North Sentinel Island, a western outlier in the Andaman archipelago, which belongs to India and stretches in a ragged line between Burma and Sumatra. The Indian government was forced to deny reports in the Hong Kong media which referred to the Sentinelese as "cannibals" while Hong Kong officials cracked jokes about Captain Liu having "gone bananas."
Footage of the tribes people taken during friendly contact with a group of visiting Indian anthropologists in 1991 shows some members carrying metal tools for the first time.
It is believed the tools were forged from metal scavenged from The Primrose, which remains in its resting place atop a coral reef near the island.
A US missionary was killed by Sentinelese tribespeople after several uninvited trips to the island as part of a mission to convert the clan to Christianity.
Indian authorities say John Chau died of a bow and arrow attack but have no plans to lay charges over his murder.
A phenomenon spotted in Sudan is what looks like the formation of strange human lips in the desert. The lip’s area is a redder color of sand than the rest of the desert and their outline is made up of black rocks. In reality, it’s just a hill formation.