- School Stuff
The mouse that looks like it has a human ear growing on its back doesn't belong in the circus or to some mad scientist. Doctors are trying to regrow ears for children who don't have them.
Thousands of years ago it was common to make nagging wives wear a metal mask. In the Middle Ages some women wore chastity belts so they couldn't cheat. Check out these torture devices.
Oh no! The organization has trapped Amy in a Survivor rip-off! Amy and her clone sisters are forced to compete against the Andy clones. Amy's only hope is an old friend, or is he?
Not all dogs spend their days maxin' and relaxin' in the back yard. Check out a few dogs that go the distance to really be man's best friend!
What happens when seals attack? 16 year-old Tyrone knows all about that. He was attacked by a seal and dragged under water and then eventually let go. He wasn't the only one attacked.
Hooked on Rowling? Wish you could read more about Hogwarts? Well, that series may be done, but here's another wizard series that might float your boat.
UFO sightings happen all the time. People see something they can't identify in the sky and report seeing an unidentified flying object. Here are a few sightings from 1999. What do you believe?
Can snakes really fly? No, but there's a group of snakes called flying snakes that live in trees. They leap off branches, suck in their gut, whip their tail around and 'fly' through the air.
If you like stories full of flailing fists, telekinetic turmoil and mutants, lots of mutants, Uncanny Xmen #385 The Shell Game, is your cup of chamomile. Check this out...
If the lost city of Atlantis was found it would be considered the wettest place on earth. Right now it's Cherrapunji, India. Despite being the wettest, there's still a demand for water there.