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Do you have your Halloween costume picked out yet? If you suffer from werewolf syndrome you can go as you are. Same if you have blue skin - just one of the bonuses of having a rare disease.
Beware of large, hairy, venomous spiders with sharp fangs near Windsor Park. There are thousands of them living underground and word has it, they might even attack. What are they waiting for?
What do you know about wind? Other than it's something you pass when you eat beans? Find out where the ancient Greeks thought wind came from and what Earth drags that causes wind.
There are almost 400 species of sharks but not all of them look like the great white. There are several funny looking sharks like the hammerhead and cookie cutter. Check out a few of them.
It's amazing what doctors can do today. Like removing a surgical knife from a man's skull and even repairing eyeballs. Check out these medical marvels. Can you tell which one is made up?
Slicing your tongue down the middle sounds bizarre, doesn't it? Not to Lizardman. The guy growing horns doesn't think he's too odd either. Are these guys for real?
You may know the difference between George "Dubya" and George Senior but how well do you know the other presidents? Get the 411 you need on the presidents of the United States of America. - Page 2
Uranus is always picked on. It isn't named after a body part. And here's another tip. It's not pronounced "your anus." You say the name of this planet, "yoor a nus." All together now.
When someone passes wind it can be stinky and loud. Wind that has been put to work at wind farms can be really loud too. Keep reading to find out how much wind it takes to light a light bulb.
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.
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!
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?
Have you ever wondered how a guide dog knows when to cross the road? Can guide dogs tell the difference between traffic light colors? Nope. Find out how guide dogs know what to do.
When 10 year-old Richie couldn’t point out some exotic turtles while he was snorkeling he didn’t just throw up his hands in frustration. He invented a toy that lets you talk under water.
Welcome to the driest place on earth. The Atacama Desert receives rain every 100 years, if at all. In fact, the only town in the desert hasn't seen rain yet. How do the locals survive?
The world's fastest land snake has been known to overtake people on galloping horses. It might not be that fast but the black mamba isn't one snake you can outrun. Read on for more details.
Have you ever wondered what it is about gum that allows you to have hours of chewing and bubble blowing fun? Did you know that what you are chewing isn't that much different than rubber bands?
If you followed the news in February, 2001, you must have heard about the man with a case of road rage who threw a dog into traffic. Horrible, yes. But worse things have happened to humans.
Portuguese Man-of-Wars looks like a jellyfish with long tentacles and a sail. They are well known for their painful sting. Toxins from the tentacles are almost as powerful as a cobra's venom.
We've all heard stories about bugs crawling into people's ears and staying there. Find out what happened to John Hanning Speke after a beetle crawled in his ear and he couldn't get it out.