Two-headed cobra found in China

Two-headed cobra / naja

This is the first time to have found a double-headed cobra in China, and usually it is hard for them to survive after birth.

source:xinhua

A Norwegian cow with a heart-shaped marking on her forehead

Shiba Inu from Norway

There was a group of cow nearby where we stayed in up north Norway. They seemed so curious about us every time we passed by, particularly our dog Sesame which was also very excited for the cows. They ended up greeting each other by kissing gently, wasn’t it cute? And look at the black and white milk cow, it is amazing to find out there is a beautiful heart shaped marking on her forehead. I didn’t noticed this little magic until I travelled back home. What a pity, otherwise I would try my best to film the cows more. And it’s not a bad idea to let this special cow to be star for promoting the good quality of Norwegian dairy product.

Heart Shape Cow

The Winner of the World’s Ugliest Dog 2009

Although one would have the advantage by looking pretty most of the times, sometimes ugliness can become the advantage as well, at least in the world of dog. There are many beauty pageants for dogs and there is a contest for the ugly ones, let’s take a look at the winner of the world’s ugliest dog competition this year. It may scare you death, but the winner doesn’t care.

Pabst the boxer

the 21st Annual World's Ugliest Dog Contest

the world's ugliest pedigree dog

image source: UK Daily Mail

From an egg to a horse

The pregnancy of horse can be from eleven months and up to one year; and the mother usually likes to give birth at dawn and this can last from fifteen to thirty minutes. Right after a baby is born, the mother will lick his body thoroughly to improve blood circulation.  The baby will try to stand up very soon and go to his/her mother for food.

Below are the set of pictures from an egg to a foal.  It is very amazing.

via: Birth Of A Horse

A Frog that Lives in Elephant Dung

In a very dry environment without any water, it could be a disaster for human beings; but it could also be the heaven for some other living creatures. In Sri Lanka, there are three types of frogs which like to live inside elephants dung because of the humid condition which suits them well.  And because elephants cannot digest all the food taken, there are enough fibers and nutrients for the frogs and also mushrooms, insects.

Via: Mongabay – Frogs Species Discovered Living in Elephant Dung