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More than 80 hippos in Colombia are the first non-human creatures to be legally considered people by a U.S. court.
The tongue-eating louse is the only known example of a parasite replacing an organ of its host.
The 47-mile ride on a double-decker bus is meant to appeal to people who are easily lulled asleep by long rides.
Organizers hope the installation will draw attention to the importance of preserving the Dead Sea.
The man was diving off Israel's Mediterranean coast Saturday when he spotted a trove of ancient artifacts, officials said.
Jordan Perkic was able to conquer his gloved guitar challenge quite handily for the first 19 pairs.
The city council in Christchurch is redistributing its tourist funding — which means the Wizard is getting a pink slip.
The 24-year-old stands at 7 feet, 0.7 inches, according to Guinness World Records.
Vojin Kusic, 72, says the home's front door also rotates so if his wife "spots unwanted guests heading our way, she can spin the house and make them turn away.”
“Well, I’m definitely going to get a new supercharged Mustang with dual exhausts, and about five kilos of cocaine, and I’ll be good to go.”
Noreen Wredberg named it "Lucy's Diamond" in honor of her husband's kitten, which has " tints of yellow in her fur, similar to the light yellow of my diamond."
This year, holiday enthusiasts can dress up as a rubber chicken AND a chicken sandwich.
Bill Fischer said he found black walnuts in every nook and cranny of the truck, including the engine compartment and the fenders.
Beyhan Mutlu's wife called authorities after he went drinking with a friend. Luckily, he was able to find himself.
The singer sang "Skyscraper" in hopes of calming a mysterious being known as "Carmen" on the new UFO series "Unidentified With Demi Lovato."
“My wife had to stay out of the exhibit with my sleeping son, so I wanted to capture a lot of video,” the videographer explained. “Then this magic happened.”
After the original, more traditional school bus fell through, teachers at the Brooke Charter School were forced to improvise.
The dog walked off-camera and pulled down the BBC's Carol Kirkwood -- and it all happened on live TV.
The 10-feet-wide home sold for $1.25 million, according to Zillow.