Baby Elephants In Southeast Asia Are Separated From Their Mothers And Tortured For The Sake Of Tourism
The process that's required to train baby elephants to give rides to tourists is devastatingly cruel. Now, animals rights groups and travel agencies are taking a stand against this practice.
A Missouri Nun That Smuggled 2 Pounds Of Cocaine In Her Heels Blames Internet Boyfriend For Crime
While authorities were still in the process of X-raying her belongings, she incriminated herself by muttering, "How much did they find in the shoes?"
Scientists Just Discovered An Extinct Pygmy Woolly Mammoth On An Siberian Island
Scientists believe this is an entirely new species of mammoth that until now hasn't been proven to exist.
India’s Government Dressed Men Up Like Monkeys To Scare Away The Primates Overrunning The Capital
India has been overrun with 50 million monkeys, some of which have broken into people's homes, terrorized and stole from people on the streets, and even caused some people to die.
Thousands Of World War II-Era Weapons Found Buried Underneath A School In Tokyo
Authorities say that it's uncommon for such a large cache of World War II weapons to be buried all at once.
Couple Who Sold Their Son To Pedophiles On The Dark Web Sentenced To Prison
They sold the boy, now just nine, to dark web pedophiles on at least 50 different occasions.
A Stolen Painting Worth $160 Million Was Found In A Small Town Couple’s Home
“It probably had not been in the store an hour before the first person came in and walked up to it and looked at it and said, ‘I think this is a real de Kooning.’"
Man Hidden In Restaurant Freezer Disrupts NYC Brunch With Knife Attack
No one knows how he got into the freezer unnoticed, how long he'd been in there, or why he was even in there in the first place.
Melting On Sweden’s Tallest Peak Has Turned It Into The Second-Tallest Thanks To Europe’s Extreme Summer
Climate change and rising temperatures in the country have resulted in Sweden experiencing extreme weather conditions that they've never seen before.
This Tablet From 1,500 B.C. May Contain The World’s First “Yo Mama” Joke
The ancient Babylonian tablet was likely written by a student, proving that even 35 centuries ago kids were making the same crude jokes as they do now.
Archeologists Just Discovered The Remnants Of Germany’s Oldest Public Library
The building could have housed up to 20,000 scrolls and might even be the oldest library discovered in the north-west ancient Roman provinces.