This spectacular specimen of an Indian star tortoise is living up to her name, as after losing her front leg to a mongoose attack, she's becoming a scooting star.
Acne's a harsh reality of life, and even though it's known to plague adolescent teenagers, the fact is that it can affect you at any point in your life. And there's no one universal cause, either.
Summer's pretty much upon us, which means many of us will be spending more time outdoors. In an effort to make sure that your time outside is enjoyable, and you're not made a delicious meal by mother nature, we've run through the animals with the strongest bites in the wild.
Moms Are Speaking Out Against the Criticism of the Parents Who Lost Their 2-Year-Old Son In an Alligator Attack
Matt and Melissa Graves — who tragically lost their 2-year-old son when he was attacked by an alligator while playing on a Disney Resort beach — are no doubt in the deepest well of grief that a parent could ever imagine.
Seeing travel pictures is a great way to experience the world without ever leaving home. But what if that was a Jurassic world?
Sounds impossible, but travel photographer Jorge Saenz is using classic perspective tricks to bring dinosaurs to life in his epic travel series #Dinodinaseries.
Boobs, big or small, can be a mixed blessing. And sometimes the pros and cons reveal themselves in ways you would have never imagined.
If you're one of the many people who happen to be side-sleepers, there's a 50/50 chance that you favor your right side over your left. And while you think that there might not be any difference in which side you pick, it turns out there are a few big ones.
Most people go fishing with poles and nets, and then there are those who don’t need no stinking poles and nets and instead decide to use their bare hands.
Officially called "noodling," it's a more, shall we say, redneck way of catching catfish in that you basically stick your arm in a fishing hole and hope you come out with a fish and your arm in one piece.
I’m a bit of a weather wimp. With the first clap of thunder, I’ve already eaten through my whole stash of emergency storm food, lit candles, and made plans for the apocalypse.
But yet I’m still fascinated by tornados and weather in general, which is what makes this video insanely addicting to watch.