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Mummies, curses, jewelry, and first humans, you're not going to find them at home. These things are all in museums and they're awesome. So, take a trip with us and check out some of the museums of history around the world! - Page 2
How much do you know about South America's tropical paradise? Learn cool facts and info about the Amazon rainforest.
How much do you know about Iraq? Find out a little more about the history, the geography and what the United Nations sanctions are really all about.
In Greek mythology there's a beautiful winged horse that ran free and wild. When tamed, he helped slay a fire-breathing monster. His name is Pegasus.
The name dinosaurs might make you picture large green beasts, but that's just the work of artists and your imagination. The truth is that nobody really knows what color dinosaurs were.
Have you ever wrapped a gift so well it took a blowtorch and a sledgehammer to open it? Can you believe this story about two guys who went to great lengths to wrap the same gift every year?
A griffin is a creature with the head and wings of an eagle and a body like a lion. They are said to be from India and are depicted in Greek mythology.
Do you know what stinky, human body parts some First Nation tribes used to wear? How about which raw organs of a freshly killed buffalo they considered a treat? Keep reading to find out.
Many mysteries surround King Tut-Ankh-Amen and his short reign as Egyptian pharaoh. Was he really murdered? We may never know all the answers but historians have some pretty good guesses.
He's tall, he's hairy and you don't want to run into him at night. He's known by many names like Bigfoot, Yeti, and Sasquatch and has been a mystery for hundreds of years. But does he really exist?
It can change colors at will, has a hairy, reptilian body with spines all along its back and an obsession with blood. It’s time to lock up your farm animals because El Chupacabra is on the prowl!
It's been over a hundred years since the Statue of Liberty arrived in New York and it's become an important part of American culture. But would you believe that the statue was a gift from the French?
It's over 4,500 years old but still holds some secrets. That could change in the next couple of days when scientists send in a robot to explore the last hidden chamber remaining in the pyramid.
See wildlife like caimans, birds, and red howling monkeys, while exploring the uncivilized land of flooded rainforest and winding rivers in the Amazon. Better pack your slicker.
Fossils found in Ontario, Canada have scientists believing that marine life made its appearance on land tens of millions of years sooner than they first thought. We have the 411 on this fossil find.
Korea welcomed the 2002 World Cup to their country for the first ever co-hosting of the soccer championships on May 31st. Korea has come a long way since gaining its independence in the mid 1940s.
Throughout history women have had to endure horrible things to be deemed beautiful. The ancient tradition of foot binding in China, however, takes the "beauty is pain" concept to a whole new level.