15 March

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! While camels can drink as much as 32 gallons of water in less than 15 minutes, the humps on their backs do not […]

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14 March

Years after purchasing a house in Toulouse, France, the owner focused on an old painting stored in the attic. It was coated in dust and stained by a water leak, […]

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14 March

For those of us who can appreciate weird and funny drawings, drolleries can’t fail to fascinate. These illustrations, also referred to as grotesques, were used to decorate the margins of illuminated (meaning […]

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14 March

Archaeologists have discovered an underground cave in Mexico filled with untouched Maya artifacts, according to Smithsonian Magazine. It is hoped that this important find will shed light on relations between […]

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14 March

Off the Chinese mainland and some 40 miles east of Shanghai, is laid the little island of Shengshan. Shengshan is only a few miles across and all dotted with hills. […]

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14 March

Among women who had their first child in the early 1960s, just 44% worked at all during pregnancy. The latest figures show that 66% of mothers who gave birth to […]

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14 March

Today was a great day. You were productive, spent time with your family, and went to bed on time. You close your eyes ready for tomorrow, only to find yourself […]

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14 March

Featured in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! The two chihuahuas, one dressed in a black royal suit and one in a white wedding dress, complete with a long, billowing veil, […]

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13 March

One of the saddest stories to come out of Hollywood lore is that of Barbara Payton. Heartbreaking, really. The gorgeous blue-eyed, blonde actress broke into the movie business around the […]

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13 March

Mary, Queen of Scots also known as Mary Stuart, became known as one of the most controversial figures in British royal history. A daughter of King James V, she inherited […]

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