Meet the Weirdest Dolphin in the Ocean: The Spinner Dolphin

Justin Gregg | Posted 15.11.2016 | UK
Justin Gregg

Male spinner dolphins also have odd-looking upturned or curled tail flukes. This might be yet another anatomical oddity that is meant to attract the ladies. Or it might help them swim faster. Nobody knows. Bottom line: adult male spinner dolphins look like they've been crafted out of playdough by a toddler who has no idea what a dolphin should look like.

Take The Ultimate Tube Quiz - How Well Do You Know The London Underground?

The Huffington Post UK | Ryan Barrell | Posted 27.05.2015 | UK Comedy

If you spend 15-30 hours of your life commuting through London every week, you probably think you know the Tube inside out. But do you really? Our com...

10 Things You Always Wanted to Know About Tennis But Were Afraid to Ask

Zahra Razavi | Posted 19.07.2013 | UK Sport
Zahra Razavi

From grunts to scoring systems, tennis is a sport that's full of unusual quirks and strange traditions. Read on as we answer ten unusual questions about the history, the rules, and the culture of tennis.

IMDB Top Trumps

Paul Flannery | Posted 20.04.2013 | UK Entertainment
Paul Flannery

If you are anything like the actors I live with however, you'll just get drunk and play a massive game of Hollywood top trumps!

Ask a Silly Question

John Rentoul | Posted 03.02.2013 | Home
John Rentoul

One of my early favourites was "Is the Turin Shroud Genuine After All?" a lovely question in the Mail on Sunday in April 2009, especially for that highly-collectable "After All" at the end, which brilliantly implies that the Mail on Sunday knows perfectly well that the shroud is a fake, but that some startling new evidence has come to light that suggests that the fruitcakes had been right "all along".