Turtle Nose

Once upon a time, someone somewhere used a plastic straw to enjoy a beverage. When they were finished, they didn’t dispose of the straw properly. The piece of litter made its way into the ocean and eventually into the nostril of a male sea turtle. Full story: Turtle Nose

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This Hair Dye Changes Color Depending On The Temperature Around You

Called Fire, it was unveiled recently to coincide with London Fashion Week. The dyes allow hair to change between different colors temporarily depending on the type of dye used. This includes black (cold) to red (hot), black to white, silver to blue, blue to white, and black to yellow, according to Forbes. The dyes can […]

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Unsolved Mysteries In The World – Giant Human Skulls

There is a gigantic human skeleton found in the Himalaya of Nepal near India. Because of the heavy earthquakes in Nepal there are many mysterious things found. These pictures are pretty shocking and unrealistic and we honestly don’t know what to say about it. It’s completely up to you to judge about these pictures.

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100 Must-Read Mystery & Crime Novels Around the World

I hope you’re ready for a whole bunch of mystery, murder, and in some cases pure evil because I’ve got 100 mystery & crime novels around the world. Here’s the list: 100 Must-Read Mystery & Crime Novels Around the World

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Timeline of World History

Covering 3000 BCE – present, this poster displays all the major empires, kingdoms, and civilizations throughout history in a side-by-side format so that the viewer can quickly see how different events in different places relate to one another. A conscious effort has been made to make the chart less Eurocentric than other such timelines and […]

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The Bottom Of The Pacific Ocean

In February 2017 the NOAA explored the ocean depths around American Samoa. Take a look at some of the wonderfully bizarre deep-sea critters they spotted during a live stream! Watch it here: The Bottom Of The Pacific Ocean

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Ghost Shark Caught on Camera for the First Time

The pointy-nosed blue chimaera, a species of “ghost shark,” was captured on camera for the first time in 2009. Video courtesy Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute.

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What’s the Oldest Thing Alive Today?

Let’s back up. Figuring out the oldest thing alive requires defining “alive.” That’s not as easy as it might seem. If you want to be strict about finding the oldest living thing, you have to look for organisms that have been alive and active for their entire life spans — continuously metabolizing. A less rigid […]

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Chemical Pollution Found in Animals Living In The Deepest Oceans

Wherever humans go, we usually leave a trail of pollution behind, and it seems this applies even to the road untraveled, like unexplored parts of the ocean’s deepest trenches. Crustaceans living 10 kilometers (6 miles) below sea level have been found to carry high levels of harmful industrial chemicals. Learn more: Chemical Pollution Found in […]

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Unsolved Mysteries, Finally Solved

Humans are naturally inquisitive beings. We question the world around us, push the limits of research and technology and search for answers to any unknowns. Our never ending quest for knowledge, answers and the truth has led us to great discoveries of new lands, planets, vaccines, medical procedures and our own pasts. Without our desire […]

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