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Martin Luther King Jr. Facts: 10 Things You Don’t Know About The Civil Rights Icon

Martin Luther King Jr. Facts: 10 Things You Don’t Know About The Civil Rights Icon

These interesting facts about Martin Luther King Jr. take you inside his life both in and out of the spotlight, from his college days to his heroic activism.
Salton Sea: The Rise And Fall Of A Toxic California Lake

Salton Sea: The Rise And Fall Of A Toxic California Lake

The Salton Sea was once a popular southern California tourist attraction, but over the years the lake has been abandoned as waters grow increasingly toxic.
The Enigma Of Coral Castle, The 2.2-Million-Pound Monument Made By A Single Man

The Enigma Of Coral Castle, The 2.2-Million-Pound Monument Made By A Single Man

Beginning in 1923, Ed Leedskalnin started construction on Coral Castle, but no one knows how he carved and stacked one thousand tons of stony coral by himself.
Why North Brother Island Is New York’s Best Kept Secret

Why North Brother Island Is New York’s Best Kept Secret

North Brother Island is now like the world's other abandoned locales: overrun with lush trees, ivy, and tall grasses, a mere shadow of its former self.
Children At The Anlong Pi Dump Face Horrendous Conditions

Children At The Anlong Pi Dump Face Horrendous Conditions

Let us introduce you to the Anlong Pi dump, a toxic landfill where poor men, women and children scavenge for recyclable materials every day.
Heartbreaking Photos Taken Inside Of Manzanar, One Of America’s WWII-Era Japanese Internment Camps

Heartbreaking Photos Taken Inside Of Manzanar, One Of America’s WWII-Era Japanese Internment Camps

The Manzanar Relocation Center was one of ten Japanese concentration camps that the United States government created during World War II.
Looks Like A Desert, Isn’t A Desert: The Story Of Lençóis Maranhenses National Park

Looks Like A Desert, Isn’t A Desert: The Story Of Lençóis Maranhenses National Park

With ever-changing white sandy beaches and turquoise-blue ponds, it's hard to believe that Lençóis Maranhenses National Park really exists.
Spain’s Human Towers: Where You Must Step On People To Get Ahead

Spain’s Human Towers: Where You Must Step On People To Get Ahead

At the human tower building competition in Spain, castellers stack upon one another, building insane towers that stretch into the sky.
The Danakil Depression Is The Closest Thing To Hell On Earth

The Danakil Depression Is The Closest Thing To Hell On Earth

Harsh, hot and familiar to violence, the Danakil Depression and it's bright yellow and orange pools make for hell on Earth.
Inside North Korea’s Uber-Creepy Water Park

Inside North Korea’s Uber-Creepy Water Park

Apparently water slides go well with North Korea's propaganda tactics.
When Life Gives You Lemons, Party At The Lemon Festival

When Life Gives You Lemons, Party At The Lemon Festival

140 tons of citrus are used to create floats and exhibits for the annual Lemon Festival.