Inside A Surprisingly Terrifying Sea Turtle Mouth
This disturbing sea turtle mouth video will take you inside the surprisingly scary mouth of one of the ocean's most beloved creatures.
Photo Of The Day: The Glorious Rise And Tragic Fall Of A World Record Mustache
Witness the incredible five-foot-long 'stache that earned John Roy a decades-long reign as the longest mustache world record holder.
Audio Of The Day: Hear The Famous Voice That Made The First Phone Call Ever, 130 Years Ago
Listen to this rare, 130-year-old recording of the famous voice that made the first phone call ever, recently restored by the Smithsonian.
Then And Now: The World’s Very First Computer Vs. Today’s Supercomputers
See the world's very first computer and compare its now laughably limited capabilities with those of the amazing supercomputers of today.
Video Of The Day: See The Deep-Water Ghost Octopus That’s Confounding Scientists
See the mysterious "ghost octopus" scientists just discovered in the dark ocean depths off the coast of Hawaii.
Scientists Will Attempt To Bring An Extinct Cave Lion Species Back To Life
Scientists hope to use the DNA from a 12,000-year-old extinct cave lion cub, preserved in ice, to bring this extinct species back to life.
Why This Woman Conquered Niagara Falls In A Pickle Barrel
Meet Annie Edson Taylor and learn why the tale behind her infamous stunt is as fascinating as the stunt itself.
Walter Yeo And When Plastic Surgery Was Worse Than The Injury
After Walter Yeo lost both eyelids in WWI, he underwent one of the world's first plastic surgeries. But was the horrifying treatment worse than the injury?
How The Swedish Government Spent $930 Million On One Day
On Dagen H, the day Sweden switched its driving lane from the left to the right, chaos ensued — and the cost of the change was staggering.
The Time Dr. Seuss Made The Seven Lady Godivas — A Picture Book Filled With Naked Ladies
The Seven Lady Godivas, Dr. Seuss' forgotten adult book, was filled to the brim with naked women, peeping toms, and much, much more.
Video Of The Day: Amazing New Atlas Robot Can Walk, Lift, And Make You Feel Very Sorry For It
The incredible new bipedal Atlas robot possesses state-of-the-art artificial intelligence, but it still can't defend itself against a hockey stick.