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Friday, July 31, 2009

Real life Spiderman

Real life Spider operate valiantly from 30ft in the field of the air

Real-life Spider operate Jyothi Raj seems to come about glued to the fortification with his amazing aptitude to stick to a vertical outward upside down.

The earlier construction member of staff is normally compared to the comic book superhero by tourists to India's Chitradurga Fort, anywhere he repeatedly performs.

Real life Spider operate valiantly from 30ft in the field of the air Nix sign of a safety harness: Jyothi Raj, 22, dangles himself by the side of a 90-degree slant from the Chitradurga Fort

Real life Spider operate valiantly from 30ft in the field of the air The strength it duty take in favor of Jyothi to connect himself in the field of take is mind-boggling in the role of tourists look on Jyothi, 22, who lives in the field of the south state of Karnataka, naked his incredible climbing aptitude four years in the past while scaling wicker scaffolding widely used in the field of the sub-continent.

He claimed he feels nix phobia in the role of he reaches heights of up to 300ft devoid of using a harness.

Jyoti's dazzling suppleness, which he qualified himself in the same way as watching monkeys climb trees, has been enhanced in the same way as watching stunts from his favourite films.

Real life Spider operate valiantly from 30ft in the field of the air Look, nix hands: Jyothi dangles upside down beyond a congregate of impressed schoolchildren Jyothi claimed his aptitude to place his hands and feet exactly anywhere they be supposed to die shows he was born to climb

He even copies a little of Spider Man's superlative moves, execution upside down and jutting shown by the side of a 90-degree slant to gasps of amazement from the crowd less.

Jyothi claimed he has has never used safety equipment in his climbing, preferring to hone the climbing skills he residential on the infamously perilous building sites of India.

'I naked my aptitude to climb in the field of this method working on the wicker scaffolding whilst I on track in the role of a construction member of staff,' he thought.
'I could climb at an incredible rate without fear.
Real life Spider operate valiantly from 30ft in the field of the air

Jyothi resembles a spider in the role of he scurries down the aspect of the fort - to the amazement of single tourist

'I began to climb in favor of fun by the side of the weekends and came to the famous fort at this point by the side of Chitradurga to entertain the crowds, especially on Sundays.

'I go for to go to see their faces whilst I take myself upside down and hear them holding their breath in favor of my safety.'

Having climbed the walls and shock faces in the field of and around the fort byzantine, Jyothi is burning to test himself and turn out to be recognised in the role of the world's superlative creeping plant.

'These climbs die up to 300ft. They are physically hard and perilous, but I yearn for to move on and climb buildings and mountains,' he thought.

'I yearn for to come about like Alain Robert (the famous French free-climber) and establish my climbing aptitude to the humanity.'

Convinced so as to his climbing aptitude is a gift from the gods, Jyothi thought in the field of four years he has in no way had an accident.

'My aptitude to go to see the traction so as to others can't is verification to me so as to I was born to climb,' he thought.

'My strength and pass rate are the tools so as to backdrop me apart from other climbers.'

Jyothi trains each sunlight hours to recuperate his greater body strength and uses yoga to keep in good condition his flexibility.

He has turn out to be a fixture by the side of Chitradurga and straight away teaches others how to climb.

'I allow a little helpful contacts who I climb with on a regular basis,' he thought. 'They of run make use of safety harnesses, they make not allow my aptitude to move fast before grasp the shock aspect.

'They are my superlative contacts so I would in no way assent to them disc me. It is too perilous.'

Unmarried, Jyothi thought so as to his kind are tolerant of his climbing, believing so as to he is in the field of gorged control by the side of all time.

Thursday, July 30, 2009

World’s Ugliest Animals

Close Encounter: A Bug’s Face
World’s Ugliest Animals

Aren’t you glad nobody puts your face under a microscope? The Dobsonfly was featured in the Oklahoma Microscopy Society’s “Ugly Bug Contest.” The picture submitted into the contest was processed using a scanning electron microscope, which magnifies the bug 10 to 500 times their original size, revealing the true features of the bug. Sometimes the truth is best left untold.

Fine Cuisine
World’s Ugliest Animals
So what if the monkfish has an extremely large tooth-filled mouth, a peculiar flattened body, and loose, slimy skin? Millions of people in Europe, Japan, and in the United States love to consume this large, ugly, bottom-dwelling fish. Just don’t look before you dine.

A Face Only a Mother Could Love
World’s Ugliest Animals

The Warthog definitely has ugly potential. These unusual pigs have a barrel-shaped body, a big, wide head ornamented with six facial warts, and huge curved canine tusks. The average height is 25-33 inches and they run 110-330 pounds.

Back from the dead…
World’s Ugliest Animals

The Almiqui was believed to be extinct for many years - until 2003, when the creature was found in the island’s eastern mountains. We celebrate it’s journey “back to life,” and intend on giving the creature proper recognition…that is, a place in our “Ugliest Animals” Hall of Fame.

If Looks Can Kill
World’s Ugliest Animals

The competition really heated up once this photo of a Matamata Turtle surfaced. Translated from Spanish, matamata means “I kill, I kill”. You surely are killing our eyes! Amongst the major standout features of this hideous creature, is the head and neck, which is large, flat and covered with numerous protuberances, warts, and ridges. It has an extremely wide mouth, and very small eyes, which is situated near its long snout. Sadly, the limbs of the Matamata Turtle are poorly developed…so is the face, the slimy body, etc…

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Weird Fashion In Japan

Weird Fashion In Japan @ strange world

Weird Fashion In Japan @ strange world

Weird Fashion In Japan @ strange world

Weird Fashion In Japan @ strange world

Weird Fashion In Japan @ strange world

Weird Fashion In Japan @ strange world

Weird Fashion In Japan @ strange world

Weird Fashion In Japan @ strange world

Weird Fashion In Japan @ strange world

Weird Fashion In Japan @ strange world

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Red Crab Island

location of christmas island

Christmas Island rainforest
red crab

Red crabs begin their march from the forest to the sea, where they will reproduce
During the migration, the island's human inhabitants just have to adapt.
There are around 120 million crabs on the march
The crabs navigate the same pathways year after year
For the islanders, encounters with crabs during the migration are just part of island life.
Most of the time we just work around the crabs and take them for granted
Red crabs are scavengers
After two weeks of marching, the first wave of crabs reaches the ocean
The weary travellers dip in the ocean to replace body fluids and salts

Aerial view of Christmas Island
Crabs pop up in the most unexpected places
A female crab expels eggs from her brood pouch
The eggs hatch immediately on contact with the water
Baby crabs navigate their way into the rainforest ... and the ants

Monday, July 27, 2009

Grand Canyon SkyWalk

Would you walk on this ?

Glass Bridge will be suspended 4,000 feet above the Colorado River on the very edge of the Grand Canyon. On May 2005, the final test was conducted and the structure passed engineering requirements by 400 percent, enabling it to withstand the weight of 71 fully loaded Boeing 747 airplanes (more that 71 million pounds). The bridge will be able to sustain winds in excess of 100 miles per hour from 8 different directions, as well as an 8.0 magnitude earthquake within 50 miles.

More than one million pounds of steel will go into the construction of the Grand Canyon SkyWalk.

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