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$17B 'holy grail of shipwrecks' discovered
Category: Modern Mysteries | Posted on 5-22-2018 | 16 comments
The long-lost 300-year-old Spanish galleon was found with the help of an autonomous underwater vehicle.




128-year-old woman 'miserable her entire life'
Category: Modern Mysteries | Posted on 5-19-2018 | 31 comments
A woman thought to be the world's oldest living human has referred to her extremely long life as a 'punishment'.




Couple report 'Bigfoot' sighting in New Jersey
Category: Cryptozoology | Posted on 5-16-2018 | 34 comments
The report is one of several dozen to have arisen in the northeastern US state over the last few decades.




New evidence of geysers on Europa discovered
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 5-15-2018 | 2 comments
Decades-old data from the Galileo spacecraft has all-but confirmed the presence of geysers on Jupiter's icy moon.




Dinosaur tracks 'thrown into lake' in Utah
Category: Palaeontology | Posted on 5-14-2018 | 11 comments
Visitors to a US state park in Utah have been inadvertently destroying fossil dinosaur footprints.




Tanker crash unleashes tidal wave of chocolate
Category: Bizarre | Posted on 5-10-2018 | 12 comments
A recent road accident in Poland saw a tanker truck full of liquid chocolate overturn, spilling its cargo everywhere.




$379M pledged to help save Great Barrier Reef
Category: Natural World | Posted on 4-30-2018 | 0 comments
The Australian government has pledged a large sum of money in an effort to save the dying natural wonder.




'Sky River' set to create rain over Tibet
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 4-29-2018 | 3 comments
The largest artificial rain experiment ever undertaken will aim to induce extra rainfall over the Tibetan Plateau.




Mutation helps Bajau people stay underwater
Category: Natural World | Posted on 4-19-2018 | 7 comments
In a rare case of natural selection in modern humans, the free-diving Bajau people have developed a larger spleen.




NASA teases plans for nuclear power in space
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 4-19-2018 | 6 comments
The space agency will be revealing new details of its 'Kilopower' system at the beginning of next month.

 
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