(UsKings.us) The scars create patterns and are seen as highly desirable in their culture
(UsKings.us) The woman was also reportedly buried with a striking clutch bag, a comb and a mirror - and no fewer than four changes of clothes
Meet a SuperAger: Donald, 89, has the cognitive skill of a 25-year-old - showing scientists brain decline is NOT inevitable
(UsKings.us) At 89 years old, Donald Tenbrunsel is a decade past the average male life expectancy. But his brain is as sharp as a millennial's.
(UsKings.us) Here are the list of Trains That Pass Through The Weirdest Places
(UsKings.us) Rare footage captures members of the hostile island tribe who shun aid and KILL visitors on sight
(UsKings.us) A lone figure was captured soaring above the French Atlantic ocean on a super-fast hoverboard in breathtaking new footage. Franky Zapata, the inventor of the futuristic hoverboard, is seen sending ripples across the sea off the coast of Sausset-les-Pins, France, as he zooms across the sky. The Flyboard Air is a device that allows users to fly untethered through the sky to an incredible height of 10,000ft (3,048m), which is almost seven times that of the Empire State Building.
Pink Star diamond sets world record, selling for £57MILLION at auction after being described as one of world’s ‘great treasures’
(UsKings.us) Dazzling 59.60-carat stone which is the size of a plum is now the world's most expensive jewel ever sold
UsKings.us) The creature's two heads work independently and have very different attitudes
(Uskings.us) It’s a small fish, only a couple of inches long, and its bright colors make it pop in the Pacific coral reefs it calls home. The first thing that makes this fish peculiar is the striking pair of large lower canines it sports.
(UsKings.us) The rusty patched bumblebee is the first native bee to become an endangered species in the United States. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials have stated they do not know what caused the decline, but the species is on the brink of extinction. The bee could be disappearing for a number of reasons, according to Serina Jepson, Director of Endangered Species and Aquatic Programs for the Xerces Society.