Scientists at the University of Aberdeen have set a new record for the world's deepest fish, filming a type of snailfish at a depth of 8 kilometers in the Mariana trench in the western Pacific Ocean.
image credit: Traveller_40 Krampus is a beast-like creature from the folklore of Alpine countries thought to punish children during the Christmas season who had misbehaved, in contrast with Saint Nicholas, who rewards well-behaved ones with gifts.
image credit You've sung them while clutching cups of hot cocoa, cozying up around a fire, or stomping through snowdrifts.
Video that shows the beauty of Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey. Vimeo link (thanks Cora) The Presurfer
Premiering in October 2005, The Colbert Report broadcast 1,447 episodes over its nine-year run, concluding last Thursday, December 18, 2014.
image credit Whether you try to hide it or not, you fart. Everybody does. But even though it's such a routine activity - the average person farts between 10 and 20 times per day - there's a lot about farting that you might not know.
How the Kitten Stole Christmas tells the story of a kitten who isn't in a very festive spirit. YouTube link (thanks Cora) The Presurfer
And he wasn't wearing any pants. (via Bad Newspaper) The Presurfer
image credit Library of Congress In 1682, the Nonconformist minister Samuel Clarke told a peculiar tale about a soldier losing his wits and drinking to the health of the Devil, inviting the evil being into his world.
Pixels for Christmas is a new Bart Bonte game. Get all the golden pixels using the cursor keys. More Bart Bonte games.
This Christmas Light Show has been featured on ABC's The Great Christmas Light Fight and twice on ABC's Good Morning America.
image credit: Loz Pycock Many environmental artists use organic materials to draw attention to ecological problems like deforestation.
image credit: PaulSouthWales As 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' hits the cinemas, here's a look at the best Shire-like abodes you can rent for your next holiday.
13 Dogs and a cat are having a Christmas family dinner. YouTube link (thanks Cora) The Presurfer
If you travel to another country, don't always expect that there'll be cabs, trains, or buses available all the time.
Did you know that Santa Claus moves at 650 miles per second on Christmas Eve? Or that he used to be a skinny bishop in the Middle East who placed candy in children's shoes?
The Hamdi Foundation, a charity operating in conjunction with UNHCR, the U.N. refugee agency, released a YouTube video last Tuesday regarding the plight of Syria's millions of refugee.
In honor of the finale of The Legend of Korra this week, Movoto decided to find the value of Tenzin's house on Air Temple Island.
In the early days of bowling, respotting the pins was a physically demanding job. There were actually people behind the lanes resetting the pins and sending back the balls.
Ugly Christmas Sweaters. You may think you've seen them all. But then you haven't seen the Knitted Crackling Fireplace Christmas Sweater.