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Ocean kyanite from the Hart’s Range in Central Desert Region, Northern Territory, Australia. Photo by Skyward Eye.

CLAUSTROPHOBIA TRIGGER WARNING – There is a small hole in Australia that has killed 16 people.

America still has plenty of bizarre and unnerving mysteries in its past waiting for a solution. And so does Canada. Now, it is time to explore the history of Australia and find out what peculiar skeletons still hide in its closet…

A Rainbow Bee-eater (aka Merops ornatus) in Australia by photographer Jed Delmiguez.

A Superb Fairywren (aka Malurus cyaneus) in Australia, by Roger Fance Photography.

The boys at How Ridiculous took some giant inflatable novelty rafts out to sea and caught a bunch of fish.

The old Helensburgh railway station in Australia by Midnight Photography.

The boys at How Ridiculous had a 220-pound “Thor’s Hammer” forged, and aim to find out if it can smash a diamond.

The boys at How Ridiculous have gotten a fresh assortment of things to drop on the world’s strongest trampoline: a variety of very large tires, plus a wee golf cart and its toy companion! Yea, gravity!

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert welcomes Coyote Peterson, star of “Coyote Peterson: Brave the Wild,” draws attention to the plight of the wildlife in Australia by introducing our host to a wallaby, a sugar glider and a kangaroo. For information on how you can help support the wildlife of Australia in the aftermath of devastating wildfires, visit http://www.colbertlateshow.com/australia.

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