Monday, 29 October 2012

Chudnite Mostove a rock phenomenon situated near the Zabardo village West Rhodope mountain,Bulgaria.

Chudnite Mostove (The magnificent Bridges) a rock phenomenon situated near the Zabardo village West Rhodope mountain,Bulgaria. The "bridges" were shaped by the destructive activity of the once high-water river. It transformed the marble clefts into a deep water cave, the ceiling of which whittled up through time and collapsed, allegedly during an earthquake. Geologists presume that the water carried the debris away. As a result, the two left over bridge-shaped boulders remained. The adjacent area is timbered by century-old conifers, largely spruces. In the past the bridges had been one entire cave, formed under the erosive activity of the river waters. Parts of it were collapsing with time, forming majestic marble bridges. The huge bridge is about fifteen meters wide in its wider parts and almost hundred meters long. It consists of three arches, as the largest one is 45 meters high and 40 meters wide. The small bridge is at a distance of 200 meters from the large one along the river current. It is blocked, 60 meters long, with total height of 50 meters, and the height of the arch is 30 meters. There is also a really small third bridge after it, which is a ponor cave, in which the waters of Erkyupriya River disappear, to become visible again on the surface 3 kilometers farther.

Saturday, 13 October 2012

Huge Mysterious Eyeball Found on Florida Beach

Maybe reminiscent of the infamous Montauk monster, a massive eyeball has washed up on a Florida beach as if Florida needed anything else weird. It looks an awful lot like the huge squid eyeball we recently found on a behind-the-scenes tour of the Smithsonian. The strange eye washed up on Florida’s Pompano Beach, where it was found by a beachcomber. Instead of whisking it away, as was the case in Montauk, the fine citizen handed it over to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Scientists will use genetic testing to try to figure out who the eye belonged to. The primary suspect right now is that it would be a big fish, such as a swordfish, tuna, or deep-water fish. It most likely is a squid eye other things with eyes that big fish, cetaceans have them imbedded in hard tissue. Squid eyes are in comparatively soft tissue and more likely to dislodge as in the photo you sent. A quick DNA analysis could easily sort it out for you. That appears to be bones around the eye, so that would rule out a squid.

Wednesday, 10 October 2012


"That is a Moonmelon, scientifically called as asidus. This lovely fruit grows in some parts of Japan, and it’s recognized for its strange blue color what you most likely don’t know about this fruit, is that it can switch flavors after you eat it, everything sour will taste sweet, and the whole thing salty will taste bitter and it gives water a strong orange-like taste, this fruit is very expensive and easily called lavish fruit, and it coasts about 16000 JPY (which is about 200 dollars)" 

Ant Snapped in a tiny sphere of water

Trapped in a small just right sphere of water, this inauspicious ant is unable to escape. A sudden downpour gave it no time to take cover, and photographer Adam Gormley was there to depict the image. Adam, from Noosaville, Queensland, Australia, had been photographing spiders in his neighbor’s garden when the rain came down. He had no thought there was an ant in one of the three millimeter droplets until he watched the images later. Adam said: I was thinking it some dirt inside the drop, and it was not my main focal point, I really liked the way the drop was sitting on the aloe-vera leaf, with the tiny hairs. When I uploaded the image to my PC with large view, and I think I shouted out loud in pleasure when I realized what I'd captured by accident!