Poison dart frogs

Choco people of western Colombia use the poison of dart frogs to for hunting. The Choco use waxy leaves to pick up the frogs and dip their blow darts in the frogs’ skin secretions. Read More

Crabs everywhere

Christmas Island red crabs are migrating annually to the sea to lay their eggs in the ocean. Although they are restricted to a small area, an estimated 43.7 million adult red crabs are living on the island. Read More

Heaven on earth

Plitvice Lakes National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage in Croatia. This park is world-famous for its lakes arranged in cascades. It is possible to see more than 90 waterfalls and 16 natural lakes with in the park. Read More

Fear of happiness

Cherophobia or fear of happiness, is a belief that when one becomes happy, a negative event will soon occur which will taint that happiness. This belief is more prevalent in Eastern cultures. Read More

Starving Child and Vulture

The Starving Child and Vulture is a world famous photo taken by Kevin Carter during 1993 famine in Sudan. He won the Pulitzer Prize for this photo, but he committed suicide next year because of guilty feeling about the incident and depression. Read More

Largest mirror on the planet

The Salar de Uyuni is a largest salt flat land in southwest Bolivia. Every year, this amazing 10,582 kilometers wonderland covers with a thin layer of water and turns into the largest mirror on the planet. This is a favorite tourist destination from May to November every year. Read More

Pink Lake

Lake Spencer is a seasonal pink color salt lake in Western Australia. The color of this lake is caused by the green alga Dunaliella salina and Halobacterium cutirubrum. But this pink color is not appeared with in last 10 years due to unknown reasons. Read More

Brazil legend Pele

Brazil legend Pele is considered by many as the greatest football player of all time. At 17 years of age, he became the youngest ever winner of a World Cup. He also scored twice in the final against home side Sweden. Not only that he was a member of world champion Brazil national football team Read More

Untouched by modern civilization

North Sentinel Island is home to the Sentinelese who, often violently, reject any contact with the outside world, and are among the last tribes remain virtually untouched by modern civilisation. Read More

Trees growing on abandoned ship

This is a beautiful creation of nature on an abandoned ship. The SS City of Adelaide was a passenger steam ship launched in 1863 which has later become an artificial island. It is hosting a variety of plant and bird life approximately 300m off the shore of Cockle Bay, Australia. Read More

Country which has most number of islands in the world

Sweden is the country which has largest number of islands in the world. It has an estimated total of 221,800 islands. Even the capital of the country, Stockholm, is an archipelago of fourteen islands. Read More

The richest country in the world per capita

Qatar is a small Middle Eastern country which has the population of 2.27 million, giving it a total GDP of $124,930 per person and making it the richest country in world as of 2017 according to the IMF. Read More

Highest waterfall in the world

Angel Falls in Venezuela is the highest waterfall in the world. The falls are 979 metres in height, with an uninterrupted drop of 807 metres. The waterfall drops over the edge of the Auyan-tepui mountain in the Canaima National Park. Read More

Ronaldo vs Messi

Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are the most famous current soccer players on the earth. Football fans are mainly divided in between these 2 players. This is a small comparison about these 2 players related to their sports achievements. Based on these statistics you can decide who is the best.   Ronaldo Messi Full Name Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro Lionel Andrés Messi Read More

Largest vegetarian friendly country

India is the country with the largest number of vegetarians in the world. It is because of religious beliefs or personal choices or both, around 20-40% of Indians are vegetarians. Read More

Machu Picchu

More than 7,000 feet above sea level in the Andes Mountains, Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru. A symbol of the Incan Empire and built around 1450AD, Machu Picchu was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Read More

Human Skeleton

The human skeleton is the internal framework of the body. It is composed of around 270 bones at birth, this total decreases to around 206 bones by adulthood after some bones get fused together. Read More

No surrender

Hiroo Onoda is a Japanese war hero, who fight and survive in Philippine jungles for 30 years (1944-1974). He believed that 2nd world war is being continued and refused to surrender until his senior army officer and the Japan government ordered him. When he returned to Japan 1974, he wrote the famous book “No surrender” Read More

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