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How do you measure up to this research about the average heights of people around the globe?
The Blue Blur is turning 25 years old.
The phenomenal success of 'Pokemon Go' helped Nintendo’s stocks double—but Nintendo doesn’t actually own Pokémon Go.
The great Nintendo vs. Sega war is back on.
Scientists at Mission Centaur are looking for an astronomical holy grail: an inhabitable Earth-like planet.
“The Government isn't going to limit the number of cats people can own," said Prime Minister (and noted cat sympathiser) John Key.
Dango suggests the perfect emojis for any situation.
Roach "milk" crystals are one of the most nutrient-rich substances on Earth.
Health Department officials believe chemicals in the water are to blame for this gorgeous green sludge...
You never have to fear a splat of wasted ice cream again, thanks to the new non-melting variety...
Why is the Pound called the Pound? And other world currency names explained.
Crossness Pumping Station helped rid London of cholera in the Victorian era.
Gene Roddenberry taught the world that infinitives are ripe for splitting.
It could potentially save the lives of lions and cows.
Instead of landing in a stockpot, Larry the Lobster was shipped to the Maine State Aquarium.
A survey of older adults found that couples with similar drinking habits reported less trouble in their marriages.
Scientists have found a simple way to get hydrogen out of fescue grass.
This kinetic sculpture was inspired by the inner-workings of high-end timepieces.
Customers will be scoffing coiled chocolate ice-cream from miniature toilets in Toronto’s Poop Café Dessert Bar in August.
It was Christmas in July at the annual World Santa Claus Congress in Copenhagen.
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