BBC America: Featuring a whirlwind wedding ceremony, some exploding rocks, and a woman whose twin was discovered inside her brain.
BBC America: A look at how deadly poisonous frogs can help people save lives; why people see faces in nearly everything, from clouds to burnt toast; and how one woman's pants spontaneously burst into flame.
BBC America: What causes a mysterious glacier to bleed red? How did an electrician get tattooed by a lightning bolt? And what is the story of the man who has a tooth for an eye?
BBC America: Featuring the oversized rats who save human lives by sniffing out landmines, as well as one very odd-looking, living rock and a flame-filled firenado.
BBC America: How can a lake form beneath an ocean? Can money really grow on trees? Plus, discover how bird brains are being used to battle human diseases.
A discussion on goblin's gold; Spain is under attack from space balls; prehistoric lions could be brought back from the dead.
A case of a mystery stinger occurs in Australia; a scientist is poisoned during a jungle expedition; goats are flying in Utah.
Find out why a much-loved dolphin has started breaking people's bones, and why a caterpillar wears a hat made out of its own spare heads.
Discover the science behind the puzzle of strange balls of worms on a road, and how an Australian town became plagued by giant bats.
Revealing a prehistoric fish that almost destroyed an entire fishing industry, and a foray into freak weather reveals why a monster wave shocked swimmers in Sydney.
Featuring a deep sea blob spotted in the Gulf of Mexico that mystified oil rig workers and the washed up remains of a gargantuan creature that baffled scientists for decades.
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