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Tiger That Spent It’s Entire Life In a Cage Finally Gets Freed

Hoover is a 12-year-old male tiger who had spent most of his life performing at the Circo Africano in  Continue Reading »

6 months ago

Worlds First Heartless Man Lives Without Heart or Pulse

There are many indisputable scientific facts about the human body. We must drink water to help our kidneys filter  Continue Reading »

6 months ago

Scientists Locate Physical Cause Of Depression, Game Changing Treatments On The Horizon

Even if you’ve never suffered from depression in your own life, you probably know one person who has struggled  Continue Reading »

6 months ago

Ancient Map Discovery May Mean Marco Polo Discovered America 200 Years Before Columbus

We may have to discard the old Christopher Columbus Day ritual in the United States, as an ancient sheepskin  Continue Reading »

6 months ago

Someone Rudely Stole Her Parking Spot At The Last Second But Her Revenge Plan Made It All Worth While

Parking is one of the most frustrating things to do in a crowded area, especially during the busy times  Continue Reading »

6 months ago

New Fashion Crazy Becoming Oddly Popular At The Beach

Fashion trends can spread across the globe like wildfire, with a variety of wares from the super sexy to  Continue Reading »

6 months ago

These Twins Do Everything Together, Now They Want To Have A Baby With The Same Man

Lucy and Anna CeCinque are identical twins who share something more than a similar look. They also have the  Continue Reading »

6 months ago

Man Wakes Up From Coma Speaking Mandarin

The human brain is an amazing thing; no matter how much we study it, it always seems to be  Continue Reading »

6 months ago

Tiger Was Only Days From Death When They Rescued Her From The Circus

The story of Aasha, the Bengal tiger, certainly had its ups and downs. At about nine months old she  Continue Reading »

6 months ago

This Is What Happens To Olympic Venues After The Games Are Over

Hosting the Olympics can be an iffy investment that is hard on the city doing so. It requires a  Continue Reading »

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