A facial reconstruction of King Richard III is unveiled by the Richard III Society on Feb. 5, 2013, in London. After carrying out a series scientific investigations on remains found in a car park in Leicester, the University of Leicester announced that they were those of King Richard III. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
Researchers in England say they have discovered new evidence showing King Richard III was likely infected with intestinal worms during his medieval reign.
What would you take with you to a desert island? How about a gun to kill the crocodile that is holding you captive there?
That's probably what a New Zealand tourist wanted after he spent two weeks trapped on a small island off Western Australia, being stalked by a crocodile.
Residents of Mexico City got a scare on September 2, 2013, when 30 police horses escaped their handlers and stampeded down one of the capital's busiest avenues, damaging 11 cars and injuring one person. (Euronews/YouTube)
Police said horses were startled by the sound of car engines. They were getting ready to join fellow officers in helping control protesters.
The 37-storey 'Walkie Talkie' skyscraper in London's financial district has been renamed the 'Walkie Scorchie' after claims that sunlight reflected from the glass building melted cars parked below. (Oli Scarff/Getty Images)
Developers are investigating claims that light reflected from the 37-storey glass building warped cars and set fire to a doormat.
A viral video showing a kangaroo fighting a dog has only worked to promote stereotypes of what rural Australian life is really like.
Yet, instead of portraying kangaroos as cuddly, bouncy creatures, the video has played up the marsupial's feisty side.
The video shows a dog and a kangaroo duking it out in water. The kangaroo, though trapped, seems to have the upper hand, nearly drowning the barking Great Dane.