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Twitter users are in a frenzy over a group of eerie fish that seem to have no eyes but instead resemble something you’d find in a farmer’s market. The mysterious creatures have been compared to none other than the juicy and sweet blackberries.
Beatriz Flamini, a Spanish extreme athlete, has emerged from a cave after spending 500 days in isolation, potentially setting a new world record.
Prepare to be amazed by the majestic and unreal Giant Golden-crowned Flying Fox. You might think these photos are a hoax or a product of photoshop, but let me assure you, these bats are very real and very stunning.
Under the frigid waters of Antarctica, there exists a creature straight out of a science-fiction novel. Meet Eulagisca gigantea, an 8-inch-long marine worm with an oval body, covered in shiny golden bristles, and sporting a sharp-toothed maw.
Astronomers have long been fascinated by the movements of Asteroid 3753 Cruithne. This rocky object, which is approximately five kilometers in diameter, has been dubbed by some as the “second moon” of Earth due to its peculiar orbit around our planet.
Travel back in time 30,000 years ago to ancient Egypt and meet a mysterious man whose secrets have remained buried with him for centuries.
Scientists have recently discovered that a runaway black hole is creating a trail of new stars in its wake, shedding light on the complex relationship between black holes and the formation of stars.
The Llareta shrub, also known as Azorella compacta, is one of the oldest living organisms on Earth. Found in the high-altitude deserts of South America, this fascinating plant can live for up to 3,000 years, making it one of the longest-living non-clonal organisms in the world.
In a groundbreaking discovery, Susan Iglesias-Groth of the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC) and Martina Marín-Dobrincic of the Polytechnic University of Cartagena have unearthed a treasure trove of prebiotic molecules in the Perseus Molecular Cloud’s IC348 star formation region, which could potentially serve as essential building blocks for the formation of life on other planets, opening up exciting new possibilities in astrochemistry and exobiology research.
Nestled in the heart of the Lycian peninsula in southwest Turkey, lies a city with a rich and fascinating history – Myra. Once a flourishing hub of the Lycian League, Myra was a city of great significance and grandeur. Today, it stands as a testament to the achievements of the ancient civilization that called it home.
For years, scientists believed that the Siberian unicorn, a prehistoric mammal resembling a rhino more than a horse, had gone extinct around 350,000 years ago.
Rainey Bethea, a 22-year-old African-American man, was executed on August 14, 1936, in Owensboro, Kentucky. His execution was notable for several reasons, including the fact that it was the last public execution in the United States.