There are 26 off the beaten path places tagged science puzzles:

The mystery of Ha'amonga 'a Maui Trilithon in Tonga

Ha'amonga 'a Maui Trilithon is a mysterious massive gate. No one knows what its purpose was and how it ended up on the Tongatapu island. The locals believe it was the throne of Tuitatui god.

The underwater Bimini road

Discovered underwater in 1968, Bimini road in Bahamas was considered remains of Atlantis. The age of slabs of stone the road was made of was, indeed, about 14,000 years old. Speculations continue,…

The unresolved mystery of Mozart's skull

The International Mozarteum Foundation in Salzburg, Austria, is said to hold Mozart's skull. Supposedly, the skull was retrieved by one of the gravediggers 10 years after the burial. It has been 224…
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The beehive tombs of Bat Necropolis, Oman

The Bat necropolis in Oman has not been fully excavated yet, and little is known about the culture that constructed it, however, this is the largest found necropolis from 3BC.

Walumbe pits of death in Uganda

Walumbe, or Tanda pits' origin and purpose remains unknown - according to the legend, this is where the bringer of suffering and disease was hiding from his brother, who tried to bring him back to…

The mysterious virus-spreading Kitum Cave

Kitum cave was full of mysteries since the old days - first thought to be the place of the ancient Egyptian mining, then a place of mysterious animal disappearances, and now an evil virus spreader.

The moving coffins of Barbados

The mystery of the Chase vault and its moving coffins still remains unsolved and is of interest of many paranormal experts.

Life in the deadly waters of Laguna del Diamante

The fact that life can thrive in deadly waters of the beautiful Laguna del Diamante is a true wonder of the nature, which could give clues about the development of the early life on Earth.

Trovants - the living rocks of Romania

Trovants of Costesti might as well be an unknown inorganic form of life - these rocks grow when exposed to water, and multiply similarly to an unicellular organism.
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