10 Deadliest Water Creatures in the World

There are a number of hazardous creatures in the sea. Many can cause serious harm to unaware or inattentive divers. Some may even cause death, although this often depends on the amount of venom used, individual reactions, and nature of injury and location of accidents.

Here I have compiled some of the venomous deadliest water creatures. I may have missed out some so feel free to comment.

10 Fastest Mammals of Our Planet

If something moves, somebody else wants to know how fast it goes, and what version is fastest.  There’s no denying it, the need for speed is in our blood. These maximum recorded speeds recorded for mammals are measured over various short distances.

Here I have compiled some of the fastest mammals of our planet. I hope you will like it.

A member of the cat family, the cheetah leads the way as the world’s fastest mammal. It is Capable of speeds between 70-75 miles per hour. Cheetah has an accelerating speed of 0-60mph in just 3 seconds.

Wildlife and Wilderness from Savannah to Sea

LionPhoto: Chris Eason
The traditional safari is a wilderness trail in a jeep through the sprawling African plains with a wily and eccentric tour guide who has several fingers missing and numerous scars. There are many different kinds of wildlife safari you can experience, depending on what kind of animal you would like to see and how ‘wild’ you want them to be. At Kruger National park in South Africa, which spans an astonishing two million hectares of land, you can spot lions, leopards, elephants, zebras, rhinos and buffalos. The Galapagos Islands in the Pacific Ocean, just off the West coast of South America (Ecuador), is home to all kinds of unusual amphibians, mammals, fish, vertebrates and invertebrates, from land-dwelling giant tortoises and lizards to coast-waddling penguins and sea lions, to exotic insects, rainbow-coloured birds, angelfish, manta rays and hammerhead sharks.
Other popular (if slightly tourist-y) destinations include Kenya’s Tasavo and Amboseli National Parks or the Nature Reserves of Samburu and Masai Mara, or for those of you who hanker after a bit of luxury amongst the wilderness, there’s South Africa’s Singita private reserve where you can behold the magnificent Serengeti Wildebeest Migration.
Other options include spotting orangutans in Borneo, gorilla trekking in Rwanda, a tiger tour in northern India, walking safaris in Zambia, and elephant conservation in Thailand’s Khao Sok National Park. As a general rule, group tours are less effective than the more exclusive and isolated safari experiences, and because of this, the best safaris tend to be the most expensive. But there’s a lot to be said for getting up close – or as close as you dare – to such wild (and often unpredictable and dangerous) beasts in their own territory.

10 Most Popular Guard Dogs of the World

Guard Dogs belong to the special breed category because they possess special talent or skill that make them naturally effective as protectors of life and property. Btw have you ever wondered that what is the difference between a watch dog and a guard dog?
Both guard dogs and watch dogs bark to alert their owners of an intruder’s presence and scare away the intruder. The watch dog’s function ends here; a guard dog is capable of attacking or restraining the intruder.
Here are some of the most popular guard dogs from around the world. I may have missed out some so share your guard dog’s suggestions in comments section.
German shepherd

South Africa's World Heritage Game Reserve

Hippos at Lake St LuciaPhoto: Fihliwe
Life is short and sweet really. We often forget how quick it comes and goes. We get so caught up with our jobs, fancy cars, and rock star houses. When last have you asked yourself: “When will I get to start living and stop chasing life?” Money implications keep us awake at night, and all the financial burdens result in our illnesses and suffering. All that high-speed living and chasing will kill us all eventually!

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