13 Wonderful and Strange Things !

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

13 Wonderful and Strange Things !

They are all different. Some are heartwarming, while others have you wondering.

Nevertheless, I hope these subjects enlighten you as much as they did me.

Migaloo’s Back in Our Waters


Click here for more images of Migaloo the White Whale.
This white whale was sighted near Yorkey’s Knob by a group of fishermen. They saw this albino giant near Pixie Reef, about 40 minutes from Yorkey Knob. Accompanying this white whale was two huge humpbacks. He was spotted on July 15, 2006, July 24, 2007, and July 22, 2008.

Frogs with Disease-Resistance Genes May Escape Extinction


Many amphibians die off around the world, but researchers at Lincoln University in New Zealand may have found certain genes that can help frog populations resist infection to save them from extinction.

New Bird Species


This bird was found on Stratton Mountain in Vermont, and caused quite a stir for scientists. The bird is thought to be a “hybrid of two species, the trush and the veery birds.”
A DNA testing will reveal if this new bird species is a result of climate change. Further reading for bird lovers can be found here.

Unicorn Lives in Italy


This one-year-old deer represents the fabled unicorn, a mythological animal, and was born in captivity. He is called, you guess it, “Unicorn”, for the single horn on his head, and the director of the Center of Natural Sciences in Prato believes he has a genetic defect, since his twin has two horns.

Giant Shrimp


A giant creature was caught in the Donetsk region of Western Ukraine, and scientists think that it could be related to the shrimp species. This creature can live in any watery area, including puddles, and is almost 20 centimeters long.

South American Stork


On July 31, 2008, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries showed these jabiru storks. They have a blocky, slightly upturned black beak, and the are shown along with wood storks, egrets, and ibis. These jabiru storks are rarely seen in the North, but are plentiful in South America.

New Manta Ray Species Discovered


Scientists discovered two new types of manta ray species. The more commonly known rays are smaller, and are more commonly seen near the coasts. The larger rays avoid human contact, and have a non-poisonous barb on their tail.
The manta rays can weigh over 4,400 pounds, and their wingspans can reach almost 25 feet.

Golden Retriever Nurses Tiger Cubs


This golden retriever adopted three tiger cubs at the Safari Zoological Park, when their tiger mother abandoned them. Isabella had just finished weaning her own puppies, and Tom Harvey, an owner at the park, put the tiger cubs in her care.
The Safari Zoological Park opened in 1989, and specializes in the care of endangered species.

Tiny Tree Shrew


These tiny pen-tailed tree shrews were discovered by researchers sipping fermented palm nectar, and “show no sign of intoxication.” These creatures live in the Malaysian rainforest, and the alcohol concentration that they drink for hours every night was recorded at 3.8 percent.

“Cat Angel”


This cat has two four-inch long wings, and he belongs to Granny Feng. The owner lovingly called him a “cat angel”, and complained that after being sexually harassed by many female cats in her area, her cat sprouted wings within a month.
Experts believe that this phenomenon is more likely caused by a gene mutation, and the cat can live a normal life.

Fish Pedicure


This is a new trend in spa pampering, where you can have these little carps nibble at the dead skin of your hands and feet. This fish pedicure is creating a buzz in the D.C. area, and so far 5000 people have taking part in this experiment.
These fish are called garra rufa, also known as doctor fish, and were first used in Turkey.

Rosy-Lipped Batfish


This is the quote directly from the National Geographic website. I thought you should read the comparison: “Like a marine Mick Jagger, a rosy-lipped batfish pouts near Costa Rica’s Cocos Island. Batfish are poor swimmers, preferring to use their strangely adapted pectoral fins like legs to crawl about the seafloor.”

Venus Comb Shell

This shell is called the Venus Comb, and it is one of the most exotic shells.
With so many wonderful and strange things around the world, these 13 items seem to speak for themselves.
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