UFOs are typically observed in the sky, but there have also been numerous sightings of objects emerging from beneath the waves.
Star Trek might be science fiction, but some of the themes it explores are not that far removed from the real world.
A woman from Chicago suffers from a severe form of pica - the abnormal compulsion to consume non-food items.
A strange shape not dissimilar to that typically associated with the Loch Ness Monster was recently sighted in the water.
Debris found in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Ian is now thought to be a piece of the long-lost SS Savannah.
A cinema screening of the Caped Crusader's latest outing was recently interrupted by a rather topical visitor.
Some of the best free divers can reduce their heart rate to that typically found in aquatic mammals such as seals.
A photograph of a rather unusual looking fish that was caught in Japan has recently gone viral on social media.
Researchers have created a life-sized model of what the typical office worker of the future might look like.
Given that shipworms are typically known to chew through wood, the find came as something of a surprise.
Scientists have identified and climbed a record-breaking tree in Borneo that measures a whopping 328ft in height.
Named BlackFly, the new aerial vehicle doesn't require a pilot's license and will cost the same as a typical SUV.
The breathtaking natural phenomenon is typically unpredictable and lasts for only fractions of a second.
A tree measuring a whopping 309ft tall has been identified alongside 49 other runners-up in Borneo.
Entomologist and TV host Phil Torres encountered the 4ft invertebrate during a tropical rainstorm.
A 23-year-old from North Tyneside is addicted to eating sponges dipped in apple washing-up liquid.
The bizarre creature was found on the sea floor during a dive in the tropical waters of Borneo.
Sudama Devi has maintained her peculiar diet for over eight decades yet remains in perfect health.
Jade Sylvester started consuming loo paper while pregnant and now eats a whole roll of it every day.
Pakkirappa Hunagundi suffers from a rare condition that sees him crave bricks, gravel and mud.