The Most Expensive Book in the World

The Most Expensive Book in the World
A rare copy of "the most expensive book in the world" Fah Franco-American ornithologist John James Audubon and goes back to the nineteenth century recorded on Tuesday evening in London, a new record price, Which sold more than eight million euros, on the auction house said, "Sotheby's".

Natural 20 Pain Cures From Your Kitchen

Make muscle pain a memory with ginger
Make muscle pain a memory with ginger
When Danish researchers asked achy people to jazz up their diets with ginger, it eased muscle and joint pain, swelling and stiffness for up to 63 percent of them within two months. Experts credit ginger's potent compounds called gingerols, which prevent the production of pain-triggering hormones. The study-recommended dose: Add at least 1 teaspoon of dried ginger or 2 teaspoons of chopped ginger to meals daily.

Top 10 Bodybuilders in The World

1. Sergio Oliva
Sergio Oliva
Sergio Olivia was born on July 4, 1941 in Cuba. He won titles of 1965 Junior Mr. America – AAU, Most Muscular, 1966 Mr. World – IFBB, Overall Winner, 1966 Mr Universe – IFBB Winnera and 1985 Olympia – IFBB, 8th etc. His height is 5 feet 9 inches and has got a 20 inch arm.

Top 10 Prehistoric Fish Alive Today

10 Hagfish
Top 10 Prehistoric Fish Alive Today 
According to the fossil record, hagfish have existed for over 300 million years, which means they were already old when dinosaurs took over the world! Found in relatively deep waters, these animals are sometimes called slime eels, but they are not really eels, and actually, they may not even be fish at all,according to some scientists. They are very bizarre animals in all regards; they have a skull but lack a spine, and they have two brains. Almost blind, they feed at night on the carcasses of large animals (fish, cetaceans etc) which fall to the sea bottom. They owe their “slime eel” nickname to the fact that they produce a slimey substance to damage the gills of predatory fish; as a result, they have virtually no natural enemies.

Top 25 Universities Of The World

25. Kyoto University, Japan
Kyoto University, Japan
Kyoto University rated as 25th best university in World University Rankings. Founded in 1897, Kyoto University has deeply considered its traditions of liberal and academic freedom, educating many. We continue to actively maintain these principles, which are the foundation of academic freedom. Kyoto University places top priority on basic research, develops advanced technology leading to the acquisition of intellectual property, and then returns this knowledge to society through education, social cooperation, and the opportunity for lifelong education. Kyoto University has 3 campuses nestled in a basin, which forms the main part of Kyoto, a city which in tradition and culture of which Kyoto University is a part. 

Top 10 Pictures That Shocked The World

1. Tragedy of Omayra Sanchez (Frank Fourier)
Top 10 Pictures That Shocked The World
Frank Fournier captured the tragic image of Omayra Sanchez trapped in mud and collapsed buildings. The eruption of the Nevado del Ruiz volcano in Colombia 1985 triggered a massive mudslide. It devastated towns and killed 25,000 people.

After 3 days of struggling, Omayra died due to hypothermia and gangrene. Her tragic death accentuated the failure of officials to respond quickly and save the victims of Colombia’s worst ever natural disaster. Frank Fournier took this photo shortly before Omayra died. Her agonizing death was followed live on TV by hundreds of millions of people around the world and started a major controversy.

Top 10 Caribbean Islands

1. Anguilla
A sister of the Leeward island chain, Anguilla is truly one of the most romantic places on earth. Tucked away in the middle of the tranquil Caribbean Sea, a magical island lives and breathes a dynamic culture amidst a Garden of Eden of white sandy beaches and scintillating azure waters. As one sways with the ebb and flow of the gentle currents, you become a witness to nature’s perfect functions when left untouched.
The Caribbean is unlike any other place in the world. It is home to some of the most beautiful islands and waters you will find anywhere. You will see white sandy beaches and crystal blue waters filled with some amazing marine life. The cultures that you will encounter are among the most carefree and relaxing in the world.

Baobab Tree or Upside-Down Tree

Baobab Tree or Upside-Down Tree

Baobab or Upside-Down Tree grows in Africa and Australia. The legend says that after it was planted by God it kept moving, so God replanted it upside down. These trees can reach heights of 5 to 30 metres (16 to 98 ft) and have trunk diameters of 7 to 11 metres (23 to 36 ft). The cork-like bark is fire resistant and is used for cloth and rope. The leaves are used for condiments and medicines. The fruit, called "monkey bread", is rich in vitamin C and is eaten. The tree is capable of storing hundreds of litres of water, which is tapped in dry periods.

Mature trees are frequently hollow, providing living space for numerous animals and humans alike. Trees are even used as bars, barns and more. The Baobab also features as the Tree of Life in Disney's "Lion King", and is the centrepiece in Disney's Animal Kingdom.

Porcelain Desert

Porcelain Desert
The White Sands National Monument is a U.S. National Monument located about 25 km (15 miles) southwest of Alamogordo in western Otero County and northeastern Dona Ana County in the state of New Mexico, at an elevation of 4235 feet (1291 m). The area is in the mountain-ringed Tularosa Basin valley area and comprises the southern part of a 710-km² (275-mi²) field of white sand dunes composed of gypsum crystals.

Cow jump like a Horse

Cow jump like a Horse
"Luna" cow can jump like a horse? Well, that appears to be the case for "Luna," a Germany-residing cow who thinks she's a horse and behaves like one too. Schoolgirl Regina Mayer, who lives on a farm in Laufen, Germany, didn't worry when her parents couldn't afford to buy her a horse - she just trained her cow to ride instead, reports USA Today. The resourceful 15-year-old spent hours training Luna and the pair now go on long rides together. Luna can also jump over hurdles. After hours of arduous training, the pair regularly embark on long rides through the southern German countryside and do jumps over a makeshift hurdle of beer crates and painted logs, USA Today reports. "She thinks she's a horse," Regina joked. "When she wants to do something, she does it, when she doesn't, she doesn't. And she's often very headstrong but can also be really adorable."


At least she's cute to Regina. To her fellow bovines and real horses, the jury is still out, reports USA Today.
Regina said, "Cows don't like her. They're jealous because she always gets goodies." And the horses? They either run away in fear or, more to the talented cow's liking, they hop the trail and ride along with Luna and Regina.

World's Shortest Woman

World's Shortest Woman
The world's shortest woman, Hatice Kocaman,21 who is just 28 inches tall and weighing 15lbs is suffering from a rare bone disease that means, at 21-years-old, she has the body mass of an eight-year-old baby. Guinness World Record has officially granted the title of world's smallest woman to Hatice Kocaman, following to Khagendra Thapa Magar, Nepalese man who is the world’s shortest person at 25.8 inches.

The World’s Most Spectacular Roads

10. Stelvio Pass, Italy
Stelvio Pass, Italy
48 hairpin turns up to a 2757m (9045ft) pass in the Italian Alps, and Top Gear’s pick for “greatest driving road in the world.”

World’s 10 Most Colorful Chinatowns

1. Singapore
 World’s 10 Most Colorful Chinatowns
Singapore’s Chinatown, once home to the first Chinese settlers in what’s now a heavily Westernized city-state, is one of its few distinctly Asian neighborhoods. The enclave was home to the area’s earliest Chinese settlers. Several of its institutions, such as the Heritage Centre, Food Street, and Night Market, preserve the culture of its original inhabitants, while some areas of the district are designated national heritage sites. Many historic buildings remain as relics of the past, as well as to complement the otherwise modern landscape.
We have compile a list of most colorful Chinatowns in the world. Take a look at the some wonderful photos of these world’s  great Chinatowns. Please feel free to drop your comments.

Al Hakawati - Zabeel Park, Dubai

Al Hakawati - The Storyteller Zabeel Park, Dubai
The thyssenkrupp elevator award was a competition which asked architects to develop an iconic tall emblem structure for zaabeel park in dubai. For their proposal visiondivision designed a statue based around al hakawati – a storyteller, whose profession that goes way back in ancient arabic times and still is performed in the arabic world today. the statue will be a home of stories! ; a children’s library in its base and various spaces for performance and reading inside of the statue.
Al Hakawati - Zabeel Park, Dubai