Respect!!

Heroic Hugh Herr enjoys nothing more than scaling a cliff – even though both his legs were amputated after a disastrous climbing expedition when he was a teenager.
As if conquering a 200ft rock face wasn’t hard enough, one of his prosthetic legs fell off during his latest climb – but he calmly waited for it to be roped back up to him before making it to the top.
Mr Herr runs a lab making bionic legs at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and insists artificial limbs are an advantage.

Watusi bull

Watusi bull

This is Lurch, Lurch was born in Missouri, USA and is currently known as the bull with the largest horn in the world, the proud bearer of the world’s largest horns.

Lurch is a Watusi bull living in an Animal shelter, whose horns measure 92.25 cm and weigh more than 100 pounds each. He’s quite the attraction in his home state and he’s favorite pass-time is acting as bodyguard for a crippled horse that’s being harassed by fellow horses.

The Grey Peacock Pheasant


The Grey Peacock Pheasant, also known as Burmese Peacock Pheasant, is a large Southeast Asian member of the order Galliformes.

Rock of Cashel, Ireland

Rock of Cashel, Ireland

Also known as Cashel of the Kings and St. Patrick’s Rock, is a historic site located at South Tipperary, Ireland.