It sailed around the world in the 1700s and is considered one of the most famous research ships.
A scientific survey of the waters of Loch Ness found it contains no traces of "monster" DNA at all, adding weight to the already-likely prospect that "Nessie" doesn't really exist.
Archaeologists excavating the scene of the most infamous clan massacre in Scottish history have unearthed parts of a 'lost village' in the Highlands valley of Glencoe.
Jesus is said to have healed a blind man at the site, located along the Sea of Galilee in northern Israel.
The cloud held up to 100 times the level of radiation released after the Fukushima accident in Japan in 2011.
A huge lake of sizzling hot lava has been discovered in a volcano on a remote sub-Antarctic island in the South Atlantic Ocean.
A remote science station in Antarctica forced to close over the polar winter by a dangerous ice chasm is completely empty of human life.
The island is most famous today for its supposed links to the Druids, who were described by the Roman general Julius Caesar
The island of Anglesey, overlooking the Irish Sea, has been linked for centuries with ancient and magical mysteries. The island has been linked with the magical order of priests called the Druids.
The Stone Age may not have been "The Flintstones," but there were definitely caveman qualities to it.
The identity of a U.S. warplane pilot, missing in action for almost 75 years, has been revealed after a diving expedition to the wreck of his aircraft.
Now, three northern nations are vying to stake their claim to part of the Arctic seafloor, a region chock-full of fossil fuels that lies under thousands of miles of water and ice.
Doggerland once covered thousands of square miles between what is now the east coast of England and the European mainland.
The carved "jars of the dead" are scattered across miles of the rugged, tiger-haunted Xiangkhouang province.
The mysterious Plain of Jars is an archaeological site in central Laos that has thousands of stone vessels scattered across the ground.
A circular "core" of stone, drilled out of one of the giant Neolithic standing stones at Stonehenge in southwest England, has been returned after being taken as a souvenir more than 60 years ago.
The ancient stone circles around Stonehenge and Avebury in England may have all started with the commemoration of a single Neolithic house.
Archaeologists in Connecticut are investigating the site of a violent conflict between American colonists and Native Americans in the 17th century.