Furry snake A week ago, in the swamps of the province of Sakon Nakhon (Thailand), a 60 cm green snake covered with fur was discovered. Sam Chatfield, who is snake species coordinator at Wildlife ARC, an organisation that rescues and cares for injured animals, said that the creature could be a puff-faced water snake with algae growing on its scales.
Collision between Japanese and British catamarans on sail GP No injuries.
The damage forced the Japanese crew to abandon the day's test.
The British at fault get 6 penalty points over the season.
If the Japanese ship cannot be repaired by tomorrow for the rest of the event, the British sailboat will not be authorized to race that day. The race organizers are checking whether it is not possible to use equipment from the faulty catamaran to repair the Japanese equipment for the rest of the race.
Wait for it… Japanese student runs away not to be filmed by her girlfriend
Konnichiwa! Polish police special forces penetrating into a house, and sounds as if they are shouting "Konnichiwa!!!" in Japanese.
A “Goomba” bread A brioche reveals a Goomba, a character from Mario video games, when it is carefully cut in half. A video made by Japanese pastry chef Ran (@konel_bread).
Japanese animation in 1929 This is an adaptation of a folk tale from the Uji shui monogatari.
The story goes, a man who has a rather unbecoming wen on his face goes into the mountains to collect firewood. He takes cover from the storm in a hollow in a tree where he falls asleep. He wakes to the sounds of music, he investigates hoping to find people but instead stumbles upon demons. [sometimes depicted as Oni, here they are Tengu (yamabushi and karasu tengu] He joins in with the dancing much to the demons surprise.
The head demon was amused by his dancing and pleased by his polite disposition and requests that he returns again. As a form of insurance they need something precious of his to ensure his return. The wen on his face is called a fukurami in Japanese, fuku meaning luck (it's a kind of pun) seems a likely choice. The man is smart enough to keep up with their conversation and acts reluctant to part with it.
Now the demons demand it and promptly it's removed. The man's neighbor also has a wen he wants gone so, in the other mans place he goes to the mountain and dances for the demons. He does not show the proper respect and is a generally poor dancer so the demons give him the wen back.
When you live near steel mills (Netherlands) IJmuiden, The Netherlands. The guy was washing the railing a week before he made this video. In the port city of IJmuiden, there is a branch of the Indian company Tata Steel, which produces steel for world markets. The air is heavily polluted there.