Are myths only fiction or could they be a distorted form of history?
Measuring in at more than 11 by 7 inches, the egg is the largest soft-shell egg ever discovered and the second-largest egg of any known animal
Is it out there?
The scientific search for the mythical monster has revealed some surprising facts about its home in the Scottish Highlands
The last wild Tasmanian tiger was thought to have been hunted to extinction
They are shy and solitary, have two tiny fangs, appear to walk on the tips of their hooves, and have a silver sheen
Queensland Museum geneticist Dr Jessica Worthington Wilmer ran some tests in Queensland Museum’s molecular lab and...
Where can you most likely see a Bigfoot?
Previous to 1800, the number of mysterious animals described as having ‘long necks’ was just 10% – whereas by the 1930s, it was 50%
Scottish anatomist John Barclay named it Halsydrus pontoppidani (Pontoppidan’s sea-snake)