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Global Warming Is Exposing More Dead Bodies Of Climbers Who Died On Mount Everest

Global Warming Is Exposing More Dead Bodies Of Climbers Who Died On Mount Everest

It's estimated that over 200 people have died on the mountain since the first recorded deaths in 1922. Bodies are now even being exposed at base camps, as the glaciers rapidly melt.
Excavations At Stonehenge Reveal It Was One Of The Earliest Large-Scale Celebration Spots In Britain

Excavations At Stonehenge Reveal It Was One Of The Earliest Large-Scale Celebration Spots In Britain

Dr. Richard Madgwick's research indicated that the pigs used for these ancient feasts weren't locally raised, suggesting attendees transported the animals for hundreds of miles as a contribution.
Glamour, Gangsters, And Racism: 30 Photos Inside Harlem’s Infamous Cotton Club

Glamour, Gangsters, And Racism: 30 Photos Inside Harlem’s Infamous Cotton Club

The Cotton Club had a reputation for catapulting famous careers, but history has a way of glossing over the cabaret's social transgressions.
Researchers Uncover 1,000-Year-Old Mayan Artifacts 80 Feet Beneath Ancient Ruins

Researchers Uncover 1,000-Year-Old Mayan Artifacts 80 Feet Beneath Ancient Ruins

The ritual space will help to rewrite the story of Chichén Itzá — and ultimately what we know about the history of the Mayans.
23 Disturbing Photos Of The Toxic Black Snowfall In Siberia

23 Disturbing Photos Of The Toxic Black Snowfall In Siberia

"Our children and us are breathing it. It's just a nightmare."
World’s Largest Bee Species Thought To Be Extinct Rediscovered In Indonesia

World’s Largest Bee Species Thought To Be Extinct Rediscovered In Indonesia

"With all the bad news coming out about things in the natural world, this gives me hope."
In The Wake Of Nuclear Disaster, Animals Are Thriving Around Chernobyl

In The Wake Of Nuclear Disaster, Animals Are Thriving Around Chernobyl

Radiation is not deterring wildlife from entering Chernobyl's exclusion zone. But what does it mean for the animal's well-being?
Shamima Begum Joined ISIS At 15 — Now She’s 19, Pregnant, And Wants To Return Home

Shamima Begum Joined ISIS At 15 — Now She’s 19, Pregnant, And Wants To Return Home

Though Shamima Begum described life as an ISIS member as "normal," she also said it was exactly like what the propaganda videos depicted — and that decapitations didn't bother her.
North Koreans Are Gifting Each Other Crystal Meth As A Lunar New Year’s Gift

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.
25 Grand Canyon Facts That Reveal America’s 6 Million-Year-Old Natural Wonder

25 Grand Canyon Facts That Reveal America’s 6 Million-Year-Old Natural Wonder

"Leave it as it is," implored Teddy Roosevelt in 1903. “You cannot improve on it. The ages have been at work on it, and man can only mar it."
Stonehenge Design May Have Been Brought Over By Prehistoric Sailors From Northwestern France

Stonehenge Design May Have Been Brought Over By Prehistoric Sailors From Northwestern France

There are actually thousands of sites like Stonehenge across Europe. And one of them may have just unlocked the mysteries of the iconic megalith's origins.