something out of a science fiction movie, the anglerfish uses a natural lure to draw its next meal nearer. The angry-looking deep sea anglerfish has a right to be cranky. It is quite possibly the ugliest animal on the planet, and it lives in what is easily Earth's most inhospitable habitat: the lonely, lightless bottom of the sea. There are more than species of anglerfish, most of which live in the murky depths of the Atlantic and Antarctic oceans, up to a mile below the surface, although some live in shallow, tropical environments. Generally dark gray to dark brown in color, they have huge heads and enormous crescent-shaped mouths filled with sharp, translucent teeth.