Man passing two snakes across his nostrils

Life-like Human

A boy staring somewhere... A beard man having fear in his eyes! But think Why Are They Here??? Because these are not real human. These are infact Human Sculptures. Unbelievable! See below...

These were created by an artist named Ron Mueck.

Egg City!

Can you make an egg stand on the other length-wise? No!! But this Man could!Not a single egg! But he had made a complete city out of it. Unbelievable? Believe it..!

World's Largest INDOOR BEACH

The Ocean Dome, the World’s Largest Indoor beach, Kyushu Island, Japan (about 1,500 kilometers south of Tokyo) — 300 meters in length and 100 meters in width, with a height of 38 meters, it can accommodate 10,000 people. Outside View(Closed)Outside View(Open) Inside View(Open) Designed by the Mitsubishi Heavy Industrial Group and opened in July 1993 at a cost of 200 billion yen ($2 billion), the pool has yet to turn over profits, despite catering to daily throngs of tourists. Internal View(Closed) A heated ocean with a width of 140 meters sends 13,500 tons of salt-free water sweeping across 600 tons of polished marble chips that constitute a 85-metre long shoreline, ringed by a three-story promenade of shops. Every fifteen minutes, the volcano smokes to life. Every hour, on the hour, it spews fake flames.

The real EGG-HEAD Boy

Petero Byakatonda, a 13-year-old boy from a remote village in Uganda, suffers from a genetic disorder called Crouzon’s syndrome. The illness affects around one in 10,000 newborns and is normally treated within a few months of birth. But because of Petero’s isolation, he was diagnosed only recently, and it is incredible that he is still alive. All his life, Petero’s misshapen head and bulging eyes have meant that he has been feared and tormented by other children in his village. “They used to bully me all the time,” he says. His mother, Dorothea, explains that kids used to throw stones at Petero every time he walked to the well. He was treated like a person at home but an animal everywhere else. Now, however, a Dallas-based surgical team offers hope. After Surgery: Two months after his first operation, the change in Petero is hard to believe. His head now looks normal, but perhaps the most amazing transformation is in his personality. Whereas he used to be a shy, reclusive boy, ashamed to show his face in public, he is now playful, excited and outgoing.

Cow's love for Music

Cows actually produces more milk if they listens to music. They're quite picky though, only relaxing music will work particularly Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony and Simon & Garfunkel's Bridge over troubled water. NOTE: This Photo is not real its just for imagination! Researchers found cattle that were exposed slow music for 12 hours a day, from 5am to 5pm, over the course of nine weeks, each cow's milk yield rose by 3% (0.73 liters or 1.54 pints) a day when slow music, rather than fast music, was played. Some farmers already playing music to chickens, as there is anecdotal evidence that it reduces stress. By the way, if you're not into slow-mo music, you might want to take up a lesson or two from them. That's because termites would chew through wood twice their usual speed if Rock music are played. Source : BBC News But I don't think Humans may have the same effect as Humans & Animals are very different from each other,psycologically. Have you ever heard a Music listening Woman's baby is more healthy than the other???

Dog with only TWO LEGS

Faith, a bipedal female dog, was born to a mother dog, believed to be nearly full blooded chow in December of 2002 with only three legs; two fully-developed hind legs and a deformed front leg, which was amputated soon after birth.Faith was weak, small, and mostly she was nearly dead. Jude Stringfellow's son, Reuben rescued Faith out from under Faith's mum and smuggled her under his jersey. He wore #63 for the Putnam City Pirates football team. Using a spoon with peanut butter as an incentive, Jude from Oklahoma City, U.S taught Faith to hop and later walk on her two hind legs, and the family's corgi would bark at Faith from another room, or nip her heels to urge her to walk. Part of her therapy included being put on a skateboard to experience movement. Over six months the family taught her to stand, hop and eventually walk and run on her two back legs. Here is the Video you can ENJOY!

World's most Expensive Needle

Who would have ever thought that a single needle would fetch a jaw breaking price of up to $300,000. Willard Wigan is one of the few in the world that made it happen.A closer look at the eye of the needle with a microscope revealed that this is not any ordinary needle. There's a miniature sculpture of Snow White and the seven dwarfs, all fitted inside the pin head and including a witch nearby. Without the microscope, it looks nothing more than a speck of dust wedged in the eye of the needle. This speck, though, took more than three months to make it. Other works by Wigan include a miniature model of Auguste Rodin's The Thinker - fitted on a pin head - and a model of The Last Supper, complete with 12 disciples. His tiniest piece up to date is a Scottish terrier standing on the point of an acupuncture needle; while his next project is to create a Little Red Riding Hood so small she could be gobbled up not just by a wolf but by a flea. Wigan's ultimate ambition as he told is that one day, he's going to do the Queen in her Coronation Coach with all the horses, too.

Duck with FOUR LEGS

A rare mutation has left the ugly duckling named Stumpy, with an extra two legs behind the two he runs about on.The creature would not survive in the wild, but owner Nicky Janaway who runs the farm in the Hampshire, UK, said "We will make sure he's OK and hopefully he will carry on running around and using the extra two legs as stabilisers." Stumpy's condition has earned him fame, he made the headlines and made television appearances across the globe after his birth and an online blog has been ensuring fans can follow his every move.

World's most TILTED building

A German church steeple has knocked the leaning tower of Pisa from the Guinness Book of Records as the world's most tilted building. The tower in the village of Suurhusen applied in June for the title and has now officially beaten the famous landmark in Pisa.Guinness Book of Records confirmed the award after officials measured it leaning at a 5.19degree angle compared to only 3.97 degree angle at which the tower of Pisa leans.

Seagull Steals Doritos