We are talking about exotic animals, which can not be exported from their native country, but it still happens. Why? Yes, because a couple of flights for "exotic" can make a fortune. Unless, of course, law enforcement authorities can not detain smuggler. Let's see how many different animals are imported for the sake of profit.

Monkey DeBrazza
This monkey has a name thanks to the scientist who first discovered and identified this species. Monkey distributed mostly in Central Africa, and lives in swamps, in very humid. These monkeys are known to emit a very loud noises, being somewhat alarmed. In general, they look very unusual, plus very emotional.
All this allows to evaluate each member of the species in 7000 dollars.

Parrot Macau
These parrots are the world's largest flying parrots. The length of the bird is about one meter, the color - a sky-blue. Its size and appearance, plus the intellect, make the parrot is very attractive for lovers of exotic animals.
Usual Macau in forests of South America, and now the population is rapidly declining. By the way, it is not safe birds - their beaks can crush a coconut.
Cost of Macau is 12 thousand dollars.

Python
Python - the largest snake in India, its length may reach 4 meters, what is, very much. Adult python is quite capable of killing a man, his muscles are so powerful. The animal got into the "arms" python, turns into a bag full of broken bones. Power pythons incredible.
But despite all this, pythons are often kept as pets. Because of this, pythons have become an endangered species protected by law. By the way, pythons are also found in southern Asia.
The cost of a python is 15 thousand dollars.

Chimpanzee
Surprised? Yes, these animals we often see in various broadcasts on TV. If you remember, their genome by only 2% different from the human. And those two per cent still do a monkey man.
So, chimps live in West and Central Africa, trying to stay closer to chelvoeku. With its FSUs ozhesti per person, ability to exercise a wide range of emotions (including laughter), chimpanzees are very popular among fans of exotic animals.
Room chimps closer to 65 thousand dollars.

White Tiger
Actually, the white tigers are not a separate kind of tigers. It's just albinos, which under normal conditions do not survive. But in zoos, both in public and in private, white tigers live well.
Tigers Albino often found in home nurseries, representing a sort of pet (it is clear that home is a pet name still can not). So, the cost of the white tiger is 138 thousand dollars. Not bad, eh?


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I’m definitely noticing a trend with hands being used as a canvas for art and for advertising. What could be the underlying impetus for this wave? Inspired by body art in general, tattoo art? Do hands add a more “human” touch to the product presentation? Whatever the inspiration behind this trend, I like it.

Here are a few such advertisements that are sure to get your attention. And the minute we saw these advertisements, we remembered 'Hand Painting Art' created by Guido Daniele.






























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The Carroll High School Chargers powder puff cheerleaders perform a halftime routine for the crowd in Fort Wayne, Indiana.



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Held every six years, in the Nagano area of Japan, Onbashira Festival is believed to have continued uninterruptedly, for the last 1200 years.

Onbashira, literally translated as “the sacred pillars”, is a Japanese tradition that symbolizes the renewal of Suwa Grand Shrine. It consists of two phases: Yamadashi and Satobiki, the first held in April, and the second in May. Before Onbashira begins, 16 tree trunks, 200-year-old Japanese fir trees are cut down. Each tree can be up to 1 meter across, 16 meters tall and weigh up to 12 tons.

Yamadashi is translated as “coming out of the mountains” and is the most popular part of the festival. Teams of men have to drag the logs down the mountain, to Suwa Shrine. At some points they encounter steep slopes where they must slide the tree trunks. In a ceremony called Ki-otoshi, brave young men risk their lives by climbing on the trunks and riding the all the way down the muddy slopes. It takes 3 days to move the sacred tree trunks, over 10 kilometers, to the shrine.

Satobiki involves placing the logs at the four corners of the four buildings that make up Suwa Grand Shrine. Using ropes, teams have to pull up the giant tree trunks in a vertical position, with young men sitting on them. Those still on the logs after they are positioned, perform all sort of feats.

On Sunday, during the 2010 edition of Onbashira Festival, a man was crushed to death by a tree trunk, during Satobiki. One of the ropes came loose and hit the 38-year-old man in the head. Several others were injured in the accident.


















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