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Olivia Bahou
Feb 29, 2016 @ 1:30 pm

Today is Feb. 29, a day that only makes it onto the calendar once every four years and is full of wacky traditions and facts (two women have given birth to three leap day babies). Here are some fun tidbits about the rare day, plus why it exists in the first place. [USA Today]

Here are more must-click links to visit during your lunch break:

1. If you haven’t yet seen He Named Me Malala, the powerful documentary is making its television premiere on the National Geographic Channel tonight at 8 p.m. ET. [National Geographic]

2. Tomorrow is Super Tuesday, when 12 states will hold presidential primaries. Here is your guide to staying sane on the big day. [Bustle]

3. Just when you thought there couldn’t possibly be another dessert mash-up (surely we should have run out of pairings by now!) the doughnut cone came around to take over our Instagram feeds. [Mashable]

4. The next viral selfie obsession is the MacBook selfie stick, and it’s as hilarious as you would expect. [Time]

5. Orange Is the New Black doesn’t return to Netflix until June 17, but there’s already a new trailer for season 4 to get you excited. [E! News]

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