The unusual features and composition of the Starchild skull have baffled researchers and have become a subject of intense debate in the field of archeology and paranormal.
During a cold spell in 1947, in the town of Snag, Yukon, where the temp reached -83°F (-63.9°C), you could hear people speaking 4 miles away, along with other strange phenomena.
Since at least the early 1960s, this mysterious pulse has been documented on multiple continents.
Octopuses have long captivated our imagination with their mysterious nature, remarkable intelligence, and otherworldly abilities. But what if there is more to these enigmatic creatures than meets the eye?
Scientists uncover the reason behind the unusual skin of ultra-black eels that lurk in the ocean’s Midnight Zone
The ultra-black skin of the species enables them to hide in the pitch-dark depths of the ocean in order to ambush their prey.
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 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."
Victims of the disease would sometimes act as if they were drunk, would experience memory loss about what they had done and experienced, and would often experience hallucinations like a "snail walking over their face".
In 1991, scientists discovered a fungus named Cryptococcus neoformans at Chernobyl complex that contains large amounts of melanin – a pigment found in the skin which turns it dark. Later it was discovered that the fungi could actually "eat" radiation.