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Avian flu virus
Bird Flu Kills Two In China: Scientists Race To Understand H7N9 Virus [VIDEO]
Apr 01, 2013 11:00 AM E
Two men died in Shanghai from a new avian flu strain known as H7N9. Scientists race to understand the virus and to find a vaccine.
Dental implants
Hundreds of Patients of Doctor Accused of Unsanitary Practices Get Tested for Hepatitis, HIV
Apr 01, 2013 06:07 AM E
Hundreds of patients of a dentist accused of unsanitary practices lined up to get tested for hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV.
'Duchess'
Man Tattoos Pit Bull 'Duchess': Proud Owner Or Abuser? [VIDEO]
Mar 30, 2013 13:57 PM E
5-month-old American Pit Bull 'Duchess' gets a tattoo that presents her bloodline. Animal rights advocates are outraged.
Zodiac 601
Man Thrown From Plane: Body Missing After 2,500 Foot Fall
Mar 30, 2013 08:39 AM E
A man was ejected from a Zodiac 601 aircraft suffering from an out-of-control nosedive. The search for his body continues.
Sri Lankan leopard
Leopards, Hyenas Co-Exist With Humans In India
Mar 30, 2013 04:59 AM E
A new study has found that large carnivorous animals, including leopards and striped hyenas, co-exist with human neighbors in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
halo jump
Navy SEAL Accident Ariz.: SEAL Killed In Mid-Air Collision [VIDEO]
Mar 29, 2013 18:23 PM E
A Navy SEAL dies in a training accident when two paratroopers collide in mid-air over Arizona.
UFO
FBI Flying Saucers Memo: What Did The Government Know?
Mar 29, 2013 17:25 PM E
A UFO sighting from 1950 has been declassified. What do we know about the event?
Termites Created Mysterious Desert Fairy Circles In Southern Africa, Says Scientist
Mar 29, 2013 06:36 AM E
Scientists have solved the mystery behind the circular formation of grass with barren centers in the desert of Southwest Africa.
Bees
Commonly Used Pesticides Affect Bees' Ability To Learn: Study
Mar 28, 2013 08:16 AM E
Some commonly used pesticides are causing damage to honeybee brains, suggest two new studies.
FBI Memo
FBI UFO Memo: Does The Bureau Admit The Existence Of UFO’s In News Release About 1947 Roswell Memo?
Mar 27, 2013 15:39 PM E
The FBI commented on a 63-year-old memo about the first UFO sighting in Roswell.
New Species Of Skin-Eating Amphibian Found In French Guiana
Mar 26, 2013 08:17 AM E
A new species of skin-eating caecilian has been discovered in French Guiana, whose offspring peel off and feed on their mother's skin.
2-headed bull shark fetus
2-Headed Shark Fetus Caught Off Florida Keys: See Photos Of First Two-Headed Bull Shark Ever Recorded
Mar 25, 2013 17:52 PM E
A 2-headed bull shark fetus was caught off the Florida Keys. Scientists examine the first ever 2-headed bull shark specimen. See the bizarre pictures here!
World's Largest Rope Swing
Man Dies At Rock Arch: Watch The Video That Inspired 22 Year Old Kyle Lee Stocking To Lose His Life [VIDEO]
Mar 25, 2013 16:49 PM E
A viral video on YouTube featuring a rope swing at Corona Arch caused copy cat Kyle Lee Stockings to lose his life. See the video here.
sinkhole
New Florida Sinkhole Causes Evacuation: How Do Sinkholes Form? [VIDEO]
Mar 25, 2013 11:10 AM E
New Florida sinkhole at Lake Shore Ranch Drive is less than two miles from the deadly sinkhole that took the life of Jeff Bush last month.
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