Created by crossing a wild Caracal and an Abyssinian cat, the Caracat is currently the world’s rarest and most expensive cat breed. It numbers only 30 specimens, and owning one costs 1.5 million Russian rubles, or $23,400.
Wild Caracals have long been revered for their exotic Continue reading “Owning a Specimen of the World’s Rarest, Most Controversial Cat Breed Costs $23,000”
Have you ever dealt with dry, itchy eyes? They may sting, feel gritty or overly sensitive. This is a common condition that affects as many as one in three people. Now, what if I told you that using coconut oil for eyes could ease discomfort naturally?
Also known as keratitis sicca or xerophthalmia, dry eyes can result when tear fluid is produced too slowly or evaporates too quickly. While it’s common to ease discomfort the obvious way — by adding more fluid to the eyes in the form of eye drops — it’s important to investigate what’s behind this seemingly simple, yet potentially complex problem.
WHAT CAUSES DRY EYES?
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Turkish R&D Company Letrons has built a full-scale, driveable BMW Transformer that can be remotely operated and features: neck and head movements; dynamic hydraulic controls; arm and hand movements; and a dynamic lighting system.
In the demo video below you can see the car turn into a transformer. Letrons is based in Ankara, Turkey, for more information check them out at the links below.
MEXICO CITY, Dec. 29 (UPI) — Bullfighter Karla de los Angeles was tossed over a bull’s head and gored twice Sunday as she went in for the kill at Mexico City’s famous Plaza Mexico.
De los Angeles suffered 5-inch gashes on her right thigh and left buttock when the bull, named Gamusino, tossed her over his head and pierced her with his horns at Monumental Plaza Mexico, the Continue reading “Female bullfighter, five others gored in Mexico arena”
If nothing else, California’s earthquake is a reminder that nature doesn’t always play nice. Floods, cyclones and the like take a toll everywhere they hit. But just where do these disasters occur the most?
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This file photo shows the entrance to the Specialized Criminal Court in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia has handed down a 2-year prison sentence to an activist on charges that he used Twitter to encourage protests against the ruling Al Saud regime and to urge the release of political prisoners.
The unnamed man was found guilty and sentenced to jail by the Specialized Criminal Court in Riyadh on Wednesday for his tweets, among other offenses. Continue reading “Saudi activist given 2-year jail term over tweets”
1. Skinless chicken
Lean meat like chicken breasts, fish, and beans are packed with protein. While you’re digesting them, your body breaks protein down into amino acids to help build cells back up. Having plenty available will make it easier to repair and rebuild skin cells and the collagen that gives your skin structure. Try to squeeze a bit of lean protein into every meal, especially if you’re showing these signs of protein deficiency.
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