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A screaming goat, cute pooches and a screen-accurate Stormtrooper welcome lost web surfers to some of the internet's most magnificent 404-not-found pages. Behold them here.
Here's how a supercheap music video for a British rock group predicted the lip-synching, bedroom-vlogging, selfie-taking future.
Forget mass production, these candles were handmade by the company's digital marketing manager.
The small chunk of amber contains the first dinosaur remains found preserved in amber, and is the first clear association between dinosaurs and well-preserved feathers.
No, the toy company didn't make a watering hole for kids, but it's a pretty well-done hoax photo.
DNA from a mummy buried under a church indicates the contagious and sometimes fatal disease may have struck much later than previously thought.
All it takes is a couple of weird, water-powered jetpacks and a whole lot of duct tape to be well on your way to joining the Rebellion.
Think the low-clearance warning signs on an infamous North Carolina bridge don't apply to you? If you're wrong, the world may be watching you on video.
Watch this adorable animated video of our favorite "Guardians of the Galaxy" duo as they fool the Collector in a daring rescue.
Rare promo photos surface online of Sigourney Weaver as Ellen Ripley posing with her beloved tomcat.
A kangaroo puts a dog in a headlock. A man rushes in to help and punches the 'roo in the face. The whole thing is caught on video. Cue internet meltdown.
Our furry and feathered friends aren't always friendly. Sometimes they steal cameras, kick each other in the face or crawl up refrigerators while eating mice.
Today's biggest tech stories include a report detailing an all-screen front on the Galaxy S8, Microsoft's plan for LinkedIn and Spotify's decision to walk from a SoundCloud acquisition.