‘Cyclops Kitten’ Cleyed Died Shortly After Being Born (Photo)

Cleyed, the Cyclops Kitten
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Kitten lovers would surely be amazed in this rare story of a Bengal ‘Cyclops’ kitten named Cleyed who was born with one eye and no nose. Unfortunately, the cute little kitten died shortly after birth because of a condition known as Holoprosencephaly, a cephalic disorder in which the forebrain fails to develop into two hemispheres. The congenital More...

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Yangtze River Turned Red
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By Charles Wuckland On Sunday, September 9th, 2012

Why Did China’s Yangtze River Suddenly Turn Red? (Photos)

China’s historical river, Yangtze, turned red and a lot of people started to ask the cause of it. It started on September 6,  2012 when residents in the city of Chongqing noticed a spreading stain of red More...

Mississippi Remains to be the Fattest State in America
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By Meg Stanford On Friday, August 17th, 2012

Fattest State in America in 2012 is Still Mississippi, According to CDC

Mississippi is considered as the fattest state in America. That’s according to the result of the latest statistical analysis of data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) which were conducted More...

Mermaids The Body Found
By Charles Wuckland On Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

“Mermaids: The Body Found” Continues to Puzzle if Mermaids Do Exist (Photo and Video)

The documentary “Mermaids: The Body Found” was re-aired on Discovery Channel last Sunday, July 15, 2012, confusing more people if mermaids indeed really exist. In describing the show, Discovery says, More...

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By Charles Wuckland On Thursday, July 5th, 2012

Mermaids Don’t Exist, Says NOAA

Have you ever wondered if mermaids truly exist? Those fabled aquatic creatures, typically depicted with the head and torso of a girl or woman, and the tail of a fish, are commonly seen singing beautiful songs in More...

Lonesome George, Giant Tortoise in Galapagos Island
By Charles Wuckland On Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

Giant Tortoise ‘Lonesome George’ Dies at 100 in Galapagos

Time to bid farewell to Lonesome George, the last remaining giant tortoise of its kind, belonging to the subspecies Chelonoidis nigra abingdoni, which is believed to date back some 10 million years. On 24 June More...

Squid Squirts Sperm Bag in Woman's Tongue in Korea
By Charles Wuckland On Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

Squid Squirts Woman’s Tongue With Sperm Bag in Korea

What would you feel if you were eating a squid then suddenly it squirted its sperm bag in your tongue? This happened to a woman in Seoul, Korea. A 63-yr-old Korean woman experienced severe pain in her oral cavity More...

Alleged John the Baptist Bones
By Charles Wuckland On Monday, June 18th, 2012
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John The Baptist Bones Possibly Discovered in Bulgarian Church (Photo)

A group of archaeologists from Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit at Oxford University dated the knuckle bones found in 2010 by archaeologist Kazimir Popkonstantinov. The results showed that it was that of a male More...

Venus Transit in 2004 as seen in Florida
By Charles Wuckland On Tuesday, June 5th, 2012

Transit of Venus 2012 on June 5/6 Visibility: Where To Watch?

The so-called transit of Venus 2012 (or Venus transit) this coming Wednesday, June 6, 2012 (Tuesday, June 5 in some areas) can be seen on Earth and visible from the western Pacific Ocean, northwesternmost North More...

Map of the Annular Solar Eclipse on May 20, 2012 in the US
By Charles Wuckland On Saturday, May 19th, 2012

Annular Solar Eclipse on May 20, 2012 to Depict ‘Ring of Fire’

Eclipse fanatics have something to look forward at the sky this coming Sunday, May 20, 2012 (May 21, 2012 for local time in Eastern Hemisphere) to get a view of a rare annular solar eclipse with a magnitude of 0.9439. The More...