The elephants of India’s Cheetal Walk are surprisingly calm around humans, and...
15 Awesomely Geeky Custom Motorcycle Helmets
Geek chic is in and nerds have never been cooler. And what’s cooler than a nerd on a motorbike? A nerd on a motorbike in one of these 15 incredibly geeky custom motorcycle helmets, of course.
15 Cute Baby Animals Getting Piggyback Rides
Everyone loves a piggyback ride, even – or especially – in the animal kingdom. Here’s a collection of animals hitching a lift with mom or dad in the most fun way possible.
Lightning Strikes Etch the Sky Over White Sands National Monument
The beautiful white dunes of White Sands National Monument in New Mexico are a dramatic setting for lightning storms in these incredible photographs.
Here's What You Need to Know About the Twitter IPO
Twitter will launch onto the New York Stock Exchange in just a matter of days. But is getting your hands on some of its shares a canny investment or a bit of a risk?
13 Scariest Hairstyles from '80s Horror Movies
Big hair and bigger scares marked the awesome ‘80s, and in celebration of this diabolical union, we present the 13 most terrifying hairstyles from ‘80s horror movies.
Rooftopping: Perched on Top of Skyscrapers to Photograph the City Below
Whatever you do, don’t (forget) to look down. We caught up with daredevil photographer Tom Ryaboi, whose vertigo-inducing photography took our breath away. Hold on tight.
Showering Water Droplets Shaken From Animals’ Coats
Water spray flies in this gallery of incredible photographs showing some of our favorite animals drying off as only they can.
10 Movies in Which the Statue of Liberty Gets Owned
Be it in family comedies or disaster blockbusters, Lady Liberty is a veteran of the silver screen. Her symbolic status has done little to keep her out of harm’s way, though, as we’re about to see.
Mice Could Permanently Have No Fear of Cats
A parasite has recently been found to have the potential to permanently erase mice’s fear of cats. But does it have any implications for humans, and what could it mean for future medical developments?