• Amazing

Titanic: Explorers to pay $250,000 to dive to the wreck

Enviroment 11/24/21, 16:58

Explorer scientists are willing to pay $250,000 to visit the wreck of the Titanic that has been lodged in the depths of the ocean for 110 years. The scientific excursion plans to reach a depth of 3,810 meters in the icy waters of the North Atlantic Ocean in the summer of ...

A live tongue-eating parasite found in the mouth of a live fish

Enviroment 10/24/21, 03:22

Nature occasionally presents something that appears to have sprung straight out of a horror movie.Fox News reported that workers at a Texas state park recently shared a photo of a fish with a living parasite in its mouth instead of a tongue.The photo was posted to the Galveston Island State ...

Some owls sleep face down, and it’s darn cute

Amazing 08/24/21, 16:34

With their 270-degree head turns and striking expressions, owls are mysterious creatures. However, young owls have recently gone viral on social media due to the way they sleep. Because their heads are too heavy to hold up on their own, these majestic creatures sleep on their bellies, and it might ...

Sneaky birds steal hair from animals

U.S. 08/10/21, 01:41

Birds have been caught stealing fur from live mammals many times, and victims vary from squirrels to predators and even humans. Although it can seem entertaining to watch a chirpy bird try to snatch body hair from animals, scientists revealed this mischief is no simple task. Nests of the tufted titmice (Baeolophus ...

Man runs from Florida to Bermuda in a bubble wheel for charity

Central America 07/27/21, 00:44

An ultramarathon runner announced he will run from Florida to Bermuda inside a bubble floating contraption. Reza Baluchi will use a Hydro Pod to run across the North Atlantic Ocean. Baluchi's last attempt at the 1,000 mile journey ended in the Sunshine State, near Flagler County. However, he is not giving ...

Gigantic 100-pound tropical fish washes up at Oregon beach

Enviroment 07/21/21, 02:31

A large colorful fish mysteriously appeared on Sunset Beach, Oregon. State authorities confirmed the specimen is rare since it usually thrives in tropical waters. Seaside Aquarium confirmed the peculiar discovery in a social media post after receiving an anonymous report about 8:00 a.m, on July 14. The Opah, also known as ...