The animal kingdom teaches us a lot, even the art of deception, as animals are masters of disguise. These images of camouflaging animals will definitely grab your attention and have you staring at the screen. So, get ready to spot the creature!! Can you spot the camouflaged platypelis grandis frog juvenile in the above picture taken at a national park in Madagascar? Join the peppered moth in the remarkable photograph above for a game of hide and seek.
Antilia, ($1 billion) the most expensive residence of the world is located in Mumbai, India and belongs to Mukesh Ambani, the world’s fifth richest man. Ambani spent around 5 percent of his fortune to build this house. The billion-dollar 27-storey mansion is 568 feet high with a total area of over 398,000 square feet of living space that features a 4 storey garden, six storey parking lot that holds Amabni’s 168 car collection, nine elevators to take to any floor each with a lounge and a gym. Apart from this, there’s a Krishna temple, bar, library, health club, a dance studio, a swimming pool, a ballroom, guestrooms, and a 50-seater cinema. Three helicopter pads have been installed on the roof. Six hundred people are employed to keep it running on a day-to-day basis. Villa Leopolda ($5
When an inmate is on death row, they get to spend a lot of time thinking about what their final meal will be. Most people order something obvious: steak and lobster, bacon and eggs or maybe their mom’s best recipe. But here are some of the ten strangest final meals by some of the most infamous serial killers and death row inmates known to date. Robert Dale Conklin was executed July 12, 2005 in Georgia for the murder of his ex-boyfriend. His last meal was: Filet mignon wrapped in bacon, de-veined shrimp sauteed in garlic butter with lemon, a baked potato with butter, sour cream, chives, and real bacon bits, corn on the cob, asparagus with hollandaise sauce, French bread with butter, goat cheese, cantaloupe, apple pie with vanilla bean ice cream and an iced tea. Hastings Arthur Wise wa
Banpo Bridge in Seoul, South Korea is the world’s longest double decker fountain bridge built on the top of the existing bridge, the Jamsu Bridge (which was designed to be regularly flooded and remains regularly submerged in the water of the river) over the river Han. It was built in the early 1980s. In the year 2009 they added the longest bridge fountain in the world called “The Magic Rainbow Fountain”. 1,495 meters long bridge has 10,000 LED lights running across both of its sides. Water for the fountain is pumped straight from the Han River and is recycled again and again. The pumps draw 10 tons of water each minute from the river. The nozzles shoot water close to 50 meters horizontally. When the fountain is not in action, the Banpo and Jamsu bridges can be clearly seen. The Helix Br
Toilet Museum or Haewoojae in Suwon, South Korea was built in 2007 by the first president of the World Toilet Association Sim Jae-duck also known as Mr Toilet, in which he lived until his death in 2009. The toilet park officially opened on 4 July 2012. It is a 2-story building (4,508 square feet) built in the shape of a giant loo. This museum displays toilet-themed works of art, European chamber pots and historical urinals shaped like little four-legged creatures with a round hole in place of a face, squat toilets, photographs of public toilets, information about the importance of sanitary bathroom facilities and lavatory (toilet) signs from around the globe. Sim’s own high-tech toilet is available to visitors which has a transparent door that clouds over when the facilities are in use. Th