The little snake charmer……………. that eats, drink and sleep with king cobra snake
This little charmer calls these King Cobras her best friends – even though she has survived three venom-filled bites from them.
Villagers in Ghatampur, Uttar Pradesh, India, run in fear when they see eight-year-old Kajol Khan wandering the dusty streets with her deadly friends wrapped around her neck.
She said: ‘I have a lot of fun with the cobras. It hurts when they bite me but sometimes it’s my own fault because I tease them. It’s quite funny.
Kajol’s father, Taj Mohammad, 55, has worked as Ghatampur’s snake catcher for the past 45 years.
He has already passed on his skills to his son Gulab, 28. But now it seems Kajol, the youngest nine, is keen to join the family business.
‘I don’t like school,’ she said. ‘I much prefer working with the snakes.
Her bond with the creatures – which stems from crawling around them as a baby – now means they are her favourite companions.
Since her friendship with the killers began she has been bitten on her stomach, her cheeks and most recently her arm. She was seriously ill but made a full recovery.
It hurts when they bite me but they don’t mean it,’ she said. ‘I get a little frightened when I see the blood but my father sorts me out. He rushes into the forest and comes back with the medicine.
Diamond Covered Mercedes of Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal : World’s Expensive car
Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal was born on 7 March 1955.He is a member of the royal family and he is the nephew of the Saudi Arabian King Abdullah. He is an entrepreneur and an international investor which leads him to be a real estate and the stock market.
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal is no stranger to the finer things in life. His free-spending attitude is easily seen in his garage, where he always buys a duplicate of every one of his vehicles for his guards. Two Infiniti FX45s, two Hummer H1s and two Volvo XC90s all take up residency inside the Princes lavish garage.
Amazing Smoking Machines
Don’t look so surprise…. these is just few of the world inventions we discover.
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Amazing Living Statues Around The World
The term living statue refers to a street artist who poses like a statue or mannequin, usually with realistic statue-like makeup, sometimes for hours at a time. Living statue performers can fool passersby and a number of hidden camera shows on television have used living statues to startle people. As with all performing arts, living statue performers may perform as buskers.
Floating Movie Theater in Thailand : Archipelago Cinema
Archipelago Cinema, an auditorium raft designed to float on the sea, premiered at the inaugural edition of the Film on the Rocks Yao Noi Festival, curated by Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Tilda Swinton. The Festival, which took place from 9th-12th March 2012, is set to become an annual meeting place for art and film.
The final night of the first edition of Film on the Rocks Yao Noi took place on Archipelago Cinema, designed by German-born and Beijing-based architect Ole Scheeren. Guests were taken by boat through the darkness of the sea to arrive on a glowing raft in the middle of the quiet waters of Nai Pi Lae lagoon on Kudu Island. Surrounded by a dramatic landscape of towering rocks emerging from the ocean, the audience experienced an atmospheric convergence of nature and cinematic narratives – primordial notions of light, sound and stories suspended in the darkness between sea and sky.
The thought of watching films here seemed surprising“ said Ole Scheeren. „A screen, nestled somewhere between the rocks. And the audience… floating… hovering above the sea, somewhere in the middle of this incredible space of the lagoon, focused on the moving images across the water: A sense of temporality, randomness, almost like driftwood. Or maybe something more architectural: Modular pieces, loosely assembled, like a group of little islands that congregate to form an auditorium.
The Biggest/Largest Swimming Pool of the World – South American resort of San Alfonso del Mar in Chile
The Biggest Fish Ever : Giant Oarfish found in Southern California
A MARINE science instructor snorkelling off California couldn’t believe her eyes when she saw the silvery carcass of a 5-metre-long, serpent-like oarfish.
Jasmine Santana of the Catalina Island Marine Institute needed more than 15 helpers to drag the giant sea creature to shore on Sunday.
Staffers at the institute are calling it the discovery of a lifetime.
“We’ve never seen a fish this big,” said Mark Waddington, senior captain of the Tole Mour, CIMI’s sail training ship. “The last oarfish we saw was three feet long.”
Because oarfish dive more than 914 metres deep, sightings of the creatures are rare and they are largely unstudied, according to CIMI.
The obscure fish apparently died of natural causes. Tissue samples and video footage were sent to be studied by biologists at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Technology Illustrated Footwear Designs
Amazing footwear designs which are created with the theme of technology.
The Manchineel – World’s Most Poisonous & Dangerous Tree
The manchineel tree, Hippomane mancinella, is a species of flowering plant in the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae), and the only species in the monotypic genus Hippomane. Manchineel is native to Florida in the United States, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, Central America, and northern South America.
The name “manchineel” (sometimes written “manchioneel”) as well as the specific epithet mancinella is from Spanish manzanilla (“little apple”), from the superficial resemblance of its fruit and leaves to those of an apple tree. A present-day Spanish name is in fact manzanilla de la muerte, “little apple of death”. This refers to the fact that manchineel is one of the most poisonous trees in the world.
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