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American Trophy Hunter Sparks Outrage After Visiting Pakistan To Kill Endangered Goat
In 2011, Pakistan's markhor population reached a worrisome low of 2,500. Officials responded by banning local poachers from hunting them — while welcoming foreigners like Harlan.
Niihau: Hawaii’s “Forbidden Island” Without Paved Roads, Plumbing, Or Police
Purchased by a wealthy Scottish widow in 1864, the family-owned island is committed to preserving its natural and cultural history — perhaps at a dangerous cost.
Forrest Fenn Hid A Treasure Chest Worth Millions In The Rockies — And People Have Died Looking For It
Just a 24-line poem in his memoir serves as a clue to the treasure's location.
12 Of The Most Visited Stories On All That’s Interesting In 2018
Of all the stories we ran over the past year, here are the ones that grabbed your attention the most.
Remarkable 120-Year-Old Letter To Santa Discovered In England
"When you come see us on Christmas Eve will you please bring us some little toy ducks and chickens for a present, also a canvas stocking like you brought us last year."
Egyptian Authorities Are Investigating A ‘Forbidden’ Photo Of A Couple Having Sex On The Great Pyramid
The photographer insists that the picture is real but that no sexual activity occurred while atop one of the world's greatest wonders.
12 Famous Explorers That Changed The Face Of The World
Without these individuals braving new and uncharted territory, the world today would look very different.
Uzbekistan’s Tashkent Metro: 33 Never-Before-Seen Photos Of The World’s Most Incredible Subway
A decades-old ban on photography at Tashkent's metro kept its opulent halls hidden from the public — until now.
Norwegian Cruise Company Will Use Dead Fish Waste To Fuel Their Ships
The cruise ship company Hurtigruten hopes to become completely carbon-neutral by 2050.
Archaeologists Have Just Discovered An Ancient Trojan City In Greece
This is the first evidence ever discovered that proves the lost city of Tenea truly existed beyond ancient myth and text.
An Italian Village Of 120 People Was Given Over 58,000 Speeding Infractions In Just Two Weeks
Apparently, the highway that runs through the town is attractive for drivers due to its lack of speed bumps and tolls.