Each week we find the most interesting and informative articles we can and along the way we uncover amazing and cool images. Here you'll discover 10 incredible photos and the stories behind them.

Cloning Microbes

Toenail fungus is not sexy, and the microbes that cause the infection appear to agree.

[Full Story: Toenail Fungus's Nonexistent Sex Life Is More Interesting Than You Think]


Luck and Science:

Catching a star begin to go supernova is a 'one in 10 million' chance. This man just won the cosmic lottery.

[Full Story: The World's Luckiest Photographer May Have Proved Astrophysicists Right]


Mysteries of the Ocean:

Boaters, cruising off the coast of Hawaii, came across what looked like a giant, used tissue floating in the water.

[Full Story: Giant Blob Floating Past Hawaii Is Probably a Whale Placenta]


From the Dark:

They are among more than 100 deep-sea species recently scooped up off Australia's coast in a mission to identify animals that live in these barely explored, extreme underwater habitats.

[Full Story: These Freakish Creatures Were Not Meant to See the Light of Day]


Cuteness Overload:

Deep-sea researchers captured an adorable video of a baby 'Dumbo' octopus swimming for the first time.

[Full Story: 1st Video of Dumbo Octopus Hatchling Is Adorbs]


Setting Terrible Records:

Doctors in India recently operated on what they say could be the largest brain tumor in the world, according to news reports.

[Full Story: Indian Man's Brain Tumor Might Be the World's Largest]


Roadster in Space:

Scientist paparazzi turned their scopes toward Elon Musk's Roadster and its mannequin driver.

[Full Story: How We Know This Tiny Pinprick of Light Is the Tesla Roadster]


Strange Saudi Sculptures:

There's a place in the desert where the ghosts of camels seem to loom out of ancient rocks.

[Full Story: Who Created These Strange, Ancient Sculptures Hidden in the Saudi Desert?]


Hieroglypics in Dangeil:

Remains of the 2,600-year-old statue with an inscription written in Egyptian hieroglyphics turned up in a temple at Dangeil.

[Full Story: Ancient Statue of Nubian King Found in Nile River Temple]


Reduce, Reuse, Recycle:

Picasso flipped the painted canvas 90 degrees and used what was once a cliff top as the line of the cloaked woman's back.

[Full Story: Hidden Artwork Found Beneath Picasso 'Blue Period' Masterpiece]