It sounds like a made-up word, but a “zonkey” is in fact a real animal. Every few years, you’ll hear about the birth of a rare zonkey, such as that of April 2014, when video surfaced of a zonkey that was born in Mexico. Zonkeys are half zebra and half donkey.
An Arizona reporter was arrested for defecating on a residential front lawn while covering a story.
A self-sustaining egg-shaped capsule was unveiled in mid-2015 with the promise that two people could use it to live anywhere in the world, off-grid. Would you live in an Ecocapsule?
Today we’ll look at an image which has circulated on Facebook for years which shows a key chain being sold in China that contains a live baby turtle. Is this image real or fake?
A creature extinct for millions of years supposedly showed up alive in a Virginia river, as evidenced by a photo circulating online.
A video posted in late 2012 supposedly shows a man who “teleported” into the scene on a bicycle from behind another man on screen. Today we’ll take a look at this video.
In late 2014, reports out of Russia told of a boy who became “magnetic” after receiving an electrical shock. It once again highlighted one of the longest-running hoaxes in history: human magnetism.
It is claimed that Russia is the same size as (or bigger than) Pluto. Today we’ll take a closer look at this claim.