After missing at the end of 2016, the oldest known orca, nicknamed "Granny", is now officially considered dead by the Center for Whale Research.
The sinking of the Titanic, perhaps the largest ship ever built, has been one of the most historic occurrences of modern time. However, recent evidence suggests an emormous fire did much of the damage to the ship before it hit the gigantic iceberg.
The new Star Wars film, Rogue One, has hit the cinemas, and many people are probably rewatching and re-living the entire collection to backtrack on its history. Along with this, fans may have been digitally revisiting the popular planets and galaxies featured in the film series, including Tatooine, the woods of Endor, and the ice world Hoth.
New satellite images show that North Korea is preparing its nuclear ballistic missile submarine to finally head out to see. The country has not released a statement regarding this, so military personnel from all over the world are keeping track of the progress.
What if you get to customize the way you travel on air? Aviation giant Airbus wants to make a radical revolution the way airliner interiors work, and Transpose is travelling the way it's meant to be.
Snow falls on the hottest region on Earth for the second time in living memory. Although the Sahara Desert has been recorded to be more moist than it currently is, this is still the first time in the last three decades that snow has been seen falling in the region.
According to reports, US President-elect Donald Trump slammed China for allegedly "stealing" an oceanographic device owned by the US Navy straight off the water. Many people were appalled by how Trump impulsively reacted to the incident and accused China of stealing, creating even more tension between the two countries. But were these U.S. underwater drones legally placed in the South China Sea?
It appears Elon Musk wants to solve traffic in cities with yet another revolutionary idea, and that is through big tunnels under highways.
An ancient pool of water has been discovered in a mine in Ontario, Canada, and it is believed to be the oldest water that has flown through the world. Using the available dating technology, scientists claim this pool to be at least 1.5 billion years old. However, two years later, deeper excavations through the mine led scientists to find another site with much more ancient water.
A new study led by Colorado State University (CSU) and Wildlife Conservation Society revealed that outdoor recreation activities in protected areas can do more harm than benefit in wildlife living in the area.
A mysterious group called Anonymouse MMX has literally opened a tiny café for mice to enjoy in Sweden's small town of Malmo. Tourists are now excited to not only go sightseeing in the country but also watch out for miniature cafes popping up in unexpected places.
Known as the first city in the world to be awarded the UNESCO World Heritage Status in the urban cultural landscape category, Rio de Janeiro officially enters UN's list of world heritage sites after four years.
A new daring design has been developed for one of China's most iconic tourist attractions has raised some awe, but at the same time some eyebrows during its announcement. Designed by a French architect Martin Duplantier, a seemingly disappearing bridge will be situated in China's Wulingyuan region, one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites.
Mysterious bodies were found buried in a four-century-old cemetery in Poland, and Polish archaeologists believe the remains underwent a "vampire burial" ritual. Could this be ancient Poland's way of preventing the undead from rising from the grave?