Looking at the world map, Ortelius noticed that the west side of Africa and the East coast of South America look like two puzzle pieces separated by the Atlantic Ocean.
Meet the Extinct Australian Lion
A recent excavation in Australia reveals the remains of an extinct marsupial lion that dates back 23 million years ago.
The Royal Doggies
The British royal family has been an animal lover for decades, and that most of its members keep some lucky dogs as pets.
The Mysterious Thirteenth Astrological Sign
We're not exactly seeing what the ancient Babylonians saw anymore and the constellations don’t match the zodiac anymore!
These Glow in the Dark Plants Could Reduce Light Pollution
Environmental specialists are trying to save us from the problems of global warming. This might be a game-changer.
How Much Skin-Care Is Too Much Skin-Care?
There are so many things our skin meets on a daily basis, which leads to a market flooded with skin-care products.
The Secrets of Saturn
Take a second to learn a little about Saturn and then flex your astronomy muscles in front of your friends.
Why Left Handed People Are So Much Better Than Righties
Left-handed people have to adjust a lot more than their right-handed counterparts. But they have their advantages too.
The Hanging Gardens of Mexico City
Other than making those pillars look prettier, covering them with plants have other advantages.
Wake up and Smell the Roses: It Will Help Your Memory
A recent study looked into the connection between smells and our ability to learn and remember new information.