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Mount Everest's 'Hillary Step' is destroyed
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 5-21-2017 | 8 comments
The infamous rocky outcrop was the last great challenge for mountaineers aiming to reach the summit.




'Fish rain' falls over school in California
Category: Bizarre | Posted on 5-20-2017 | 8 comments
Pupils and staff at Stanford Avenue Elementary were left perplexed by a bout of very strange weather.




Canadian town's water supply has turned pink
Category: Bizarre | Posted on 3-8-2017 | 10 comments
Residents of Onoway, Alberta were alarmed to discover that their tap water was running bright pink.




Why do pandas have black and white fur ?
Category: Natural World | Posted on 3-7-2017 | 3 comments
Scientists have come up with a new theory to explain the panda's distinctive monochrome coloration.




Ship set to be deliberately trapped in ice
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 2-20-2017 | 4 comments
Scientists are planning to sail a research vessel to the Arctic so it can get stuck in the ice on purpose.




T. rex fails to shovel snow in Massachusetts
Category: Bizarre | Posted on 2-11-2017 | 11 comments
YouTuber Leslie Haasch decided to try clearing up the snow in her garden while dressed as a dinosaur.




Man tracks 'Bigfoot' for over seven miles
Category: Cryptozoology | Posted on 1-15-2017 | 206 comments
Experienced tracker Christopher Bauer followed a set of large footprints for miles across North Dakota.




Object falls from sky, damages man's vehicle
Category: Modern Mysteries | Posted on 12-26-2016 | 58 comments
Michael Robinson was left perplexed after a strange object fell from the sky outside his house.




Scientists create world's smallest snowman
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 12-23-2016 | 16 comments
A team at the University of Western Ontario have managed to build a snowman a mere three microns tall.




Snow has been falling in the Sahara Desert
Category: Natural World | Posted on 12-22-2016 | 34 comments
The unexpected flurry is the first to have been reported in the region for almost four decades.

 
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