Monthly Archives: August 2019

AMAZON JUNGLE BURNS VIDEO SHOWS. IF THE AMAZON DISAPPEARS WHAT THEN??

CLEARING OR BURNING DOWN THE AMAZON IS NOT ON OUR LIST OF MUST DO THINGS-BEWARE DESTRUCTION BUT ENJOY THESE VIDEOS; DO WHAT YOU CAN EARTH PEOPLE.

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The most terrifying serpent snakes in the world

To many, snakes are terrifying no matter what they are. Even the tiniest of garter snakes can send an otherwise-brave soul running for the hills. But not all snakes are created equal. While some are perfectly harmless, and even kind of cute, others are just plain freaky and scary, even for the biggest snake lover you know.

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The untold real truths of Snake Island

It kind of sounds like the name of some idiotic reality TV show (actually it kind of is; thanks, Discovery Channel), but Snake Island is a real place, and that’s what people actually call it, although locally it’s known as Ilha de Queimada Grande. It’s located about 90 miles off the coast of Sao Paulo, and from above it looks stunningly beautiful — it’s got lush green forests, a beautiful rocky shoreline, sun, and surf — what more could an intrepid traveller want in an exotic destination? Besides, you know, the absence of actual mortal peril. Because Snake Island isn’t called “Snake Island” because of the way it’s shaped or because someone once saw a rainbow boa hanging from a tree or something. It’s called that because it’s home to one of the deadliest snakes in the world and oh yeah, there are literally thousands of them. Also the island is a mere 110 acres, which by the way is less than one-fourth of a square mile. So do the horrific numbers, and then check out this list of all the other horrible things you probably really didn’t want to know about Snake Island.

These venomous deadly serpents habitate the island.  BEWARE

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A Human-Sized Penguin Once Waddled Through New Zealand

The leg bones of Crossvallia waiparensis suggest it was more than five feet tall and weighed up to 176 pounds

Last week, the world was introduced to “Squawkzilla,” a hulking ancient parrot that made its home in New Zealand some 19 million years ago. Now, the country’s roster of extinct bulky birds—which includes the massive moa and the huge Haast’s eagle—has grown even larger, with the discovery of a Paleocene-era penguin that stood as tall as a human.

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Bear bites sleeping 13-year-old boy in the face at Utah campground

Officials at Dewey Bridge Campground found a bear’s tracks after a boy was bitten on the face & ear at the camping grounds.

A 13-year-old boy was bitten by a bear as he slept on a Utah campground, according to local wildlife officials.

The teen was snoozing in Dewey Bridge Campground, along the Colorado River in Moab, around 5:45 a.m. Friday when the animal chomped on his left cheek and ear, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources said in a statement.

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30 Extraordinary Human & Animal Friendships

While it is rare, some humans have struck up close bonds with wild animals. This is right.

In a world where humans find it hard to get along with each other, it makes it all the more special to hear of these unlikely friendships with animals.

Here are 30 examples of humans who struck up unlikely bonds with animals.

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Man kills snake that bit him — by biting it back

An Indian man who was bitten by a snake got his revenge on the reptile by biting it back and killing it, the man’s father said on Monday.

The man, Raj Kumar, was relaxing at home, enjoying a drink on Sunday, when a snake slithered into his house in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh and bit him, said his father.

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Man mauled to death by bear while taking selfie with it .Video shows graphic content

A man was mauled to death by a wounded bear this week when he foolishly tried to take a photograph alongside the apex predator — the third wild animal-related selfie fatality in this region of India in less than a year, according to reports. WATCH GRAPHIC VIDEO HERE

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