Sunday, October 14, 2012

Fish With Human Teeth Found In Lake 2012

Fish With Human Teeth Found In Lake 2012 
Another fish that has human teeth was found in june 2012, in Lake Lou Yaeger,  Litchfield, Illinois.
People are freaked of this dangerous amazing weird fish, which first was marked as a piranha, but when they caught it and looked at its teeth they were amazed: human like teeth!

It seems that someone dumped this scary odd fish in the lake, but nobody knows how many of them are there.
Now the people from  Litchfield are too scared to swim in the lake, but the biologists assure them that they should not fear, as this fish is not dangerous to humans.
The weird fish was identified as the Pacu fish, who normally lives in the Amazon.It will not survive the winter in Illinois.
Below you can see the fish in the video, as well as what the people say about it:

Still interested? let’s see some other cases of fishes with human teeth.
In 2009 a so called ‘vampire’ fish was presented by National Geographic, along with a fish that has human teeth, the Pacu fish.Here’s a picture of the Pacu fish:
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You may think that this photos are photoshoped? Well think again, as this is an official photo the fish, confirmed by the biologists.
I’m sure you’re also curious about that ‘vampire’ fish, so let’s take a look at it:
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(now that’s really scary! imagine what this freaking fish could do to you!)

Here’s another video that presents a fish like that at the beginning:

Still not scared?! Ok, let’s see some other strange and scary photos of fishes with teeth:
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Top 10 Generals of Western History


The most controversial figure of the Allied forces in WWII, Patton himself may have believed himself to be reincarnated from more ancient warriors, carrying their bravery and experience into his battles. A promising early career helping Pershing hunt Pancho Villa jumpstarted Patton into the armored corps, where he became a mentor to Eisenhower (later promoted over his head). In WWII, he gladly used the Germans’ blitzkrieg against them, using the maneuverability of American armored units to out maneuver German lines and gaining large amounts of ground over short periods of time. His infamous incidents, including troops under his command executing more than one massacre, and Patton’s slapping of a supposedly cowardly soldier in a field hospital, contributed to his decline, but more than anyone else, he led the Allies to victory in Europe.


The most feared opponent Rome ever faced, this Carthaginian general was raised to the task of defeating the Romans from early childhood by his father, Hasdrubal. Hannibal abandoned previous Carthaginian tactics of passive naval superiority, and marched a force on elephants over the Italian Alps. Defeating the Romans at nearly every battle he fought, he made a Roman general, Quintus Fabius Maximus, famous merely for being able to delay Hannibal’s advance without enormous loss of life (Fabius was granted the title “Cunctator”, or delayer, by the Roman senate). At Cannae, Hannibal’s forces, cobbled together and suffering from losses, routed an enormous Roman army, killing or capturing upwards of fifty thousand enemies. Eventually defeated by Scipio Africanus and deserted by his government, he remained a scourge the Romans invoked to justify razing Carthage.


Born a Corsican, Napoleon became by far the most able general of the modern age, rising from obscurity during the Revolution to Consul and Emperor of the French Empire which spanned from Madrid to Moscow and from Oslo to Cairo. Originally an artilleryman, he led campaigns that conquered the Italian States, Austria, Egypt, Prussia, Spain, the Netherlands, Swedish Pomerania, parts of the Caribbean, and large swathes of Russia. Leading brilliant campaigns, using concentrated force in lightning strikes on the field, developing independent and complete army corps (a system still modeled today), installing puppet rulers, conscripting troops from each nation he subdued, and inspiring a host of marshals who were all able tacticians themselves (Murat, Massena, Bernadotte, Ney, and many others), Napoleon revolutionized warfare. No less than four international alliances of powers were required to bring his empire to its knees, and without the simultaneous pressure or Russian winter, British naval domination, Spanish guerillas, and Wellington’s stolid and unbreakable Anglo-Spanish-Portuguese Army, very likely Bonaparte would have sat astride the his European conquests for years to come.
Sadly, this list cannot be exhaustive; our knowledge comes to us through dubious historians, and a mythos that may deny some great leaders their due. Notables who missed the top ten by a hair: Alexander the Great, who conquered most of Southeastern Europe, Asia Minor, and large parts of India in a single sweeping campaign, before dying in tears that “there were no more worlds to conquer”; Genghis Khan, whose horde took most of China and Russia; Charlemagne, the first Holy Roman Emperor, who took Western Europe in the late Dark Ages, defeating native tribes, isolated kingdoms, and Moorish conquerors alike; and of course, contemporaries and rivals of those in the top ten. Wellington, Jackson, Pericles, Leonidas, Grant, Pompey, Garibaldi, and Tokugawa all played their roles, and should not be underestimated lightly. But the ten we have inscribed are perhaps the most iconic, representative, and beloved (or feared) of conquerors, a breed of men that knew the direst times of human history, and thrived in them. We shall not see their like again.

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Black and white twins wonder parents from Iran

Black and white twins wonder parents from Iran

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Japanese Surrender

1945 - Japanese surrender - a keeper*

*This film is believed to have never been seen before, only shots of the

surrender were known.*

*If you are a history buff you will enjoy this. General McArthur's voice is

a rarity in these old film clips*

*Japanese Surrender- Amazing Footage Sept 2, 1945.*

*This is a 'must see' for the WWII history buff or anyone interested in history.*

*Interesting the other signers to the document, from New Zealand/Australia

to Europe/Russia.*

*This is an actual film made of the surrender ceremony of the Japanese to

McArthur in Tokyo Bay in September 1945.*

*Actual voice of the General. Never been shown to the general public before.

*We always saw the "stills" but never the film itself*

*Click here: Japanese Surrender

Monday, October 1, 2012

Kate on Royal tour in Solomon Islands

Kate on Royal tour in Solomon Islands
How funny: Kate stifles a giggle as she and William are garlanded by a gaggle of bare-chested women after they arrive on Marau in the Solomon Islands Baring all: It was a world away from the storm that has engulfed the couple because of topless pictures of Kate published by a french magazine Closer last week

Intricate: The colourful necklaces, worth up to £150 each, took three months to make Hello! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge receive a traditional welcome from locals when they land in Mara. Royal entrance: Kate steps off the plane for the next leg of her and William's South Pacific tour.

Welcome - Marau style: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are traditionally welcomed to Marau ‘

On our way: Prince William chats with an islander as he makes his way through a path of brightly coloured flowers at the Marau landing strip. Pit stop: The Royal couple stop midway along a walk way to watch a group of bare chested women perform a water dance.

Canoe to paradise: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge then enjoyed the scenic route to Tavanipupu Island in a traditional war canoe. Outfit change: Kate swapped her yellow Jaeger day dress for a navy blue Mulberry frock for evening while the Duke chose an eye-popping pink shirt...but what's that behind them?

The barefoot Royals: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrived barefoot in Tavanipupu, Solomon Islands, during the latest leg of their South Pacific tour. Rough Ground: The Duchess of Cambridge chats with John Sullivan as she walks barefoot over some quite rough ground onTavanipupu Island.

 Tradition: The couple had enjoyed watching a group of nine women perform a traditional water dance involving splashing themselves with water before setting off for the neighbouring islands Water dance: The women performed as Kate and William made their way downtheir way to Marapa and Tavanipupu by boat and canoe. A quick wave and they're off: The Duke and Duchess head off by boat to Tavanipupu Out in force: The Royal visit caused great excitement among the islanders, some had trekked up to six hours just to see Kate and Wills.

On her own: Earlier in the day the Duchess had left William's side to attend a Women's Reception at the Leaf House, Commonwealth Youth South Pacific Centre Family: Kate revealed how family life was very important to her especially now she was married during a half hour chat with about 40 women from the Young Women's Parliamentary Group For me? Kate had moved round the group, spending several minutes with each woman, telling them their cause was 'important'.

Newly-crowned: The Duchess, wearing a £180 bright yellow dress from Jaeger, proudly sports the decorative headpiece given to her by well-wishers. Crowning glory: The Duchess of Cambridge happily paraded her new headwear, given to her by well-wishers in Honiara and made from exotic fresh flowers

Heading into the rain: After calling on the Solomon Islands' Prime Minister,the Duke and Duchess visited a cultural village in Honiara. Resplendent in yellow: Dressed in the bright yellow sleeves dress and her trusty beige LK Bennett heels, Kate cut a colourful figure. Royal welcome: Hundreds of people gathered to welcome the young couple as they toured the cultural centre during their nine day tour of the Far East. Display:

The Duke listens intently while the Duchess smiles as a tribal war dance is performed in front of her Pan pipe moods: At one hut, a group of traditionally dressed musicians from the Isabel Province played God Save The Queen on their pan pipes. It's a bit like Morris dancing...

The Duke shares a joke with his wife as they watch locals in Honiara perform during their visit. ...But there's always time for a quick joke: The young Royals share a joke during the tribal war dance Pleasure to meet you:

William listens intently as he and Kate chat to a tribal warrior at a cultural village in Honiara. Special performance: Fearsome spear and shield-wielding warrior-like men showed off a number of dances for the Duke and Duchess in the Cultural Village.

 Matching outfits: Kate beams as a group of young dancers perform for her and William - did they know she was going to wear yellow? Taking it all in: Fearsome bare-chested men performed a ceremonial dance for Kate, along with a 'levu' dance normally reserved for 'big men' or very important guests.

Concentrating: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge watch as the group of tribal dancers brandish rather fearars Looks painful:

The Duke appears to wince as the dancers mock spear their enemy during the display Come together: The royal couple are introduced to a group who provided them with a traditional chorus in the Cultural Village.

Local culture: The Duchess talks to a woman in traditional costume while stopping to get to know villagers who came out to greet her and The Duke Craft: The Duke and Duchess chat to women during their visit to a cultural village in Honiara in the Solomon Islands.

 Interested: The Duchess bends down to chat to a local in the cultural village Joking: The Duchess shares a joke with one of the women making crafts in the cultural village

Intricate: The Duke and Duchess looked suitably impressed by the work of carvers in the Cultural Village, who were fashioning detailed models by hand.

 Pleased to meet you: Kate took time to chat with a wood carver during her daytime walkabout in the Cultural Village, after which The Duke gave a speech to 40 young people

All smiles: Traditionally-dressed local villagers were in a friendly mood during the day as they happily chatted to the Duchess of Cambridge.