Latest Cannibalism Stories
The pipefish, which is related to the seahorse, has an unusual way of organizing childcare.
HOMER, N.Y., Dec. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Recorded history has been debatable; accounts depended on who wrote it and their motives. In his fact-based historical fiction novel, "Shadows of the San Juans" (published by iUniverse), author William J.
Archaeologists have unearthed what appears to be evidence of mass cannibalism at a 7,000-year-old site in southwest Germany.
Researchers said on Wednesday that villagers in the highlands of Papua New Guinea who ritualistically ate human brains but did not die of a brain disease called kuru have a genetic mutation that protects them.
University of Alberta researcher Phil Bell has found 70 million year old evidence of dinosaur cannibalism.
A 2006 movie loosely based on the real story of convicted killer and cannibal Armin Meiwes can be released in German theaters, a court in Karlsruhe ruled. The film, starring Thomas Kretschmann and Keri Russell, was released internationally under the title Grimm Love, but was banned in Germany after
Spanish researchers said Friday that female spiders who consume their male suitors produce stronger, larger and more numerous offspring than spiders with more mundane diets.
Hollywood actress Jessica Alba is seen wearing a menacing-looking mask over her mouth in a new ad encouraging young people to express themselves by voting.
Female spiders are voracious predators and consume a wide range of prey, which sometimes includes their mates. A number of hypotheses have been proposed for why females eat males before or after mating.
Russell Mulcahy has signed on to direct the action film "Give 'em Hell, Malone," starring Thomas Jane as the title character and Ving Rhames as his rival, "Boulder." Malone, tough private eye, takes a job retrieving a case containing a mysterious secret.
The Wendigo is a legendary demonic creature or spirit from the Algonquian people of the Atlantic coast, and the Great Lakes region of the United States and Canada. It is said the Wendigo could either posses humans or be a human that has been transformed into a creature. One of its traits is that of cannibalism. The Algonquian people believed that the eating of human flesh would put the person at risk of becoming a Wendigo. There is a modern medical term known as Wendigo Psychosis, which...
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.