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Weird snow phenomenon

Snow rollers are very rare meteorological phenomenon. Snowy weather this unusual phenomenon is obtained when the snow with wind shapes the snow roller. So naturally formed snow pack look. Cylindrical in shape, and are often hollow, similar to when children make snowman and rolling balls of snow. The inner layer, which is formed during the first snow of this phenomenon ... Read More »

Amazing pictures of people just a few feet from the boiling hot lava

Volcano is a geological form (usually mountains, but there are underwater volcanoes) where magma, pyroclastic materials and various gases and vapors coming to the surface of the Earth or another celestial body. On Earth, volcanoes often occur at the boundaries of tectonic plates, there are no volcanoes and bodies that do not have plate tectonics (Venus, Io) The name “volcano” ... Read More »

Heaviest pumpkin in the world 2000 pounds

Organizers¬†agriculture Fair (Fair pumpkin) in Topsfield, Massachusetts claim that one farmer in Rhode Island set a new world record for the largest pumpkin in the world for this year 2012 … As organizers claim this agricultural fair pumpkin weighs more than a ton! [B] Owner hardest pumpkin in the world for this year 2012 is Ron Wallace and his pumpkin ... Read More »

Animals glow in the dark

When the sun goes down and darkness falls, some animals wake up and get out of their hiding places. Some of them use the amazing ways that leave the light is on. The scientific term for this is bioluminescence – or the production and broadcasting of light by a living organism. Bioluminescence is the production and emission of light by ... Read More »

10 Unknown Destinations

Sometimes, great places on Earth remain unvisited because of lack of publicity, unawareness or maybe just people’s ignorance.¬† That’s why a great vacation involves careful planning and documentation. Here are 10 great destinations which that are part of the UNESCO patrimony: The Goree Island, Senegal Once great center of slave trading on the African coast, this island which is not ... Read More »

Stunning Jellyfish Pictures

Jellyfish (also known as jellies or sea jellies) are free-swimming members of the phylum Cnidaria. They have several different morphologies that represent several different cnidarian classes including the Scyphozoa (over 200 species), Staurozoa (about 50 species), Cubozoa (about 20 species), and Hydrozoa (about 1000-1500 species that make jellyfish and many more that do not). The jellyfish in these groups are ... Read More »

What Google Street View car records in the streets

However much you travel the world, you will be hard-pressed to see as much of it as the combined forces of Google’s Street View fleet. The search firm’s employees have so far trawled more than five million miles across the planet, with a tripod-mounted camera capturing a 360 of its environment as the driver keeps his eyes on the road. ... Read More »

Biggest Spider Crabs in the World

The Giant Japanese Spider King Crab Legs has dubbed Crabs Kong by staff in the UK aquarium, after being recognized as the largest in captivity. The monster from the deep – which measures 3m across and weighs 15kg – was originally caught in Japan fishermen working in Suraga Bay, southwest of Tokyo. However, rather than sell it to a local ... Read More »

Funny and artistic watermelon

It is time for watermelon, is now the best quality. In addition to being updated, this vegetable has a very favorable impact on health. And of course, two weeks ago, scientists have confirmed that they can be used instead of "Viagra" ... Read More »

Extreme Road

In the Chinese province of Hunan, there is an extremely tortuous path, which is also called the Way to Heaven. It begins 200 feet below sea level, in Dajong and ends at a dizzying 1300 meters above sea level, climbing up the mountain Tianmen. Read More »

Rescue baby koalas

The two baby koalas were found in the purse of the deceased mother hit by a car. Driver of the car immediately after the accident took 2 babies in the first inspection. Read More »