Scientists Gave 40 Alligators Ketamine And Earbuds To Learn About Dinosaur Hearing
Using noise as a location tool is priceless when you're a predator, particularly one who operates at night. This experiment aimed to study how that method differed in birds, alligators, and dinosaurs.
Billionaire Diamond Trader Dies During Penis Enlargement Surgery
An old friend of his said he was "always focused on his appearance and how others perceived him."
Humpback Whale Carcass Mysteriously Discovered In The Amazon Jungle
The 36-foot-long whale was only discovered in the remote jungle when swooping scavenger birds alerted local officials with their screeching.
Alligator Named ‘El Chompo’ Found Guarding Fentanyl And Heroin Stash In Pennsylvania
"Quite frankly, as we can tell from these drug dealers, the alligator may have been the brains of the operation."
32-Year-Old Son Sets His Mother’s House On Fire After Argument Over Cheez-Its
While the house only sustained minor damage, the fire was serious enough that the man's two trapped relatives climbed out of a second-story window to get to safety.
North Koreans Are Gifting Each Other Crystal Meth As A Lunar New Year’s Gift
The practice is reportedly most popular among the country's youth and is gifted for birthdays or graduations as well.
‘She Was Frozen’: Cat Caught In Polar Vortex Brought Back To Life
"I’ve never seen this. I’ve been in practice for almost 24 years and she was actually caked in ice, like those ice balls were caked on her all the way around her—360 degrees all the way around her."
College Student Discovers 30-Year-Old Criminal Is Secretly Living In Her Dorm Room Closet
Greensboro student Maddie thought her apartment might be haunted when clothes vanished and noises came out of nowhere.
WWI Hand Grenade Mistaken For Potato Found In Chinese Chips Factory
The century-old grenade was still functional and Hong Kong police had to quickly detonate the device in an abandoned alley.
Minnesota Man Threw Methamphetamine-Fueled ‘Death Party’ For His Dying Wife
Sending a spouse off to the great unknown is not an easy task. For the Johnson family of New Ulm, Minn., a proper end required meth, death metal, and sex.
Bronx Hospital Accidentally Pulls The Plug On The Wrong Person In A Terrible Case Of Mistaken Identity
Shirell Powell is now suing the hospital for accidentally having her sign off on a stranger's death. The experience has left her "devastated."