Many deem bullfighting as a cruel activity which puts bulls in the wrong light. Humane Society International (HSI) notes that there is an estimated 250,000 bulls killed every year in Europe for the bullfighting.
A new study led by a researcher from University of Queensland revealed that American actor in a film portraying American culture is most likely to win an Oscar.
A 500 year old Mexican manuscript was covering up an even older codex that is now visible for the first time in the modern era.
From July 11 to 15, Mongolia's Nadaam celebrates the sports of wrestling, archery and horse racing, These "three games of men" come from an 800-year-old warrior tradition set by Genghis Khan, who used the games to train his fighters.
Travelers should experience the food and festivity of Hari Raya in Malaysia. It is celebrated with open houses where families share food with all visitors, an act of spiritual generosity.
People in Malawi continue to mutilate and murder albinos because they believe that their body parts can be used to create potions. A limb can be sold to hunters for $2,000 while an entire corpse amounts to $75,000.
In a grim time in our history, people were killed to serve as a religious sacrifice for certain events, such as the death of a chief, preparation for war, construction of new house or canoe, epidemic outbreaks and violations of major social taboos. But a new study suggests that human sacrifices were not only meant for religious purposes.
As the third season of "Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan" makes its debut this week in the Travel Channel, the animal lover and activist sits down with Nature World News to share some of his recent experiences.
A team of researchers has sequenced the first ancient human genomes from Ireland, shedding light on the origins of Celtic people and their culture.
A fungal disease known as rapid ohia death has killed hundreds of thousands of Hawaii's iconic, native ohia lehua trees. Researchers have teamed up to create a treatment to prevent this deadly disease from spreading further across the state.
Human fossils discovered in a Brazilian cave and dating to 9,000 years ago reveal the earliest known record of human decapitation rituals.
Archaeologists from Frankfurt University found evidence of a Roman village that was built on the remains of a military fort from 120 AD. The artifacts shed light on those that lived there many years ago.
Sperm whales use a series of clicks to communicate within their clans. Similar to human cultures, there are many patterns, or dialects, of these clicks.
The Bronze Age was a significant era in Earth's early history, but how did it change Europe? New DNA analyses from the bones of early Europeans have attempted to answer just that question, showing that the demographic structure of present-day Europe and Asia is the result of widespread population migrations, and subsequent cultural changes that occurred during the Bronze Age.