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Amazing Talented boy from India: What an Artist. Wow!


Amazing Hidden Talent Of India with his Unbelievable Passion for Musical Instrument.

Amazing Swinging Rock In India - Greatest Geological Miracle


Swinging rock lying in such a manner that a single person can swing this thousands ton rock with legs. During high wind velocity it strikes near by rock making loud noise which is known to near by villagers that swinging rock is being effected by high wind velocity.The site is at Bhinmal of District Jalore ,Rajasthan ,India.


Who wanna eat this big crazy Humbug at once?


Wow! What a Cotton Candy - Cotton Candy Making Art


Amazing way of cotton candy making at Ciqikou, Chongqing, China.

Beautiful Macro Dew Covered Dragonfly [Image]


Kingdom of Golden Lancehead : Dangerous Snake Island Ilha da Queimada Grande



Ilha de Queimada Grande, nicknamed Snake Island, is a 430,000-square-metre (43-hectare) island off the coast of the state of São Paulo, Brazil.

It is home to a species of fer-de-lance, the Golden Lancehead Viper (Bothrops insularis), which is one of the most venomous snakes in the world. Local legend claims there are five snakes to every square meter, while a documentary on the Discovery Channel claims that in some places there are as many as one snake per square meter. The Golden Lancehead is the only species of snake on the island, yet is considered in danger of extinction since it has no other habitat and might be wiped out by wildfire. The viper population is also at risk from inbreeding, effects of which are evident in the population.

Plans to build a banana plantation on the island fizzled, but this is likely the origin of the island's name, as in Portuguese, queimada is a name for a slash-and-burn fire (i.e., to clear land for agriculture); so, the island's name would mean "the island of the big land-clearing fire." For a long time, the island's only inhabitant was a lighthouse keeper. Currently, the Brazilian Navy bans civilians from the island, though scientists sometimes receive waivers.














Unusual & Weird Pepsi Flavours From Around The World - Weird Pepsi Flavors

Over the years Pepsi have come up with a lengthy list of alternative flavoured drinks both good and bad.

Most of the new flavours produced for the US & UK markets, such as Crystal Pepsi which was introduced in 1992 and sold until 1993 as a rival to New Coke, were quickly discontinued amidst poor sales.

Many of the different flavours featured in this gallery are regional variations from around the world.


Pepsi Cappuccino is widely available in Romania and Bulgaria with another coffee flavored cola called Pepsi Tarik that’s only on sale in Malaysia whilst Pepsi Twist has been successfully marketed in Brazil (with lime instead of lemon).

Pepsi X is an energy drink which contains more caffeine than regular Pepsi-Cola and in addition also contains taurine and guaranine, similar to other energy drinks such as Red Bull.

Another type is Pepsi Samba which was released in Australia in 2005. It is Pepsi with a tropical taste of tamarind and mango.

Others have only been produced or sold for a limited time, such as Pepsi Holiday Spice, a spicy Hanukkah/Christmas seasonal finish of ginger and cinnamon.

I think I’ll stick with regular Pepsi…







































Azuki Sweet Bean Pepsi (Japan)


Pepsi Holiday - cinnamon (USA and Canada)

Ice Cream (Russia)

Crystal Pepsi (USA, Canada, Australia and select parts of Europe)

Pepsi Gold - white sapote flavor (Japan, Germany, Finland and Central Europe)

Pepsi Mont Blanc - based on a French chestnut dessert (Japan)

Pepsi Pink - strawberry milk flavor (Japan)

Pepsi Shiso (Japan)

Pepsi Red - spicy ginger (Japan)

Pepsi Cappuccino (Russia and Romania)

Pepsi Jazz (USA)

Pepsi Baobab - monkey bread fruit flavor (Japan)

Pepsi Ice Cucumber

Pepsi Blue Hawaii - pineapple lemon flavored (Japan)


Fire (hot cinnamon) and Ice (cool mint) Pepsi (Guam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Philippines)

Pepsi Summer Chill - apple soda (Poland)

Pepsi White - yogurt flavored (Japan)

Pepsi Jazz (USA)



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