Thursday, 15 December 2011

shockingly!Dangerous Animals

10 worlds most dangerous animals
Rhinos, hyenas, alligators – devastating human predators, right? Wrong! Though an attack by one of these beasts would surely mean bad news, they’re statistically least likely to kill a human. Check out the most deadly animals in the world, discover how they mete out their punishment and, most importantly, find out how to avoid them!
danger mosquito

The mosquito

Yes, the humble mosquito. What we Brits regard as an annoying pest is actually the most dangerous creature on the planet, thanks to its ability to spread disease with alarming efficiency. Best known for spreading deadly malaria, mossies also spread elephantiasis, yellow fever, dengue fever and West Nile virus, which was recently introduced to the US and is now prevalent in all states.
Responsible for: An estimated 2-3 million fatalities a year.
Hangs out in: Worldwide; harmful in Africa, Asia and North America.
Method of dispatch: Using serrated mouth parts, female mosquitoes pierce the skin and inject saliva containing a thinning agent to liquidise the blood. Most people won’t know that they have been bitten until the immune system reacts, resulting in red, itchy bumps that continue to itch for days after the initial bite.
Useful avoidance techniques: Mosquito nets treated with DDT are the most effective way to keep them at bay, as well as combative sprays and treatments that can be applied directly to the skin. Wear light-coloured, long clothes in the evening. If travelling to malaria zones, ensure that you take your full course of tablets before, during and after your stay.

danger snake

The venomous snake

Though there are more than 2,000 species of snake, 450 of which are venomous, only 250 are capable of killing a man. That’s little consolation to the thousands who meet a nasty death due to snake bites each year – it’s usually members of local populations who bear the brunt as they live and work where snakes inhabit and usually wear no protective gear.
Responsible for: An estimated 50-125,000 fatalities a year.
Hangs out in: Africa, Asia and North America.
Method of dispatch: Snakes are very fast and any part of the human body is a good place for a bite, seeing as the venom can flow into the bloodstream within minutes; although those near major veins and arteries will travel faster. Snakes use their venom to paralyse their prey. A fully grown king cobra can rear up so it looks a man in the eye; others can spit venom into the eye. Nasty.
Useful avoidance techniques: Unsurprisingly, most people come a cropper when they try to harass a snake or draw close to it. Snakes will usually only attack if they’re feeling threatened so the short answer is: stay away! Wear stout boots if hiking and check either side of paths. Don’t mess about looking under rocks or fallen vegetation as you’ll get more than you bargained for. If you come across a snake, back away very slowly, as it can strike to half its length and sudden movements are likely to alarm it.

danger scorpion

The scorpion

Highly deadly and twice as ugly, the scorpion is a nasty critter that is probably responsible for more deaths per year than recorded, due to the isolated places they hang out and probable lack of access to antivenin. However, out of an estimated 1,500 species of scorpion worldwide, only around 25 are regarded dangerous.
Responsible for: An estimated 800-2,000 fatalities a year.
Hangs out in: Worldwide; particularly Africa, the Americas and Central Asia.
Method of dispatch: Scorpions paralyse their prey by pumping deadly venom through the obvious curved stinger at the end of their tails. As with all venom, humans are particularly susceptible if they are allergic – though the African spitting scorpion, who scuttles around Africa, is the most venomous, as it is able to spray venom up to a metre. Yuk.
Useful avoidance techniques: Scorpions become active at night and lie low during the day, so be sure to shake out any bedding, clothing or anything close to the ground before use. Be vigilant at night and wear thick socks.

danger cats

Big cats

These big cats certainly mean business. With destruction of their natural habitat and a decline in prey species, particularly concerning the tiger and North American mountain lion or cougar, attacks on humans are increasing. The African lion is the biggest and most feared of big cats, but holidaymakers on safari are 100 per cent safe viewing from a vehicle, unless they decide to take a closer look and step down. Mountain lions are found in many national parks and are responsible for six attacks a year in the US and Canada.
Responsible for: An estimated 800 fatalities a year.
Hangs out in: Africa, North America and India.
Method of dispatch: Tigers generally attack from the back and look to bite the jugular or break the neck. Mountain lions stalk their prey and often attack from a vantage point. Presumably they then set about mauling the victim in a manner identical to that we’ve all seen in countless nature programs.
Useful avoidance techniques: To avoid a heinous attack by a big cat, stare them in the eye and don’t look away. To make yourself appear larger by opening your coat; they are unlikely to attack a larger animal, particularly in the case of a mountain lion. DO NOT turn and run – you may as well flash a neon sign asking to be attacked. They can outrun you in any case. Shout, scream and throw stones. If one has you, punch its nose and eyes.

danger crocodile

The crocodile

Crocodiles are dreaded prehistoric creatures capable of wreaking a terrible punishment on puny human flesh. North American, Estuarine and Nile crocodiles are the most dangerous and probably kill more people yearly than figures show due to the isolated areas where attacks are likely to take place and distance from help. One meal will keep a crocodile sated for a good while, so they like to wait in the water for the perfect time to strike.
Responsible for: An estimated 600-800 fatalities a year.
Hangs out in: Africa and Australia.
Method of dispatch: With terrifying speed, crocodiles can launch themselves out of the water like a missile and latch hold of their prey. They then go into a death roll, spinning the victim around and around to disorientate, thereby lessening its chance of escape.
Useful avoidance techniques: Straight from the society of stating the obvious: do not swim in areas where there are crocodiles. It may be hot, and you may want a swim, but the croc will see you coming and the rest doesn’t bear thinking about. If you’re unfortunate enough to be grabbed, shout, scream, claw… and pray.

danger elephant

The elephant

Despite their friendly and approachable image thanks to zoo feeding times, these herbivores kill an alarming amount of people every year. Elephants are unpredictable creatures, and have been known to kill zookeepers who have been with them for as long as 15 years. It is recorded that even the tamest of elephants can attack without warning, though it is thought that most elephants do not realise the harm they do with almost no effort.
Responsible for: An estimated 300-500 fatalities a year.
Hangs out in: Africa and India.
Method of dispatch: Considering their huge size – the average elephant weighs over 6 tons – they trample and gore using their fearsome tusks and are capable of causing untold amounts of devastation.
Useful avoidance techniques: General advice on avoiding an elephant attack seems to be: don’t startle the beast; he is more likely to charge if he feels intimidated. If the elephant seems intent on charging, make as much noise as you can and try to put it off – otherwise scale the nearest tree (large enough so that the elephant cannot knock it down, of course).

danger hippo

The hippopotamus

At first glance, these wallowing river-horses appear to be bulky, lazy beasts and not the fearsome predators you would expect to have a habit of mauling humans. However, with gaping mouths that can open four feet wide and swinging sledgehammer heads, as well as the fact that they can outrun us on land, these highly aggressive animals have plenty of scope for destruction and are considered one of the most dangerous of African animals.
Responsible for: An estimated 100-150 fatalities a year.
Hangs out in: Lakes, rivers, wallows – in fact any water – in Africa.
Method of dispatch: Hippos will charge, trample and gore victims with alarming ferocity, often when they are blocked from deep water or someone is standing between the hippo and their calf. They have also been known to upturn boats and canoes without provocation and feast on the victim within, despite being herbivores.
Useful avoidance techniques: Surprising hippos is a big no-no. If canoeing in hippo waters, rap on the side of the boat with your paddle to warn any wallowing occupants that you are close by, therefore giving them a chance to move to deeper waters. If you surprise them on land where they feel most vulnerable, do not block their escape route to water.

danger jellyfish


The sting-masters of the sea, Jellyfish are usually passive drifters who use their tentacles to dredge up small prey. However, anyone who becomes entangled with a jellyfish will experience degrees of pain from a nasty nip to excruciating pain, depending on the species. The box jellyfish is one of the most venomous marine creatures in the world; a sting can kill a man within minutes and most fatalities occur following a brush with a toxic jelly like this.
Responsible for: An estimated 100 fatalities a year.
Hangs out in: Northern Australia, Papua New Guinea, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
Method of dispatch: The jellyfish unwinds its coiled stinging tentacles, fires them at the victim and then pumps their venom to paralyse the unfortunate recipient, usually manifesting itself as cardiac arrest in humans.
Useful avoidance techniques: If swimming in an area where there are known jellyfish, wear a sting-suit. However, if you are stung, get out of the water pronto and apply vinegar to any stings remaining embedded in the flesh to remove the venom, then brush or lift off using a credit card, stick or similar.

danger shark

The shark

Sharks have a terrible reputation thanks to films such as Jaws and Deep Blue Sea, but it’s one not entirely without cause. It seems that although great whites are often blamed for unprovoked attacks on humans, it is more likely to be down to those snappy bull sharks, who are very aggressive. Out of 360 species, only four are known killers: tiger, great white, oceanic whitetip and bull sharks. However, as we’ve seen with bears, although there are a high number of shark attacks, actual fatalities are fairly low.
Responsible for: An estimated 100 fatalities a year.
Hangs out in: Florida, Australia, Hawaii and South Africa.
Method of dispatch: Sharks attack the only way they can – by lunging with fearsome teeth. Sharks can grip their prey easily in their powerful jaws and are capable of biting through almost anything.
Useful avoidance techniques: Don’t wear yellow or orange, as sharks have good eyesight and these colours in particular seem to irritate them. If you are cut, get out of the water as they will smell blood from miles away. Engage in your aquatic recreation in groups – sharks are more likely to attack solitary prey. If you are attacked, punch the shark on the nose and claw the eyes and gills as these are sensitive spots.

danger bear

The bear

Forget gentle Ben – when a bear rears on its hind legs you know you’re in trouble. Although bears have a fearsome reputation, you are statistically more likely to survive a bear attack than to perish, but that’s small consolation to those who are faced with a bristling bear. With five attacks in Canada in 2005 alone, it seems that they’re on the increase due to human destruction of, and encroachment on, bears’ natural habitat.
Responsible for: An estimated 5-10 fatalities a year.
Hangs out in: North America, Canada, North Pole, Russia and isolated pockets around the world.
Method of dispatch: There are many different sub-species of bear and not all of them are vicious. However, the polar, black and grizzly varieties are deadliest. Bears will trample, maul and generally savage their prey until they’re frightened off or finish the job; and will attack for a variety of reasons, hunger being one. You should always keep food well away from your camp.
Useful avoidance techniques: If you are faced with an angry bear (categorised by snorting, false bluffs, ground beating, etc), slowly back away from the bear, watching it all the while. DO NOT turn and run. If it continues to act aggressively, you should respond in kind by shouting and throwing sticks and stones while continuing to back away. If a bear is upon you, fight back as you will stand a better chance of survival than if you play dead.

Thursday, 1 December 2011

Amazing Microscope shots pictures..

msa tngah browse..nk cari psal microbiology,terjumpa plak gmbar2 ni!
just nak share gmbar bnda kecik2 yg kita tk beberapa ambik endah..kan

copy paste je ;)

1 – A wood or heathland Ant, Formica fusca, holding a microchip
02 – The surface of an Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory silicon microchip
03 – Eyelash hairs growing from the surface of human skin
04 – The surface of a strawberry
05 – Bacteria on the surface of a human tongue
06 – Human sperm (spermatozoa), the male sex cells
07 – The nylon hooks and loops of velcro
08 – Household dust which includes long hairs such as cat fur, twisted synthetic and woolen fibers, serrated insect scales, a pollen grain, plant and insect remains
09 -The weave of a nylon stocking
10 – The end of the tongue (proboscis) of a hummingbird hawkmoth
11 – The head of a mosquito

12 – A human head louse clinging to a hair
13 – The eight eyes (two groups of four) on the head of a Mexican red-kneed tarantula
14 – Cut hairs and shaving foam between two razor blades
15 – Cigarette paper
16 – The corroded surface of a rusty metal nail
17 – The head of a Romanesco cauliflower
18 – The fungus Aspergillus fumigatus
19 – Mushrooms spores
20 – A clutch of unidentified butterfly eggs on a raspberry plant

Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Think positive in life

Read this interesting story.........

Once there was loving couple traveling in a bus in a
mountainous area. They decided to get down at some
place. After the couple got down at some place the
bus moved on. As the bus moved on, a huge rock fell
on the bus from the mountain and crushed the bus to
crumbs. Everybody on board was killed. The couple
upon seeing that, said,

"We wish we were on that bus"

Why do u think they said that?

Scroll down for answer It is a 100% challenge that u
will have a wrong answer to the question asked in the

------------------- Answer !!!! -------------------

If they had remained on the bus instead of deciding to
get down, the

resulting time delay could have been avoided and the
rock would have

fallen after the bus had passed ...!!!

Think positive in life always and look for
opportunities when u can help others.

Monday, 31 October 2011

albino what?

Everyone knows what albino is..right? If you dont know it means an organism exhibiting deficient in pigment and usually has a milky or translucent skin, white or colorless hair, and eyes with pink or blue iris and deep-red pupil..

Did you know animals have them too? i know right..and they are beautiful.
wanna bet?

amazing..albino animals are so rare that if i'm not mistaken they even have special names for these animal!

Sunday, 30 October 2011

While everyone watched Football.. I was at Tony Roma's

Malam smlm sume tergesa gesa tngok perlawanan Final N.sembilan ngan Terengganu..
kat Stadium Melawati tu penooh..kalau nk lalu kat area seksyen 13 tu gerenti jam!

Memandangkan saya tak tengok bola.heh. Saya pegilah ke Sunway with uncle and auntie yg tersayang tnpa rasa bersalah tk tonton tv mlm tu..haha

Masa tuh sume nk makan STEAK..sebab baru lpas tngok Man vs Food kami pegilah ke Sunway Pyramid..Mak ai!jam jugak.ala..Saturday night..

Saya tk pernah makan kat Tony Roma's ni jadi ni lah pngalaman yg tk dpt dilupakan.

Sebaik je smpai kat Restaurant tuh..nampak jack sparrow..haha.tak ah waiter dressed cam pirate..kenapa? Haloween laa!

Bila masuk tuh Ya Allah..mcm rumah hantu..ngan fake spider web mengelilingi dinding, skeleton gantung sini sana..since dia empat steak..tulang2 steak dibuat sbagai hiasan bersepah kat lantai..sngat creative.

kami pon order la.. O.o tak tau nk mkn apa..sume nmpak sedap.haha
dengan variety of pasta dia..ribs..dessert and dont forget STEAKS dia!

Semua berhajat sbnrnya nk makan steak. Saya pulak nak juga tapi takut tak habis je..
saya pon order la Short ribs..nmpak sedap!

i know raaait! tpi looks can b deceiving..hmm

Because it was bigger and thicker..tinggi jari telunjuk saya..2 pieces plak tuh.
it looked like this..

hehe..managed to finish half je..yelah besar hamster dia bagi!nasib laa rmai lagi yg boleh tolong habiskan..
tapi over all sedap jugak..klau kelaparan and ada perut yg begging for steak masa tuh..

lepas tuuh..nak jalan lpas tuh sepatutnya kaki yg cramp..rupanya perut!
TOO MUCH baggage dlm perut kuu..

Thursday, 27 October 2011

deep fried chicken wings are the best..but fish hands?

A fish with hands

Fishes are strange enough as they are, but what is even stranger are fishes with hands? It's so weird. The pink handfish, as it is called, is a part of the handfish family, and is last seen in 1999.

 It is now one of the newly named species of the handfishes, among nine others. This very odd fish doesn’t swim, and that explains why it’s located at the bottom of the ocean. It uses its “hands” that are supposed to be fins, to walk around. 

Tasmania, an Australian island, is the place where the nine fishes have been found, to be completely precise, around the city of Hobart. It is probably the place to be for a handfish, because all the 14 species of this kind are found nearby southeastern Australia. 

The little pink creature is only 4 inch large (10 cm), and the scientists don’t know that much about its behavior because it has been poorly studied. Speaking of strange fishes, here is one that is considered as the ugliest sea creature – the Sea Pig.

Gods creation.As always we are mesmerized by his ability :)
okay.. so don't actually EAT this fish with hands..just say ohh thats something you don't see everyday...

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Drink a lot of water!but timing is everything :)

Found this earlier and wanted to share with u guys..


It is popular in Japan today to drink water immediately after
waking up every morning. Furthermore, scientific tests have proven its value. We publish below a description of use of water for our readers. For old and serious diseases as well as modern illnesses the water treatment had been found successful by a Japanese medical society as a 100% cure for the following diseases:
Headache, body ache, heart system, arthritis, fast heart beat, epilepsy, excess fatness, bronchitis asthma, TB, meningitis, kidney and urine diseases, vomiting, gastritis, diarrhea, piles, diabetes, constipation, all eye diseases, womb, cancer and menstrual disorders, ear nose and throat diseases.
1. As you wake up in the morning before brushing teeth, drink 4 x 160ml glasses of water
2. Brush and clean the mouth but do not eat or drink anything for 45 minute
3.. After 45 minutes you may eat and drink as normal.
4. After 15 minutes of breakfast, lunch and dinner do not eat or drink anything for 2 hours
5. Those who are old or sick and are unable to drink 4 glasses of water at the beginning may commence by taking little water and gradually increase it to 4 glasses per day.
6. The above method of treatment will cure diseases of the sick and others can enjoy a healthy life.
The following list gives the number of days of treatment required to cure/control/reduce main diseases:
1. High Blood Pressure (30 days)
2. Gastric (10 days)
3. Diabetes (30 days)
4. Constipation (10 days)
5. Cancer (180 days)
6. TB (90 days)
7. Arthritis patients should follow the above treatment only for 3 days in the 1st week, and from 2nd week onwards – daily..
This treatment method has no side effects, however at the commencement of treatment you may have to urinate a few times.
It is better if we continue this and make this procedure as a routine work in our life. Drink Water and Stay healthy and Active.
This makes sense .. The Chinese and Japanese drink hot tea with their meals ..not cold water. Maybe it is time we adopt their drinking habit while eating!!! Nothing to lose, everything to gain...
For those who like to drink cold water, this article is applicable to you.
It is nice to have a cup of cold drink after a meal. However, the cold water will solidify the oily stuff that you have just consumed. It will slow down the digestion.
Once this 'sludge' reacts with the acid, it will break down and be absorbed by the intestine faster than the solid food. It will line the intestine.
Very soon, this will turn into fats and lead to cancer. It is best to drink hot soup or warm water after a meal.
A serious note about heart attacks:
· Women should know that not every heart attack symptom is going to be the left arm hurting,
· Be aware of intense pain in the jaw line.
· You may never have the first chest pain during the course of a heart attack.
· Nausea and intense sweating are also common symptoms.
· 60% of people who have a heart attack while they are asleep do not wake up.
· Pain in the jaw can wake you from a sound sleep. Let's be careful and be aware. The more we know, the better chance we could survive...
A cardiologist says if everyone who gets this mail sends it to everyone they know, you can be sure that we'll save at least one life.
Please be a true friend and send this article to all your friends you care about.