"Coconut crab (Birgus latro) can weigh up to nine pounds, measure three feet across, and climb trees to hunt for coconuts. This bird stood no chance against its powerful claws"
"Todd Pilgrim has been unsuccessfully but legally hunting for a bison for 14 years. He shot the bison twice in the lung area with 338 ultra-mag bullets. Todd tracked the the wounded bison for about four hours, the first two hours with his buddy Fred, then alone for the last two hours.Todd found a fresh bed where the bison laid down, then he was struck by a angry bison that was just protecting himself from a predator. Todd escaped from being underneath the bison, then ran to a tree. The bison chased him around the tree, then gave up the chase, walked away 20 feet. Todd picked up his rifle and killed the bison. Todd went over and knelt down by the bison with his arms wrapped around the bison neck crying, "I'm sorry for killing you man, I really am, please forgive me". Todd is done hunting forever, he'll never kill another living thing and he's selling all his guns. He patted the bison on the chest, while blood dripped on over the bison's chest fur from his nasty forehead gash, the same chest that almost crushed Todd's skull. Todd, teary-eyed in one eye and blood filling the other eye, thanked the bison for giving up his life for him. He's writing a new book entitled, The Life and Times of 'Biscuit, the Teenage Male Bison'."
Foot Arch Pain, Sharp Pain In Heel, Pain In Foot, Achilles Heel Pain, Chronic Plantar Fasciitis
What is Plantar Fasciitis?
Plantar fasciitis is a common injury that affects the heel of a person’s foot.
The arches of the feet are supported by a tough and fibrous tissue known as the plantar fascia and when this tissue is used repetitively, injury may occur.
It can be easy to overuse the feet, especially when participating in activities such as sporting events.
Hence, plantar fasciitis is more commonly found in athletes or others who are constantly using their feet for long durations.
With excessive use, the planar fascia will eventually give in and this condition may also be progressive.
Runners and those who are known to participate in similar activities need to ensure that they do not damage this important band of tissue.
In addition, body weight could be a factor that leads to the occurrence of plantar fasciitis.
If a person is overweight, the feet and subsequently the plantar fascia tissue could become overwhelmed.
Improper footwear could also cause a strain on the plantar fascia tissue and this could gradually become severe over time.
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This man is unbelievably awesome, I still can’t believe my eyes he did that and scored the highest. Would anyone like to challenge him?
Giant piano? No, this is the grandest piano you have ever seen, and this is the piano where you play with your feet and not with your hand or fingers. Amazing, isn't it?
This goalkeeper is too concentrated on the players, lost the track of the ball at his feet and shoots a blank. Totally hilarious.
Fresh from The American Society for Dermatologic Surgery's (ASDS) annual conference, leading Dermatologist Dr. Macrene Alexiades-Armenakas shares the latest buzz in aesthetics.
The poor kid was holding by the ropes, drowning in water; afraid and crying. Fortunately, this girl saved him by putting his feet to the ground.
Info from Licensor: "World-famous slackliner and Daredevil 'Sketchy' Andy Lewis continues to live up to his name as he attempts 260 meters (780ft) highline. Highlining is the modern day version of tightrope walking but without the use of a balance pole. This highline is especially unusual as one end of the slackline is anchored to a web-like structure that is suspended 450 feet above the canyon. This web structure, also known as 'The Spacenet', is the brainchild of Andy and inspired by the Ewoks of Star Wars who's civilization lived in trees. As a spectator, it takes your breath away as Andy stands up and takes his very first step. And even though he is anchored in, he has hundreds of feet to walk out to his destination, and there are hundreds of feet below him. If the slackline were to rupture, Andy's harness would not be enough to save him from falling to his death. After a few falls, Andy manages to make it out to the Spacenet. An impressive sight!"
Info From Licensor: "Going from 0-130mph in less than a second... The Human Catapult! BASE jumpers are launched into the air, at times taking on over 6 G's, making even the scariest of roller-costers and theme park rides look tame. Two world-renonewed BASE jumpers and daredevils, Chris "Douggs" McDougall and Jimmy Pouchert traveled to Dubai to set up the human catapult, a device inspired by none of than Leonardo DaVinci. Eric Straub, the engineer behind this modern-day catapult, took DaVinci's design and modernized it and built the custom pulleys and board that Chris and Jimmy used to be launched 300+ feet into the air. Along with the help of Go Fast Energy Drink and Skydive Dubai, Chris and Jimmy were able to make every BASE jumper's dream of being launched into the air a realty. Jimmy quoted the experience before liftoff as, "When you are lying on that board and there is 50,000 pounds waiting to drop, the tension is palpable. If anything goes wrong, there is literally nothing you could do to stop it. You are lying there, looking at the crane tips 200 feet away, knowing that once you are released, it will take one second to get to (the top of) them - 200 feet in one second. We didn't have a g force meter, but we assume it is a moment of possibly 7g's and then it immediately starts to slack off once you are traveling." Chris McDougall and Jimmy Pouchert are two of the world's most respected BASE jumpers, both inside the BASE community and in popular culture. Both men combined have thousands of skydives, BASE jumps, and wingsuit jumps. They are highly skilled and talented jumpers, and having been in the sport for almost 20 years, are both dedicated to teaching the next generation of inspired athletes how to endure and prosper in the extremely dangerous and deadly, yet rewarding sport of BASE jumping." - Jimmy Pouchert & Chris Douggs Location: Dubai, United Arab Eremites Occurrence Date: 2013 Credit: Jimmy Pouch
Approximately 60 dogs and other animals were rescued from atrocious conditions in Sequatchie County, Tennessee. The animals, many in need of urgent veterinary care, were living in absolute filth.
Upon arriving at the property, the Sequatchie County Sheriff’s Department served a warrant and found a variety of medium and large mix-breed dogs living in cages throughout the house and outside, all covered in feces and trash. Initial veterinary findings include urine scalding, emaciation, dehydration, anemia, and feces crusted feet and coats. Rescuers found multiple deceased dogs in a freezer on the property.
The Humane Society of the United States worked alongside local authorities and partners to remove all of the animals from the property. All of the animals are being safely transported to HSUS Emergency Placement Partners where they will be thoroughly examined by teams of veterinarians and receive any necessary medical treatment.
This was an insane mini hoop shot done from over 40 feet!!