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Some folks are just born lucky. Check out ten people who â€“ against all oddsÂ â€“Â survived the most terrible of circumstances and lived to tell about it.
The Legend Golf and Safari Resort is truly, well, legendary. The one-of-a-kind golf course is located in South Africa’s north-eastern Limpopo Province, nestled within the 22,000 hectare Entabeni Game Reserve.
Some heroes are born, some are made, and some â€“ like these folks â€“ unintentionally save the save the day.
Now this is what you call a modern-day fairy tale. The internet can do wonderful things for you, if you can wield the magic of making content go viral.
The architects of this tiny pharmacy in downtown Osaka didn't have much to work with—just a skinny alleyway between two hulking buildings. But the resulting structure is so cool, it almost looks as though it was there first.
It's showtime for spandex â€“ take a look at these weird but fun designs.
Check out some of the cutest "now and then" photos of pets.
Being a science fiction creator is the most amazing adventure — you get to invent whole new worlds, brand new futures, and fantastic technologies, and you get to tell the most incredible stories about them.
Greg Novak, a farmer from Gilman, Minnesota, spent hundreds of hours building a gigantic snowman. He calls the towering 50-foot structure ‘Granddaddy’.
Thousands of snakes will be killed in the 56th Rattlesnake RoundUp this coming weekend in Sweetwater, Texas. It's a barbaric and environmentally reckless festival that's also startlingly reminiscent of a classic Simpson's episode.
These are the formidable talons of a Harpy Eagle, one of the largest species of raptor on Earth.
Traditional wedding invitations give guests the option to "happily accept" or "regretfully decline" -- which is a total snooze-fest, if you ask us. It's no wonder so many people forget to reply! We rounded up eight of the snar...
Australian-born Anna and Lucy DeCinque might just be the most ‘identical’ identical twins in the world. The sisters, who were born just one minute apart, share everything – a Facebook account, a job, a house, a car, and even a boyfriend.
Origami artist Sipho Mabona and his crew spent four weeks carefully folding a 50-by-50-foot sheet of paper into a 10-foot-tall elephant sculpture, showing the artistic potential of a single sheet of paper.
She's good. After nailing her first edition of doing impressions on foreign languages, Smoukahontas is back for the sequel and it's just as impressive.
It’s a little sad to see that in this day and age, people are still trying to change their skin color. The transformation of Nigerian and Cameroonian pop star Dencia is particularly disturbing.
Up until a few days ago, Jesus was the only one who could turn water into wine. Now it seems anyone can do it. All they need is one of these $499 miracle bottles, water and some special ingredients.
Crude jokes, sexual humor, murder and mayhemÂ â€“Â take a look at some of the wildest, most bizarre Japanese video games ever made.
People oversharing on social media is often unexciting and common, but taking to Twitter to narrate personal events while they're happening seems to be the real-life version of a soap opera.
Artist Gary Hovey from New Knoxville, Ohio, has transformed ordinary kitchen utensils, like forks, knives and spoons, in raw material to create amazing sculptures.
You would think that a woman living with a mannequin family has got to be some sort of weirdo. Contrary to that expectation, Suzanne Heintz comes across as fairly normal. As normal as an artist can be, that is.
Despite all appearances to the contrary, this is not a cucumber stuffed with a banana.Read more...
Darwin's idea of natural selection is simple. Good mutations are passed on, because the animals who have them will survive to reproduce.
NEW YORK (AP) — Ever feel like you're on a big hamster wheel and you can't get off?Ward Shelley and Alex Schweder know that feeling all too well. The two performance artists are spending 10 days living, eating and sleeping on a giant hamster ...
Deprived of sight, blind people manage to squeeze an amazing amount of information out of their other senses. Doing this requires their brains to do some reorganizing.