New research has shown that the current coronavirus pandemic is by no means the first to hit humanity.
Despite a face mask covering up most of a person's face, we are still able to recognize who they are at a glance.
Events over the last 12 months have spawned a whole plethora of weird and wonderful words and phrases.
If you collected together the entire world's Covid-19 virus, it wouldn't even fill a standard Coca-Cola can.
A teenager who is starting to wake from a coma caught Covid twice but is totally unaware of what's happening.
The coronavirus pandemic has seen the proliferation of several - often damaging - conspiracy theories.
A politician who consumed a potion said to ward off coronavirus has since tested positive for the disease.
Researchers have come up with a less-than-appealing solution to visiting the dentist during the pandemic.
Mink that have been culled and buried due to the coronavirus have started emerging from beneath the soil.
It turns out that more people than ever have been watching the skies during the coronavirus pandemic.
A jeweler in Israel has created and sold what is being described as the world's most expensive COVID mask.
There are distinct similarities between the coronavirus pandemic and a potential extraterrestrial threat.
Blood samples from three coronavirus patients were stolen by a monkey in the city of Meerut earlier today.
With most people remaining indoors, cryptozoological pursuits have also undergone some changes.
The iconic Sith Lord was spotted patrolling the streets of Manila with a squad of Stormtroopers this week.
Police in the UK are seeking an individual dressed in full plague doctor attire, complete with pointed 'beak' mask.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic seems to have produced some rather unusual baby names.
The Icelandic Forestry Service has recommended hugging trees as an alternative to hugging other people.
Low pollution levels due to the coronavirus lockdown have revealed views not seen in several decades.
One of Doctor Who's most iconic villains was filmed patrolling the streets ordering people to stay at home.