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Ever Wonder How Eyes Get Their Color

Your eyes aren't blue (or green) because they contain pigmented cells. As Paul Van Slembrouck writes for Medium, their colour is actually structural - and...

Is this a picture of an actual Ghost of previous tenant?

A man claims his family is being haunted by the ghost of an old lady after he claims he caught her on camera in...

The Internet Is Understandably Mad Over These Bird Spikes Installed in...

Bird spikes on buildings make sense. They prevent noise, mess, and the spread of lice and disease around human spaces - without harming the...

How Many Undiscovered Creatures Are There Still Lurking in The Ocean?

"The oceans cover 70 percent of the surface of our planet, and yet they are still the least explored," says Sir David Attenborough in the opening...

Ancient Skeletons Could Finally Reveal Origins of The Dead Sea Scrolls

Ever since they were discovered some 70 years ago, the Dead Sea Scrolls have fascinated scholars and historians. But the precise origins and authorship...

People Really Do Love Dogs More Than Humans, Says New Study

Some dog owners love their four-legged friends so much that they treat them like they would a child - and sometimes even say they...

Family Encounters Humanoid Creature in Argentina

ARGENTINA — A family of five claims they encountered a humanoid creature in the southern area of the Patagonia province. The Argentinian family says they...

Whales and dolphins lead ‘human-like lives’

They may live in the sea, but their lives are not that dissimilar to our own. Image Credit: CC BY-SA 3.0 CSIRO Scientists have linked...

Mass Whipping of 2,000 Women And Girls to Cast Away Evil...

People are very shocking sometimes! They do things which can give you goosebumps. In relative to that a strange ritual of Tamil Nadu grabbed...

Are Women Less Selfish? Here’s What That Study Actually Found

Men and women get slightly different boosts of that neurological happy-drug dopamine when they perform altruistic acts, according to a new study. Before we jump...