Archaeologist Says He Found The ‘Face Of God’ While Examining 3,000-Year-Old Artifacts
Several head figurines and other artifacts were found among different sites within the territory where the ancient Kingdom of Judah once stood.
Kitten Rescued From The Open Waters Of The Gulf Of Mexico
The kitten is now safe at home with the captain of the ship that rescued it.
The Story Of The ‘Buffalo Soldiers,’ The First All-Black Peacetime Regiments In U.S. History
The Buffalo Soldiers were African American troops who served on the Western frontier after the Civil War. But their legacy is complicated.
This Heroin-Smuggling Cat Just Escaped From A Maximum-Security Prison In Sri Lanka
Prison guards were shocked to find a bag filled with two grams of heroin, two SIM cards, and a memory chip tied around the feline mule's neck.
Inside The Tragic Murder Of Yusuf Hawkins At The Hands Of A White Mob
On August 23, 1989, 16-year-old Yusuf Hawkins was fatally shot after being chased by up to 30 white youths in the Bensonhurst neighborhood of Brooklyn.
21-Year-Old ‘Inseparable’ Lion Couple Euthanized Together Due To Health Problems
Hubert and Kalisa spent more than six years together and the zoo even made them a part of its Valentine's Day celebrations.
Reindeer Herders Stumble Upon 10,000-Year-Old Woolly Mammoth Skeleton With Ligaments Intact
Researchers have already retrieved part of the mammoth's pelt and are hoping to find bits of preserved brain in its skull.
Meet The Dumbo Octopus That Navigates The Deep Sea With Its Elephant-Ear Fins
It may be cute, but the dumbo octopus is also tough — it can thrive in one of the harshest environments known to man, four miles below the surface of the ocean.
1.4-Million-Year-Old Ax Made Of A Hippo’s Thigh Bone Found In Ethiopia
Researchers believe the tool was crafted by Homo erectus, making this only the second time they have found a non-stone tool made by this human ancestor.
Jacques Cousteau’s Grandson Announces Plan To Build $135 Million Underwater ‘Space Station’
The Proteus is expected to house up to 12 people with facilities that range from research labs to a built-in greenhouse — all under the ocean.
Meet The Mongolian Death Worm, The Cryptid Armed With Spikes, Venom, And Electric Shocks
Though it's never been photographed, people keep reporting sightings of the five-foot death worm lurking in the Gobi desert.