Crocosaurus Cove: The Cage of Death

Crocosaurus Cove: The Cage of Death Darwin, Australia

The city of Darwin is the home to the most amazing and renowned reptiles of Australia. The Mitchell Street, located in the heart of Darwin is famous for its reptile park named, “Crocosaurus Cove”; it is one such tourist attraction that can give a closer view of Australia’s saltwater crocodiles. Crocosaurus Cove is known to have... View Article

Polycephaly More Than One Head — Multi-Headed Animals

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Byzantine Eagle of Relief from buildings of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople.

Condition of having more than one head is know as Polycephaly. This term is derived from Greek language where poly means ‘Much’ and kephali, ‘Head’. In medical sciences all these conditions are congenital cephalic disorders. Many occurrences of multi-headed animals have been found in real life as well as in mythology. The double-headed eagle is a common symbol found in historical studies even... View Article

Glowing Firefly Squids — Blue Blobs of Japan

Glowing Firefly Squid of Japan - The Blue Glowing Blob

This image recently went viral on all over the social media and image sharing websites including Reddit, Pinterest, Stumble and a few others. These glowing blue creatures are actually known as Glowing Firefly Squids and considered to be the most beautiful creature of marine life on earth. The scientific name of Firefly Squid is Watasenia Scintillans,... View Article

The Most Typical Person In The World

Worlds Most Typical Person is a male, right-handed and of Chinese descent

Remember the day population record broke 7 billion? it is not too long ago. National Geographic at that time revealed what are the most common traits of the most common, typical person in the world. The most common person in the world right now is a male, right handed person of Chinese descent as per the... View Article

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Greek Newspaper Estia Kept Publishing Its Issues Inside Out For Years

Estia newspaper, named after the goddess Hestia, is published daily in Athens, Greece. It was founded in 1876 by Adonis Kyrou I as a weekly publication and it remained as a literacy magazine until 1894 the well-known poet and journalist Georgios Drosinis transform it into a daily newspaper about politics, culture and finance. Estia is the only daily newspaper written in katharevousa, a purist and archaic... View Article