The bushy tip of a cow’s tail is called a “switch”.
Cheese is the most stolen food in the world!
The origin story for Valentine’s Day is light on the romance but heavy on the strange.
Doctors have pulled over 1,000 ants out of Shreya Darji ears, but they just keep coming.
Nazi supporters opened Camp Siegfried in the 1930s.
A plane going from Australia to Malaysia made an emergency landing when the 2,186 sheep in the cargo bay passed too much gas.
Hungry sea lion pup wanders into San Diego restaurant, but finds out he’s too early for the lunch rush.
At a loss for what to do for Valentine’s Day? Here are some Ripley’s inspired gift ideas.
In 1252, Norway’s King Haakon gave Henry III a polar bear. It lived in the Tower of London and swam in the River Thames.
Taxis in India are pairing local artists with taxi owners to make remarkable interiors.