Tuesday, August 25, 2015


Just imagine how it looks if you are in top of a tallest building.  But do not try it if you have fear of heights . Here are the list of top 10 tallest building around the world .

10. Willis Tower
Location: USA
Hieght: 1,451 feet/442.2meter
Willis Tower used to be called the Sears Tower until a naming rights change in 2009 by Willis Group Holdings. The Tower is 108 stories and a total of 1,451 feet high. When it was completed in 1973 it was the tallest building in the world, a title it held for almost 25 years. More than one million people visit it every year, as it’s one of the most popular tourist destinations in Chicago.

9. Zifeng Tower

Location: China
Hieght: 1,480 feet/451.1 meters
The Zifeng Tower was completed in 2008 and is 1,480 feet tall with a total of 89 stories. Designed by Adrian Smith, the building’s stair-step shape is functional, helping to separate the retail centers, office spaces, restaurants, and a hotel and public observatory within.

8-7. Petronas Twin Tower

Location: Malaysia
Hieght: 1,483 feet/452 meters
Also known as the Petronas Twin Towers, these twin skyscrapers are tied as the two number seven tallest buildings in the world. They used to hold the coveted spot at number one in 1998, but in 2004 they were surpassed. They are however still the tallest twin buildings in the world, coming in at 1,483 feet high and 88 floors.

6. International Commerce Center

Location: China
Hieght: 1,588 feet/484 meters
The International Commerce Centre is a 1,588 feet tall skyscraper with a total of 118 floors. It was completed in 2010 and stands as the tallest building in Hong Kong.

5. Sangani World Financial Center
Location: China
Hieght: 1,614 feet/491.9 meters
Made up of office space, hotels, and observation decks with a shopping mall on the ground floor, the Shanghai World Financial Center reached its full height at 1,614 feet in 2007. It has 101 floors and the world’s highest observation deck at 1,555 feet above ground.

4. Taipei 101

Location: Taiwan
Hieght: 1,669 feet/508.7 meters
With 5 floors underground and 101 above, the Taipei 101 rises to a grand total of 1,669 feet. It’s also the largest environmentally conscious skyscraper in the world, and is often where Taiwan launches its fireworks during national celebrations.

3. One World Trade Center

Location: USA
Hieght:  1,766 feet/541.3 meters
Called both the Freedom Tower and One World Trade Center, this building will rise 104 stories high after its completion in 2013. It will then be the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Its spire will stretch its height to 1,776 feet, referencing 1776, the year of American Independence.

2. Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel

Location: Saudi Arabia
Hieght: 1,972 feet/601 meters
An attempt to modernize this holy city, the Mecca Royal Hotel Clock Tower is the tallest hotel in the world, along with the tallest clock-tower and containing the world’s largest clock-face. It stands at 1,972 feet high and has a whopping 120 floors.

1. Burj Khalifa

Location: United Arab Emirates
Hieght: 2,723 feet/829.9 meters
The Burj Khalifa, previously known as the Burj Dubai, is the tallest building in the world, rising to a ridiculous 2,723 feet high with 163 floors. It took five years to build, and was completed in 2009 in Dubai’s main business district.

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Animals that you cant find easily and also the weirdest one's than normal animals  . Here are the list of top 10 weirdest animals . 

10. Blanket Octopus
Location: World
Tremoctopus is a genus of pelagic cephalopods, containing four species that occupy surface to mid-waters in subtropical and tropical oceans. They are commonly known asblanket octopuses, in reference to the long transparent webs that connect the dorsal and dorsolateral arms of the adult females. The other arms are much shorter and lack webbing. These species exhibit an extreme degree of sexual dimorphism. Females may reach 2 metres (6.6 ft) in length, whereas the tiny males are at most a few centimeters long. The males have a specially modified third right arm which stores sperm, known as a hectocotylus. During mating, this arm detaches itself and crawls into the mantle of the female to fertilize her eggs. The male dies shortly after mating. The females carry more than 100,000 tiny eggs attached to a sausage-shaped calcareous secretion held at the base of the dorsal arms and carried by the female until hatching.

9. Glass Frog
Location: Venezuela, Columbia, Ecuador, Peru, Costa Rica, Panama
The glass frogs (or glassfrogs) are frogs of the amphibian family Centrolenidae (order Anura). While the general background coloration of most glass frogs is primarily lime green, the abdominal skin of some members of this family is translucent. The internal viscera, including the heart, liver, and gastrointestinal tract, are visible through this translucent skin, hence the common name.

8. Satanic Leaf-Tailed Gecko
Location: Madagascar
Uroplatus phantasticus, the Baweng Satanic Leaf Gecko, is a species of gecko indigenous to the island of Madagascar. First described in 1888 by George Albert Boulenger, U. phantasticus is the smallest in body of the Uroplatus geckos, though there is an ongoing debate as to whether one of its cousins, U. ebenaui, is smaller because of its shorter tail. It may also be known as the eyelash leaf tailed gecko or the fantastic leaf tailed gecko.

7. Leafy Sea Dragon
Location: Australia
The leafy seadragon or Glauert’s seadragonPhycodurus eques, is a marine fish in the family Syngnathidae, which includes seadragons, pipefish, and seahorses. It is the only member of the genus Phycodurus. It is found along the southern and western coasts of Australia. The name is derived from the appearance, with long leaf-like protrusions coming from all over the body. These protrusions are not used for propulsion; they serve only as camouflage. The leafy seadragon propels itself by means of a pectoral fin on the ridge of its neck and a dorsal fin on its back closer to the tail end. These small fins are almost completely transparent and difficult to see as they undulate minutely to move the creature sedately through the water, completing the illusion of floating seaweed. Popularly known as “leafies”, it is the marine emblem of the state of South Australia and a focus for local marine conservation.

6. Olm
Location: Slovenia, Italy, Croasia, Bosnia, Herzegovina
The olm, or proteus (Proteus anguinus), a salamander, is the only cave-dwelling chordate species found in Europe. In contrast to most amphibians, it is entirely aquatic; it eats, sleeps, and breeds underwater. Living in caves found in Dinaric Alps, it is endemic to the waters that flow underground through extensive limestone of karst of Central and Southeastern Europe, specifically southern Slovenia, the Soča river basin near Trieste, Italy, southwestern Croatia, and Herzegovina. It is also occasionally called the “human fish” by locals because of its skin color, similar to that of white people (translated literally from Slovene: človeška ribica and Croatian: čovječja ribica), as well as “cave salamander” or “white salamander.” In Slovenia, it is also known by the name močeril, which translates as “the one that burrows into wetness.” It was first mentioned in 1689 by a local naturalist Valvasor in his Glory of the Duchy of Carniola reporting that after heavy rains the olms were washed up from the underground waters and made local people believe they saw a cave dragons’ offspring.

5. Chinese Softshell Turtle
Location: Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, USA, China, Taiwan, 
Vietnam, North Korea, Japan, Russia
The Chinese softshell turtle (Pelodiscus sinensis) is a species of turtle that was first described by Arend Friedrich August Wiegmann in 1835 (as Trionyx sinensis). The species is also referred to as the Asiatic soft-shelled turtle. There is a subspecies japonicus which is sometimes erroneously listed as Pelodiscus japonica. The Chinese softshell turtle is found in China (including Taiwan), North Vietnam, Korea, Japan and Russia. It is difficult to determine its native range due to the long tradition of use as a food and “tonic” and subsequent spread by migrating people. The Chinese soft-shelled turtle has been introduced to Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Timor, Batan Islands, Guam, some of the Hawaiian Islands, California and Virginia.

4. Star-Nosed Mole
Location: Canada, USA
The star-nosed mole (Condylura cristata) is a small mole found in moist low areas of eastern Canada and the northeastern United States, with records extending along the Atlantic coast as far as extreme southeastern Georgia. It is the only member of the tribeCondylurini and the genus Condylura. The star-nosed mole is easily identified by the twenty-two pink fleshy appendages ringing its snout, which is used as a touch organ with more than 25,000 minute sensory receptors, known as Eimer’s organs, with which this hamster-sized mole feels its way around. With the help of its Eimer’s organs, it may be perfectly poised to detect seismic wave vibrations.

3. Snake Caterpillar
Location: United Kingdom, Ireland, Russia, China, India, Japan, South Korea, North Korea
The larva is about 75 millimetres (3.0 in) long, green and brown in colour. Like most hawk moth caterpillars, they have a backward curving spine or “horn” on the final abdominal segment. The anterior of the caterpillar appears to have the shape of a trunk-like snout. It is this elephant look, rather than its large size, that gives the moth its name. When startled, the caterpillar draws its trunk into its foremost body segment. This posture resembles a snake with a large head and four large eye-like patches. Caterpillars are preyed upon by birds, but these shy away (at least for some time) from caterpillars in “snake” pose. It is not known whether the birds take the caterpillar to actually resemble a snake, or are frightened by the sudden change of a familiar prey item into an unusual and boldly-patterned shape.The preferred food plants of the caterpillar are willowherb (Epilobium) and bedstraw (Galium), though it will also take fuchsias.

2. Aye-Aye
Location: Madagascar
The aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) is a lemur, a strepsirrhine primate native to Madagascar that combines rodent-like teeth and a special thin middle finger to fill the same ecological niche as a woodpecker. It is the world’s largest nocturnal primate, and is characterized by its unusual method of finding food; it taps on trees to find grubs, then gnaws holes in the wood using its forward slanting incisors to create a small hole in which it inserts its narrow middle finger to pull the grubs out. This foraging method is calledpercussive foraging. The only other animal species known to find food in this way is the striped possum. From an ecological point of view the aye-aye fills the niche of a woodpecker, as it is capable of penetrating wood to extract the invertebrates within. The aye-aye is the only extant member of the genus Daubentonia and family Daubentoniidae. It is currently classified as Endangered by the IUCN; and a second species, Daubentonia robusta, appears to have become extinct at some point within the last 1000 years.

1. Blobfish
Location: Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand
The blobfish (Psychrolutes marcidus) is a deep sea fish of the family Psychrolutidae. It inhabits the deep waters off the coasts of mainland Australia and Tasmania, as well as the waters of New Zealand. Blobfish are typically shorter than 30 cm. They live at depths between 600 and 1,200 m (2,000 and 3,900 ft) where the pressure is several dozen times higher than at sea level, which would likely make gas bladders inefficient for maintaining buoyancy. Instead, the flesh of the blobfish is primarily a gelatinous mass with a density slightly less than water; this allows the fish to float above the sea floor without expending energy on swimming. Its relative lack of muscle is not a disadvantage as it primarily swallows edible matter that floats in front of it such as deep-ocean crustaceans.Blobfish are often caught as bycatch in bottom trawling nets. Scientists now fear the blobfish could become an endangered species because of deep-ocean trawling.

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Here are the list of the top 10 weirdest snake and there locations around the world.

10. Emerald Tree Boa
Location: Surinam , Venezuela , Bolivia , French Guiana
Hunting and Diet: The emerald tree boa is a carnivore (a meat-eater). It hunts at night (it is nocturnal). This snake catches food with its long teeth and then squeezes it to death. Like all snakes, it swallows its prey whole, head first. The boa’s top and bottom jaws are attached to each other with stretchy ligaments, which let the snake swallow animals wider than itself. Snakes don’t chew their food, they digest it with very strong acids in the snake’s stomach. The emerald tree boa eats birds and rodents. After eating a large animal, the snake needs no food for a long time, and rests for weeks. Anatomy: Like all snakes, the emerald tree boa is cold-blooded; they are the same temperature as the environment. The emerald tree boa grows to be about 7.25 feet (2.2m) long. The forked tongue senses odors. There are heat sensors under the upper lip; these help the snake locate warm-blooded prey, like mammals and birds. This snake bears live young. Neonates (newborn snakes) are deep brown-orange with white bars, and are about 1 ft long.

9. Albino Burmese Python
Location: India , Nepal , Bhutan , Bangladesh , Thailand , Laos , Cambodia , Vietnam , Malaysia , China
The Burmese python (Python bivittatus) is one of the five largest snakes in the world, native to a large variation of tropic and subtropic areas of Southern- and Southeast Asia. Until 2009 they were considered a subspecies of Python molurus, but now are recognized as belonging to a distinct species. They are often found near water and are sometimes semi-aquatic, but can also be found in trees. Wild individuals average 3.7 metres (12 ft) long, but have been known to reach 5.74 metres (19 ft).

8. Blind Snake
Location: USA , Mexico
This species, like many of the others in this family, resembles a long earthworm. It lives underground in burrows, and since it has no use for vision, its eyes are mostly vestigial. The western blind snake is pink, purple, or silvery-brown in color, shiny, wormlike, cylindrical, and blunt at both ends, and has light-detecting black eyespots. The snake’s skull is thick to permit burrowing, and it has a spine at the end of its tail that it uses for leverage. It is usually less than 30 cm (12 in) in total length (tail included), and is as thin as an earthworm. This species and other blind snakes are fluorescent under low frequency ultraviolet light (black light).

7. Elephant Trunk Snake
Location: India , Indonesia , Malaysia , Thailand , Camboia , Thailand
This weird snake is found mostly in Indonesia, although some close relatives are also found in Australia. It gets its name from its unusual skin, which is wrinkled and baggy, and gives the impression of being several sizes too large for the snake. The scales are also unusual; they are large and knobby, hence the snake’s alternate common name, ”warty snake”. They can grow up to 2.5 meters long. Elephant trunk snakes are completely aquatic, and are practically helpless on land; they can’t slither because they lack the broad scales in the belly that are common to most snakes, and an important aid when moving on land. Elephant trunk snakes feed on fish, including catfish and eels; they lack venom, so they use constriction to kill prey; their big knobby scales are an adaptation to hold slippery fish and constrict them underwater.

6. Bright Pink Snake
Location: USA
Found in the rain forests of Central Africa, this small but highly venomous viper is noted for its huge eyes and keeled, bristle-like scales which give it an almost feathered appearance (hence one of its common names, ”feathered tree viper”). Atheris vipers grow up to 75 cms long, with males being longer than females (unusual among snakes). Like all vipers, Atheris has long, retractable fangs in the front of its upper jaw; there is no known antidote to its venom, which causes blood clotting difficulties, pain and swelling, and often, death. Fortunately, these vipers usually live far away from human settlements, and therefore Atheris bites are exceedingly rare.

5. Blue Coral Snake

Location: Indonesia
It is a medium-sized coral snake with a slender body which was assigned to the new world coral snake genus Maticora until phylogenetic studies revealed this species to be nested within the tropical coral snake species clade Calliophis and sister species to Calliophis intestinalis. Adult snakes are are usually about 140 centimetres (5 ft) long. Dorsal coloration is indigo or deep blue with light blue or white stripes along each side of the body (C. b. flaviceps). It has a blunt snout and small eyes. The head, venter, and tail are usually bright red. The dorsal part of the tail has a black stripe running till the tip. The snake, especially when juvenile, is often confused with the pink-headed reed snake (Calamaria schlegeli) as they share similar habitat and appearance. But the latter is much smaller, maximum 50 cm (20 in), than fully grown Calliophis bivirgatus. It may be dangerous to confuse these two species as the reed snake is a nonvenomous snake, whereas the blue Malaysian coral snake has a potentially lethal venom.

4. California Red-Sided Garter

Location: USA , Mexico , Canada
Garter snake ‒ also called gardener snake ‒ is the common name given to harmless, small to medium-sized snakes belonging to the genus Thamnophis. Endemic to North America, they can be found from the Subarctic plains of Canada to Central America. The garter snake is the state reptile of Massachusetts. With no real consensus on the classification of species of Thamnophis, disagreement among taxonomists and sources, such as field guides, over whether two types of snakes are separate species or subspecies of the same species is common. Garter snakes are closely related to the genus Nerodia(water snakes), with some species having been moved back and forth between genera.

3. Albino Nelson's Milksnake

Location: Mexico
Nelson’s milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum nelsoni) is a subspecies of king snake that is found in Mexico from southern Guanajuato and central Jalisco to the Pacific Coast.[1] It is also found on the narrow plains of northwestern Michoacán and on the Tres Marias Islands. The range of this snake appears to be tied to the proximity of watercourses, including ones utilized for irrigation and agriculture. It is a subspecies of the milksnake,Lampropeltis triangulum. It is similar in size to other king snakes, averaging 42 inches (110 cm) long, and like them, is nonvenomous. This species is named in honor of Edward W. Nelson who worked for the U.S. Biological Survey from 1890, becoming chief in 1916.

2. Langaha Nasuta

Location: Madagascar
This is easily one of the weirdest reptiles in the world. Just like the Asian vine snake, the Langaha snake (also known as the leaf-nosed snake) is adapted to an arboreal lifestyle and feeds mostly on lizards. Its most interesting trait is, of course, the weird ”horn” or projection on its snout. Both genders have this weird ornament, but males and females look very different from each other; males are yellowish and have smooth skin and a sharp, pointed ”horn”, while females have rough-looking brown scales and a flat, leaf-shaped and serrated horn. This is one of the few cases in which a snake’s gender can be determined easily at first sight. Langaha nasuta snakes are found only in Madagascar’s endangered rain forests. It is venomous and its bite can be extremely painful to humans but not life-threatening.

1. Flying Snake

Location: Burma , Singapore , Brunei , Thailand , Malaysia , Indonesia 
Flying snakes are found in the rainforests of India and southeastern Asia, and, despite their rather alarming name, they can’t actually fly. They are, however, accomplished gliders. When a Flying Snake wants to go from one tree to another, it launches itself into the air while flaring out its ribs and sucking in its stomach, thus flattening and widening its body and turning into a pseudo-concave wing. As amazing as it may sound, Flying Snakes are even better gliders than flying squirrels. While squirrels can glide up to 60 meters from one tree to another, Flying Snakes can glide up to 100 meters or more, and they actually ”slither” in mid air, which gives them better stability and some degree of control over their ”flight”. Flying snakes are venomous, but not dangerous to humans. They feed mostly on lizards and other small animals, and spend most of their time up trees.

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Some people wants to have a pet dog not just because they want to be secured to their homes but they want also a companion when they are all alone. Ofcourse dogs have many breeds , dont you know that there are dog breeds that's very expensive. Here are the list of dog breeds that are expensive.

10. Irish Wolfhound - $1500 - $2000

9. Saluki - $2500

8. Pharaoh Hound - $2500 - $6500

7. Akita - $1500 - $4500

6. Tibetan Mastiff - $2200 - $7000

5. Rottweiler - $2000 - $8000

4. Lowchen - $5000 - $8000

3. Chow Chow - $3000 - $8500

2. English Bulldog - $2500 - $9000

1. Samoyed - $4000 - $11,000

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We are really amazed when a cute bird like parrots talks and we become speechless right? Now here are the list of the smartest talkng birds in the world.

10. Blue-Fronted Amazon
Blue-fronted amazon is a popular pet and taking bird native to South America, named after distinctive blue marking on their head.  They need interaction from human to learn talking. The talking ability of the beautiful parrot species also varies with the quality of training. Blue-fronted amazons have a tendency to bond with only one person/trainer. They mimic human voice only if they socialized in the right form. They can talk for hours and love singing in sweet sound. Blue-fronted amazon also play with toys for a long time.

9. Yellow-Crowned Amazon

The playful and affectionate yellow-crowned amazon parrots are found in the rain forests of  South and North America. They are one of excellent talkers of the amazon parrots family. Some parrots of this species become excellent talkers and some never talk. The ability to talk merely depends upon different factors like environment they live and frequency of interaction with humans. They are also known for their loud voice and live for more than 60 years.

8.  Cockatoo

Cockatoos are extremely social bird that possess better talking ability. Cockatoos can imitate a wide range of sounds. But their talking ability entirely depends upon training given by humans. There are different species of cockatoos in the world. Upon them rose-breasted cockatoo, yellow crested cockatoo and long-billed cockatoo are  better talkers. Cockatoos need special care from their owner for a healthy life and to learn speaking. They have a tendency to copy the words that are repeated by the owners regularly. Cockatoos can easily mimic the words that are associated with their habits.  The change in tone will definitely make difficulty in learning of speaking for cockatoos.  They won’t learn every word so easily but will mimic in the right way through proper training.

7. Hill Myna

Hill mynas are one the best talking birds in the word, found across Southeast Asia. They are better known for their ability to mimic human voice in exact tone. Hill mynas also produce wide ranges of whistles, wails and screeches. The great Indian hill and common hill myna are the two main species of hill mynas. These two species have more talking power than other mynas. They can mimic human speech in same tone and quality. Some other species of hill myna like Southern hill mynas also have talking ability but never become so clear like great Indian hill or common hill myna. 

6. Monk Parekeet

Monk parakeet also known as quaker parrot mainly found across Europe, South and North America. Like other talking birds monk parakeets also requite care and proper training to mimic the human voice. They will learn and imitate the words they hear repeatedly from the trainer. A well socialized monk parakeet parrot also able to use the words that they learned at right situations. It becomes practical only if the trainer associate right actions or emotions with words while teaching. The social bird also mimics other sounds they hear from the surroundings.

5. Indan Ring Parakeet

Indian ring parakeet is one of the outstanding talking birds in the species of parrot. They can learn 200-250 words. The ability to mimic the human voice also differs between parrots. It merely depends upon the frequency of interaction with the owner. The Indian ring parakeets usually try to copy the human voice from the surroundings. They can also catch up words by hearing music.  Indian ring parakeet’s ability to mimic human speech also meet exceptional quality. The pretty intelligent social bird also regarded as one of the best companion of human.

4. Eclectus Parrot
The eclectus parrots native to New Guinea islands are known for their clarity of speech and vocabulary. Eclectus parrots copy most of the words hear around them and mimic them in high quality. Some parrots can even learn and sing entire song. They not only mimic human speech but also every attractive sounds they hear from the surroundings. In that way Eclectus parrots can even fool their owners. They repeat the words they learnt at right situations. Both male and female eclectus parrots also make charming and melodious voices. 

3. Yellow-naped Amazon
The yellow-naped amazon is another talented talking bird of the amazon parrots family. They are known for contextualize human speech. The parrots have the power to copy wide range of words and imitate them in excellent quality. Yellow-naped amazons will start to talk from younger age itself. They learn most of words and phrases from their owners. Yellow-naped amazons usually bond with only one human. So the interaction between the owner and pet is the most important factor that defines the talking ability of the parrot. Yello-naped amazons also good at repeating the songs they hear around them.

2. Budgerigar

Budgerigar or common pet parakeet is an intelligent talking bird native to Australia. The smartest social bird has capability for large vocabularies. Not all birds of this species have got such great potential but some can learn 300-500 words and sentences. They have a tendency to imitate the words that have repeatedly heard from the owner. At the same time when two or more Budgerigars together in a cage they never listen to human speech and prefer to spend time with other members. Both male and female budgerigars have skill to imitate human speech. But male birds seem to be better at talking more words in the right tone.

1.  African Gray Parrot

The African grey parrot is considered as the most intelligent smartest talking parrot in the world. They are endemic to the rain forests of West and Central Africa. African grey parrots are known for their better understanding and imitation of human speech. Like other talking birds African grey parrots also have a tendency to get attached to only one person. The parrot’s relationship with the owner is the most important thing that shape its talking ability. Treating African grey parrots while teaching will help to improve their talking ability much faster. They also learn different kinds of voices from the surrounding. They are intelligent enough to mimic different sounds to fool the predators.

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