(UsKings.us) People in parts of South America and Africa were treated to a rare sight on Sunday: a “ring of fire” eclipse, when the moon moves in between the Earth and the sun, briefly replacing it with a blazing, fiery ring.
(USKings)Imagine visiting Lakeland, Florida and seeing this creature cross your path! Over the weekend, a giant alligator strolled past a group of tourists at a local nature center—apparently unaware of his awe-inspiring size. As the reptile sauntered along, it ignored the small group of people who quickly drew their cameras to capture the incredible sight.
(USKings)Filmmaker Felix Starck and musician Selima Taibi bought an old school bus and went on an ultimate adventure. The couple spent $70,000 to transform the 1996 Thomas International into a cozy home and took it across North America. They even took their dog Rudis together!
(USKings)A virtual visit to the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Center (AMARC), better known as the Aircraft Boneyard. Planes that are taken off active service are flown here to await redeployment or destruction.
(USKings)Randal S. Olson – a data scientist, researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, and optimal search path guru – has released the newest edition to his list of epic road trips with the ultimate national parks bucket list. In celebration of the National Park Service‘s 100th birthday this month, the route covers 47 of the 59 protected areas operated by the National Park Service.
(USKings) America's hands collectively began to perspire earlier this year when officials first revealed plans to attach a glass slide to the side of a skyscraper approximately 1,000ft above downtown Los Angeles. Now, almost four months and probably countless vertigo-induced panic attacks later, the aptly dubbed SkySlide opened to the public over the weekend, and well, it looks utterly terrifying.