The most mysterious island of Italy! What was going on there?

July 31, 2017

People say that the souls of the dead have not found peace and wander here, showing themselves. In the world, there is a huge number of gloomy and mysterious places. One of them is the island of Povella, located in the north of Italy. Around this island, many rumors have appeared because of the bloody and mysterious history of this place.     VIEW PHOTOS (8)

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A man saved, who drifted for 14 months in the open sea

July 31, 2017

Mexican Jose Ivan and his assistant went hunting for sharks … On one of the atolls of the Marshall Islands a man was found who drifted in the Pacific about 14 months. A boat with an exhausted wanderer was thrown onto a coral reef. Then the locals noticed him. The lucky name is Jose Ivan he is a shark hunter.   VIEW PHOTOS (8)

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12-year-oldself-taughtscientist, found the first skeletonofichthyosaurus

July 31, 2017

Mary Anning made many discoveries … In the XIX century, the position of a woman in England in relation to a man was almost comparable to the position of a dog in relation to a man. At these times, 12-year-old Mary Enning, a self-taught researcher, found the first skeleton of ichthyosaurus. Later to young scholar came to consult scientists with regalia.     VIEW PHOTOS (7)

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This cat’s island surprised the whole world

July 20, 2017

One of the bright and unusual places is the island of Aoshima, located not far from Shikoku, in the prefecture of Ehime. A tiny island, stretching 1.5 kilometers from the fuse to the east and just 0.5 kilometers from north to south, now inhabits only 15 inhabitants and … about 150 cats.   VIEW PHOTOS (7)

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This is not fantastic! The people of bajo exist

July 20, 2017

Traditionally, they live in the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia … They call themselves “sea gypsies” or seafarers of Bajao (bajo). This ethnic group of people, consisting of several indigenous tribes of Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines, has perfectly adapted to life in the water.   VIEW PHOTOS (7)

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