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10 Most Disturbing Animals

1. Gumprecht's Green Pit Viper

2. Snakefish

3. Giant Isopod

4. Aye-aye

5. Star-nosed Mole

6. Frilled Lizard

7. Giant leaf-tailed Gecko

8. Kerivoula Kachinensis

9. Desert Mole Rat

10. Puss Caterpillar
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7 Amazing Holes in the World

1. Mirny Diamond Mine - Siberia
I’m pretty sure most people have seen this one. it’s an absolute beast and holds the title of largest open diamond mine in the world. at 525 metres deep with a top diameter of 1200 metres there’s even a no-fly zone above the hole due to a few helicopters being sucked in.

the red arrow in the photo below is pointing to a huge truck.

2. Kimberley Big Hole - South Africa
Apparently the largest ever hand-dug excavation in the world, this 1097 metre deep mine yielded over 3 tonnes of diamonds before being closed in 1914.

the amount of earth removed by workers is estimated to total 22.5 million tonnes.

3. Glory Hole - Monticello Dam
The glory hole is used when a dam is at full capacity and water needs to be drained from the resevoir.

This is the glory hole belonging to monticello dam in california and it’s the largest in the world, its size enabling it to consume 14′400 cubic feet of water every second.

the hole can be seen at the top left of the photo above. if you were to jump in for some reason your slightly damp body would shoot out near the bottom of the dam (below).

4. Bingham Canyon Mine - Utah

this is supposedly the largest man-made excavation on earth. extraction began in 1863 and still continues today, the pit increasing in size constantly. in its current state the hole is 3/4 mile deep and 2.5 miles wide.

5. Great Blue Hole - Belize

at surface level the near perfectly circular hole is 1/4 mile wide, the depth in the middle reaching 145 metres. obviously the hole is a huge hit with divers.

6. Diavik Mine - Canada
this incredible mine can be found 300km northeast of yellowknife in canada.

the mine is so huge and the area so remote that it even has its own airport with a runway large enough to accomodate a boeing 737. it also looks equally as cool when the surrounding water is frozen.

7. Sinkhole - Guatemala
a sinkhole is caused when water (usually rainwater or sewage) is soaked up by the earth on a large scale, resulting in the ground collapsing.

these photos are of a sinkhole which occured early this year in guatemala. the hole swallowed a dozen homes and killed at least 3 people.
officials blamed the monster of a hole on a ruptured sewage pipe.
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Mugen Can Beer

Japanese always have crazy ideas for gadgets, simply for killing some times. Here comes the Mugen Can beer, a little plastic beer can that lets you have the feeling of opening beer can for as many times as you want.

Called the Mugen Kan Beeru, means Endless beer can, will go on sales in Japan in June. This little beer can can be used as keychain, so you can bring along anywhere you go and enjoy the endless beer can popping fun. If you pop the Mugen beer can for 30 times, it’ll reward you with a special sound. The Mugen beer can will also be available in America later. It costs only $9, will be available in a number of colors as shown below.

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Lamborghini Bike Concept

Recent creative designers are outlaying many different bikes now a days but Lamborbiker seems like crossed everyone’s imagination. The idea of this long desired design was derived from Marcello Gandini, chief designer of Bertone and a freelance designer since 1980, and Osmos wheel and Lamborghini Countach played the key role for inspiration. Flavio, the designer designed this attractive and extremely unique bike by combining Osmos wheel and Countach. If you feel passionate about the brilliant looking Lamborghini or feel an unavoidable attraction about Osmos wheels, then this bike will definitely draw your attention with the luminous look and powerful features.

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Mercury Skate Concept

Line skating is one of the most popular sports among people. This popularity is spreading throughout the world everyday due to it’s large range of usability. In fact, roller skate was invented to compensate the limits of ice skate and make it possible to experience skating on the streets.

The main purpose of designing this Mercury skate is to decrease the skater’s fatigue and provide them an easier and smoother ride on the pavement with the least harms. If you’ve ever skated on a paved surface you had experienced a vibration feelings on your heel and sometimes it causes you to feel uncomfortable. This vibration will translate itself from heel to knee joints which is harmful not just for knees but for the eyesight as well.

This general problem of line skates has been considered in this Mercury skate design. It has a new style of frame, fixing system and a damper to absorb the harmful vibration mentioned above and also it can help the skaters to accelerate faster and gain a higher speed.

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Newest Mercedez Concept Car

Mercedes F-Cell Roadster

Mercedes F-CELL is a concept Hydrogen-powered buggy roadster which is able to attract anyone’s attraction by adding a fiberglass body, joystick control and hydrogen-electric fuel-cell power unit. The car is supposed to contain all the technologies that the top-shelved Mercedes cars have. It boasts a fiberglass and carbon fiber body structure, a compact fuel cell of 1.2kW is being used for power generation and the top speed of this car is 25 km/h. The car remains away from the traditional steering wheel rather it is using a joystick control for driving. The silly, big spoked bicycle wheels are another attraction of this car.

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Glow in the Dark Mushrooms

This is Mycena Chlorophos and live in the rainy season in Japan and Brazilian forest.

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Fastest Roller Coaster in the World

At Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson Township, NJ, the tallest and fastest coaster in the world looms high over the rest of the park.

Towering at an incredible height of 456 feet (45 stories!), Kingda Ka is a strata-coaster (exceeds a height of 400 feet) and accelerates from 0-128 miles per hour in less than four seconds.

A hydraulic launch shoots the train straight-up the 456-foot tower, pauses at the top and goes straight downward into a 270-degree spiral.

Kingda Ka debuted on May 21st, 2005, becoming the fastest and tallest roller coaster in the world, surpassing the record set by Top Thrill Dragster at Cedar Point, which is 420 feet tall and goes 0-120 miles per hour in 3.5 seconds.

The ride shoots you 90 degrees into a quarter-turn, and then the train shoots straight-down vertically into a 270-degree spiral. It then goes down a valley and up a 129-foot camel hump, providing much airtime.

Short but terrifying. The ride is short, hardly 30 seconds long.

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Girls at Bangkok Motor Show 2009

Here it is, The Bangkok Motor Show photo gallery from last March 2009, full of cute sexy Asian girls, but believe it or not, half of them are shemale.

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