There’s a whole lot more. Here are 5 things that you will see for the first time in your life.
5. chimpanzee without hair
If you’ve ever wondered what a chimpanzee would look like without fur you can wonder no longer. While some animals are born hairless, others lose their hair for other reasons including chimpanzees.
They suffer from the autoimmune disorder alopecia. This causes hair loss and also occurs in humans. To say they look terrifying is possibly an understatement as the muscle-bound chimps strut their stuff both in the wild and in captivity.
They might be beautiful and create a lot of public interest but baby albino turtles are very rare with the sole Kado breed.
Most likely to be born with the condition they are also considered endangered but do tend to live longer than other albino animals on the planet.
3. stone forest
Since the Ming Dynasty from 1368 to 1644 this set of limestone groups has represented South China’s karst landscape. Considered the first wonder of the world, kunming stone forest is one of the most important attractions of Yunnan.
Located in Madagascar is a forest unlike any other. This forest is made of stone, in fact a visit to Kunming isn’t complete without a trip to the stone forest where natural stones of various formations including animals plants and even human figures can be found.
2. floating schools in Bangladesh.
Rising water levels often lead to floods and with that canceled classes for school children but the people of Bangladesh have come up with a novel way of fixing that.
In the northwest of Bangladesh tied up in the banks of the UH tri River is a small beige boat packed with narrow benches and occasionally boisterous children twenty-nine third graders fit into this narrow vessel sitting shoulder to shoulder.
The boats are the brainchild of a local charity who having seen the challenges that teachers face and resource poor communities decided to do something about it.
1. Moving house Tradition
When it comes to moving house we either pack up all our belongings ourselves, hire a u-haul or call in the professionals but one male community have an intriguing tradition that involves moving by hand. Now it sounds a little extreme and trust me it is.
Instead of moving to a new house in a new area of the village city or country they literally move the house. If you’re sick of the area you live in but still love the house it’s the perfect solution you simply gather up your nearest and dearest old hands and transport your home together to a new destination.
Obviously, the process is restricted to wooden homes and no doubt those of the smaller variety but it is a tradition that has long been forgotten and rarely practiced by the current generation of the Malay community. The tradition has been occasionally revived by the organizers of the lifting and carrying wooden houses program who have been known to get together to shift houses even just a short distance.
There are a lot of things us humans have never seen much less ever thought existed. There are also many things we’ve never heard of. Tell us what you think about these list in the comment section below.
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