Boa – Night eaters

November 16, 2010 at 6:25 pm | Posted in Insects | Leave a comment

There’s no question snakes are some of the most dangerous creatures in the world. Snakes are feared for their poisonous bite as well as slithery and uncanny appearance. What separates the boa from other snakes is its amazing ability to hunt under zero visibility.

Boas - Snakes

Boas - Snakes

Boas possess temperature-sensitive receptors located between the eyes and nostrils. These organs can detect body heat from a considerable distance, in complete darkness, and therefore allow the boa to hunt as effectively at night as it does during the day.


Hummingbirds – Pint-sized helicopters

November 16, 2010 at 6:22 pm | Posted in Birds | Leave a comment

Hummingbirds are as cute as they come. In spite of their small size, hummingbirds never fail to inspire awe from any keen birdwatcher. However, these tiny birds aren’t as weak and clumsy as most people think.



The truth is, hummingbirds are born with several talents. First and foremost is the bird’s ability to hover in mid-air. No other bird can do that. In fact, their wings are so agile that most hummingbirds can go as fast as 15-80 wing flaps per second. The other talent is their ability to perceive colors that are well outside the visible range of human beings.

Sharks – Natural born hunters

November 16, 2010 at 6:22 pm | Posted in Fishes | Leave a comment

Sharks are some of the fiercest natural hunters on the planet. Period. When I say natural, it means no training involved whatsoever. Father sharks and mother sharks don’t teach baby sharks to hunt. That would be so sissy in the shark world.

Killer White Shark

Killer White Shark

Sharks are born with special cells in their brains that allow them to track down even the smallest fish hiding under sand on the ocean floor. These cells are sensitive to electrical fields in the water. When a fish swims or even breathes, the water around it generates electrical pulses that go off in every direction. A shark can pick up these signals from a mile away, and when it does, somebody ought to start swimming!

Bats – Sound trippers

November 16, 2010 at 6:20 pm | Posted in Birds | Leave a comment

One look and it’s clear to see that bats are extraordinary creatures. First and foremost, bat are mammals, not birds, which is why their bodies are covered with hair and not feathers. Also, bats are nocturnal animals, unlike most other birds.



The bat’s weirdest, and 10th most amazing on this list, characteristic is its ability to navigate the darkness with the use of soundwaves. Bats emit ultrasonic squeaks that bounces off of insects and other objects the soundwave comes into contact with. Then, from the echo, the bat determines the size, shape and distance of the object up ahead. Look Ma, no eyes!

Wpaper – Wallpapers

October 18, 2010 at 3:44 pm | Posted in WallPapers | Leave a comment

Hi All,

We are going to make a bigger territory of wallpapers. I hope you will see a big collection about 3D, Art, Fun, Nature, Reguler, Film, Mobile, Wild Life, Dirt Arena, PC, IT, Games and Electronics wallpapers here in this blog soon, so this is good place to those who love to decorate their desktops, lets get ready to take a unique collection from here.

Peter Jones.

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