The discovery of a tapir skeleton in Xi'an, China indicates that tapirs may have inhabited China in ancient times, contrary to previous beliefs.
The movie "Jungle" is a gripping tale of survival based on the real-life experiences of Yossi Ghinsberg and his companions in the Bolivian Amazon. The film raises questions about the enigmatic character Karl Ruprechter and his role in the harrowing events.
The ancient city of Ipiutak was built by a fair-haired race with blue eyes and not by us, the Inuits say
Located at Point Hope, Alaska, the ruins of Ipiutak offer a glimpse into the past when the city was alive and bustling. Though only ancient artifacts remain, the archaeological and historical value of the site remains immense. The most fascinating part of this site is the unknown origin of the city's builders.
Believed to have been crafted by nomadic hunter-gatherers during the Upper Paleolithic period, the Venus of Willendorf is unique in terms of its design and material; as it is made of a type of rock not found in the area of Willendorf, Austria. It likely originated from northern Italy, suggesting the mobility of early humans in the Alps.
The USS Stein monster incident occurred in November 1978, when an unidentified creature emerged from the sea and damaged the ship.
Antarctica is known for its extreme conditions and unique ecosystem. Studies have shown that animals in cold oceanic regions tend to grow larger than their counterparts in other parts of the world, a phenomenon known as polar gigantism.
The Immortal Jellyfish is found in oceans all over the world and is a fascinating example of the many mysteries that still exist beneath the waves.
The Chandeleur Islands are a chain of uninhabited barrier islands located in the Gulf of Mexico, 50 miles east of New Orleans. Here an amateur archaeologist made a fascinating discovery – the 12,000-year-old lost city submerged in water.
It is said that Gribshunden sank in 1495 after catching fire while in the Baltic Sea off the coast of Ronneby in southeastern Sweden; but the actual cause of her fate is still unknown. She is one of the best-preserved wrecks from the late medieval period.
The scientific name of the species is 'Promachocrinus fragarius' and according to the study, the name Fragarius is derived from the Latin word "fragum," which means "strawberry."
The discovery of the skeletal remains of blonde giants on Catalina Island
The mysterious disappearance of Bryce Laspisa: A decade of unanswered questions
Ararat anomaly: Is the southern slope of Mount Ararat the resting place of Noah’s Ark?
El Tajín: The lost city of the “Thunder” and a mysterious people