Thornbury Castle.

Thornbury Castle, Honeymoon Spot of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, On Sale for $10.3 million

The property boasts boasts 28 bedrooms, sprawling Tudor gardens and restaurant experience in the dungeons

Westgate Park's salt lake has once again turned cotton-candy pink.

Why Did This Australian Lake Turn Bright Pink?

Hot weather, scant rainfall and high salt levels have created a perfect storm for pinkness

A re-engraving of the best-known picture of Jane Austen, the "memoir portrait," based on a drawing by her sister Cassandra.

Researchers Float (Unlikely) Theory That Jane Austen Died of Arsenic Poisoning

A contested hypothesis says the author’s glasses may offer new insight into her death

A boy rides his bike by the recently discovered statue that may be of Pharaoh Ramses II, one of the Egypt's most famous ancient rulers.

Huge Statue of Egyptian Pharaoh Discovered in Cairo

It may be a likeness of Ramses II, ancient Egypt's most powerful ruler

No word on cats, though.

“Pink Noise” May Improve Sleep and Memory in Older Adults

A new study has found that sound stimulation at night can lull people into a deep sleep

Would these eyes deceive you? New study says yes.

Dogs Use Deception to Get Treats, Study Shows

When a human partner withheld tasty snacks, the dogs got sneaky

Portrait of Alexander Hamilton by John Trumbull, 1806

Collection of Alexander Hamilton’s Documents Can Now Be Viewed Online

Among them are Hamilton's first report as Secretary of Treasury, and a steamy love letter to his wife

California’s Bunny Museum Hops to a New Home

The previous location could not contain the museum’s 33,000 “artifacts”

A reconstruction from the 3,700-year-old remains of Ava, a woman unearthed in the Scottish Highlands

Pollens Found in Grave of Bronze Age Woman Paint Picture of Bygone Scotland

But do they shed light on the mystery of the woman’s death?

A Messerschmitt Bf 109. This is a Spanish-built version of the plane, licensed from Messerschmitt AG.

14-Year-Old Boy Discovers Remains of German Fighter Plane and Its Pilot

Daniel Rom Kristiansen was learning about WWII in school when he decided to look for a lost warplane

A portrait of Fanny Mendelssohn, by her husband Wilhelm Hensel.

Sonata by Fanny Mendelssohn, Mistakenly Attributed to Her Brother, Premieres Under Her Name

The Royal College of London performed the Easter Sonata in honor of International Women's Day

The beach at Naples, Florida.

Is This the Happiest Place in America?

For the second time in a row, Gallup-Healthways ranked this Florida city first for overall well-being

Grey Gardens in East Hampton, NY

Grey Gardens Estate Is on the Market for $20 Million

All feline tenants have been evicted

The Nights of Zayandeh-Rood

Censored Iranian Film Gets First Public Release, 27 Years After Its Debut

A mysterious plan to steal <i>The Nights of Zayandeh-rood</i> from government archives helped bring the film to a London theater

One of the longships built by students at Papdale Primary School.

Primary School Students in Scotland Gave Dead Goldfish a Viking Burial

Farewell, Bubbles and Freddy

Woolly mammoth restoration at the Royal British Columbia Museum, Victoria, British Columbia.

Genes of the Last Woolly Mammoths Were Riddled with Bad Mutations, Study Finds

Before they died out, they lost their sense of smell and suffered from heartburn

An African elephant in Tanzania.

African Elephants Sleep Just Two Hours Per Day, and Nobody Knows Why

That's less than any other animal on record

The bronze mirror found in the tomb of the Marquis of Haihun.

Oldest-Known Image of Confucius Found in Tomb of Disgraced Emperor

A hand-painted mirror, decorated with a painting of the philosopher, was discovered in the tomb of short-lived ruler Liu He

Egon Schiele’s “Woman Hiding Her Face” (1912)

Heirs of Holocaust Victim Invoke New Law in Suit Over Two Schiele Drawings

The family of Fritz Grunbaum claims the works were stolen by Nazis

Composite shot of Tidal Basin-area cherry blossoms in 2014.

Peak Bloom for This Year's Cherry Blossoms May Be Earliest On Record

The National Parks Service has predicted when everyone's favorite trees will reach peak bloom

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