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Discovering the Secret Shipwrecks of the Baltic Sea

Under the Baltic Sea, it is dark, frigid, and a graveyard for the wrecks of ships that have sunk over the centuries. The oldest remains found are said to date back some 800 years — which, if proved, would...
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Ex-TSA Agent: We Steal from Travelers All the Time

From the "Things We Already Knew" Department ... A TSA agent convicted of stealing more than $800,000 worth of goods from travelers said this type of theft is “commonplace” among airport security....
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The Fragile Beauty of Glen Canyon [Gallery]

Glen Canyon is a true paradise for nature lovers from all walks of life; there really is something for everyone. Whether you're a geologist, a biologist, an anthropologist or just a regular visitor, it's...
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Barcelona vs. Madrid: Where Would You Go?

There’s been a long standing rivalry between Barcelona and Madrid forever. Let’s stir it up a bit with this cool infographic from HostelBookers.com! Where would you...
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The Giant Salt City 1200 Feet Beneath Detroit

Detroit’s salt mines are like an underground city within the city. It is a massive expanse of 1,500 acres and over 100 miles of roads right under everyone’s feet. ... The Detroit Salt and...
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Madagascar’s Macabre Dance of the Dead [Gallery]

Although the family may shed some tears over the remains of their loved ones, crying soon turns to smiles. It’s a little like a party, but one where the guests of honor are corpses. There is a definite...
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The Staggering Beauty of Iceland’s Glacier Lagoon

Even in a country well known for its astounding natural beauty, Jökulsárlón stands out. The combination of majestic floating icebergs, the giant icy blue lagoon, the contrasting black of the sandy...