Meet Olympia, she’s the biggest snowman, or shall we say, snowwoman ever built. The record was set by Jim Mann and his crew at Mt. Mann Jewelers in 2008 in Bethel, Maine. Olympia SnowWoman was 122 feet 1 inch (37.21 m) tall, and weighted 13,000,000 lbs. of snow…now that’s a lot of snow! The previous record was, surprisingly also set in Maine, but this time, we’re talking about a snowman built back in February 1999. Continue reading →
Alive insects bursting out of food, dead insects found in your food. Spiders, crickets, flies, cockroaches, ants, maggots…23 cases of insects discovered living in your food or ‘resting’ in it. No, you guys, it’s not another scientifical article about insects, yet it’s about these little ones unexpectedly reaching fruit bags, lunch boxes or restaurant dishes. Continue reading →
The most awkward things found in the toilet – read about 7 of the weirdest toilet bowl visitors. Iguana, squirrel, possum, pig, python, shark. It’s the typical image of a zoo. But what would be your reaction if instead of seeing this in a natural reservation you would discover them in your toilet? Continue reading →
Most Terrific and Huge Spider-Webs in the World – read about these 3 amazing stories of the widest spider webs ever seen.
Most of the people are afraid of only a single spider. How would you feel to see the entire area covered with large spider-webs and arachnids crawling all over the place? The following stories present you the places where millions of tiny spiders decided to make a huge home.