As the concoction slowly cools in the fridge, some bonds don't reconnect. These gaps are filled with water and give the dessert its wiggle.
The only thing grosser than a burp is what causes it: bacteria deep in your belly. And, of course, extra gas and fizzy drinks.
Puddles don't just evaporate instantly into thin air. Buildings don't shimmy like belly dancers. But sometimes, mirages make faraway objects look like they're rippling.
Camels' large, leathery mouths can handle the prickly thorns of almost any kind of desert vegetation, including that which other desert animals steer clear of.
To keep up with the country's mounting gold reserves, the United States Bullion Depository opened at the Fort Knox U.S. Army Garrison in Kentucky in 1937.
If you want to be one of the 20 percent of Americans who catch the flu this season, shake hands with a lot of sick people.
We thought we'd ask Geza Gyuk, Director of Astronomy at the Adler Planetarium and a research scientist at the University of Chicago. Here's what he said:
Dinosaurs had bumpy skin, similar to the skin of an alligator or a flightless emu bird. But their skin color remains a mystery to paleontologists today.
Snowflakes come in myriad shapes and styles, affected by varying temperatures and what they bump into.
A snake's jaw is rigged with tendons, muscles, and ligaments that give it a gymnast's flexibility. The jaws do not dislocate, however.
If you're listening to Katy Perry pop or The Red Hot Chili Peppers rock and have to raise your voice to be heard over the music, it's time to turn the volume down.