People who have spotted the image - which has been shared on Reddit - are struggling to work out what the circle signifies. The viral image has been viewed more than 63,500 time on Imgur. People have been left baffled as they have been searching for something significant inside the red ring - not realising that the red ring is actually a hula hoop propped against the bed.
The mythological ape-like creature was allegedly spotted in Beulah, clearly walking on two legs as it is filmed walking through the trees and then appearing to jump over a branch and down a slope a few feet below.Many believe the figure's agility proves it cannot just be a human playing a prank in an ape suit.
Uber is currently testing a fleet of self-driving Ford Fusions in Pittsburgh for the first time. But witnesses have revealed that the self-driving Uber cars have been involved in accidents and disobeyed traffic signs in the two weeks since the pilot launched.
Move over James Bond: Pilot takes to the skies in Britain's first jetpack flight - and says you could own one in just three years
Pilot David Mayman flew his personal JB-10 JetPack (pictured) across the River Thames in London in a four minute flight as he and his colleagues announced plans to develop a commercial version. They have set up a company that hopes to develop an electric version of the jetpack, which they say will be available by 2019. The JB-10 features two turbo jet engines that run on aviation fuel. It can reach 60mph and can lift 350lbs.
A man has posted footage of what he says looks like a 'dead mermaid' washed up on a beach near Great Yarmouth in Norfolk. The images have since gone viral, with many people actually believing it is a mermaid, while others say it's a decomposing seal or a great Halloween prop with garbage bags used to create the 'tail'.
Panasonic reveals the 'invisible' TV: Prototype OLED screen turns into transparent glass when not in use
Panasonic has been working to make its transparent television completely invisible. The firm recently revealed a new version that uses an OLED screen instead of a LED, and now when the set is in transparent mode, it is completely undetectable. This suggests the firm is one step closer to rid the world of monstrosities that hang in our living rooms.
David Shale from Tusbury, in Devon (pictured bottom left), was able to capture images of the creatures whilst spending time on British research vessels all over the world, including European and US waters. The animals were placed in containers on the remotely operated vehicles before being brought back to the surface where Mr Shale could photograph them in his 'cold room'. Pictured clockwise from top left are: deep-sea cirrate octopod, pelagic hydrozoan medusa, Hydromedusa/Trachymedusa, Periphylla jellyfish, and hydromedusan jellyfish.
First images of UK's £31 BILLION Trident submarines revealed - and work will start on new nuclear deterrent tomorrow
Sir Michael Fallon told the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham the Government was committed to renewing Trident with work to start on new Successor submarines tomorrow. The Defence Secretary will personally cut steel on the first of the new vehicles in Barrow tomorrow. The new fleet will replace the four Vanguard-class submarines currently in operation that were introduced in 1993 with an intended service life of 25 years.
The perfect pet? Hasbro unveils robot puppy that responds to scratches and can even recognises its owners voice
Dogs have been found to ease loneliness among the elderly, but the responsibility of caring for a pet can be too demanding for some. Now, Hasbro's Joy For All brand has released the Companion Pet Pup that offers companionship without the necessary care. This robotic golden retriever has realistic fur, BarkBack technology, built-in sensors that recognize human touch and is available for $119.
Can YOU see the hidden objects? Fiendish dot test that conceals drawings inside coloured circles leaves the web stumped
The trend for baffling brainteasers shows no sign of abating and a new puzzle now puts your eyesight to the test. So can you see what's hidden inside each coloured circle? People have had different results after taking the test with some finding certain pictures impossible to see, while for others they're a cinch. So can you see what's inside each coloured circle?
The real Lord of the Rings: Jewellery from 3,500-year-old warrior's tomb could give insights into the origins of Greek civilisation
Dr Sharon Stocker and her husband Professor Jack Davis stumbled upon the remarkably undisturbed grave while digging near Pylos, an ancient city on the southwest coast of Greece. Among the findings were rings (picture top left), necklaces (pictured top middle), combs (pictured bottom left), and several beads (pictured centre). The grave and its bounty sheds light on the dawn of the Mycenaean civilisation, a transformative period in the Bronze Age.
A team at Stanford University has tested inflatable helmets (pictured right) to measure the level of protection they provide compared to standard foam helmets worn by cyclists. The researchers have found the airbags can be up to six times better at cushioning impacts. Inflatable cycle helmets are worn folded inside a collar around the neck (pictured bottom left) and algorithms then detect a crash, deploying the airbag around the wearer's head (pictured top left).
From VR-controlled droids to cyborg cheerleaders: Robots take over the show at Asia's biggest tech fair
The annual CEATEC show at the Makuhari Messe near convention centre near Tokyo is a showcase for Asia's biggest technology and auto firms including Hitachi and Toyota. The inventor of the 'Caiba' droid (pictured, bottom left) hopes his robot, which is controlled by a human wearing a virtual reality handset and mechanical arms, will act as an alternative to the artificial intelligence (AI) currently being developed by major technology firms. Clockwise from top left: a voice-controlled robot from Sharp,Japanese firm Murata's cheerleader robots and Developer Katsumori Sakakibara's remote-controlled Caiba robot.
EXCLUSIVE: 'We kill bad guys and blow up their stuff' - on board the USS Eisenhower as its Top Guns blast ISIS with bombing missions around the clock
DailyMail.com had exclusive access to the US aircraft carrier whose pilots are flying missions over Iraq and Syria to bring death to the fundamentalist Islamic terror group. Its squadrons of F-18 Hornets and F/A-18 Super Hornets (top, center) blast off from the flight deck at 200mph around the clock, powered by their afterburners to take to the sky. They then head for the air above Syria and Iraq where, their commander told DailyMail.com, their mission is succeeding. Of ISIS, he said: 'They will be destroyed.' On board more than 7,000 crew and aircrew work to keep the nuclear-powered supercarrier moving and its planes in the air, some working in a furnace of heat on the flight deck where temperatures reach 145F and the roar of jets makes hearing impossible. The mission began in July and has already seen more than 1,000 combat flights. 'Top Gun' JT Anderson, the most senior pilot, said: 'The people we are fighting are truly barbaric. We know how important the task is.'
Alien hunters spot mysterious glowing orb on International Space Station livestream before NASA cuts the camera feed
The blue tadpole-shaped illumination, which was caught on the NASA livestream filmed from the International Space Station in the Earth's inner orbit, was seen flying close to the camera before it cut off. Stills from the footage, (left, right, inset) taken on September 30, show the peculiar light gleaming in the darkness of the atmosphere. The prolific UFO hunter who uploaded the video onto YouTube insisted the light was not caused by the reflection of the sun on the camera lens.
That's really cool: Facebook gives rare glimpse inside its gigantic Luleå server farm just 70 miles from the Arctic circle
The main building is the size of six football fields, and is so big that engineers move around on scooters (main image).Giant fans (top left) pull in cold air to cool the vast racks of servers (top right). To protect the sensitive data, once they are obsolete, hard drives are destroyed (bottom left). The center opened in 2013, and was Facebook's first outside the US. It is located deep in the forests of northern Sweden.