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According to a study published this week in the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, a frog living in Ecuador's western Andean cloud forest dubbed Pristimantis mutabilis can change the texture of its skin to conform to the texture it’s sitting on.
In 16th and 17th century Poland, people who died and were suspected of coming back to life as a vampire received a special kind of burial treatment – involving sharp, curved knives around their necks and rocks on their jaws.
DailyGossip.org publishes a complex review to "Shapeshifter Yoga" a new program that promises to teach users how to lose weight, fast and easily. Denver,
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Go and Get Healthy have completed a detailed review of the Shapeshifter Yoga program designed by Kris Fondran.
The creator of globally top ranked apps – Oldify 2, Baldify, Stacheify, and more – is primed to clear 50 million installs by year end. New York, NY (PRWEB)
DailyGossip.org publishes a complex review to Shapeshifter Academy Manual, the latest body modeling and weight loss program.
Construction sites are becoming popular scenes for discoveries of everything from long-forgotten artifacts to newly discovered species. In following that trend, a recent construction project near Gliwice, Poland uncovered a potential graveyard, which upon further investigation revealed a gruesome fate.
What do you do when a suspected Vampire is living in your neighborhood? You and a hoard of your closest friends mercilessly hunt him down and drive long iron rods through his chest.
The naga (male) and nagini (female) are entities primarily in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, that takes the form of a snake (king cobra). But, naga in other types, are also found in other cultures from Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Mekong, Java, and the Philippines. In Hinduism, the naga is still part of the modern culture. In India, they are nature spirits that protect the water of springs, wells, and rivers. They bring the rain, but also are believed to cause floods and droughts....
The kelpie is from Celtic folklore and is a supernatural water horse haunting the rivers and lochs of Scotland and Ireland. Versions of the fable vary from region to region. It is described as a powerful horse with skin like that of a seal, smooth and cold to touch. The kelpie’s color is black in some versions, white in others, but always has a dripping wet mane. Other descriptions include green with a black mane and a tail that curves back. Still, always dripping wet and sometimes...
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