Venus the Two-Faced Cat a Mystery !!!!

Venus the two-faced cat is currently the most famous feline on the planet.
Famous feline may have different DNA on each side of her body.

The three-year-old tortoiseshell has her own Facebook page and a Y
ouTube video that's been viewed over a million times, and appeared on the Today Show last week. (Watch National Geographic cat videos.)


Years pass by and our kidneys are filtering the blood by removing salt, poison and any unwanted entering our body. With time, the salt accumulates and this needs to undergo cleaning treatments and h
ow are we going to overcome this?


Ruth Davis alias Mignon, the penguin girl had seal limbs a disease called PHOCOMELIA. It is what gave her the penguin appearance.

Mignon was born in the early 1900′s, likely around 1910, with a condition called phocomelia. Phocomelia typically results in the stunting of limbs and the fusion of digits. In Mignon’s case her fingers were fused in such a way as to resemble flippers. Furthermore, as her truncated limbs forced Mignon to waddle rather than walk – her stage name of ‘The Penguin Lady’ was both apt and easily assigned.

Interesting Facts About WOODPECKERS

With the mention of woodpecker, the first thing that comes to everyone's mind is the long-billed bird that pecks woods rapidly. But, there is more to the pecking ability of this unique bird that separates it from other different types of birds. Here are some interesting facts about Wood Peckers :-

1. There are more than 180 species of woodpeckers worldwide, but none of them are found in Australia, Madagascar or New Zealand.

2. A woodpecker's tongue is up to 4 inches long depending on the species, and it wraps around the skull. Many woodpeckers have barbed tongues that help them extract bugs from trees and holes.

3. Woodpeckers can peck up to 20 times per second or 1200 times per minute!!!!

4. Woodpeckers don't get headaches from pecking. Their brains are tightly cushioned and protected.

Interesting Facts About HUMMING BIRDS

All birds are fascinating creatures, but there are many facts about hummingbirds that make them astonishing to even experienced birders. From physiological facts to lifestyle facts to distribution facts, hummingbirds are some of the most interesting of the nearly 10,000 bird species in the world. So, Here is list of interesting facts about humming Birds :-

1.The bee hummingbird is the smallest species of all birds and measures only 2.25 inches long and weighs only 1.8 grams on average.

2. Hummingbirds have only 1,000-1,500 feathers, the fewest number of feathers of any bird species in the world.

3. Hummingbirds lay the smallest eggs of all birds. They measure less than 1/2 inch long but may represent as much as 10 percent of the mother’s weight at the time the eggs are laid.

4. An average hummingbird’s heart rate is more than 1,200 beats per minute.