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Animals That Have Colorful Bodies? Here Are The 5 Most Colorful Animals In The World



Nature is something that can be said to be very beautiful for us to see and it should be preserved so that future generations can also see it.

Not only flora can be said to be very beautiful, fauna or animals can also be said to be beautiful with various colors on their bodies.

The attractive colors on their bodies or feathers are very interesting for us to see. According to The Mysterious World there are several types of animals that have attractive colors.

Here are some of the most colorful animals in the world:

5) Clown Fish

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It is said that this fish is one of the most colorful fish in the world. They are found on the great barrier reefs, the Red Sea, and the Indian and Pacific oceans. In total, there are 28 different groups of clown fish. They are usually found in bright orange with a special white stripe on the body.

This fish can do dance-like movement in the water and make it look more attractive.

4) Blue Dart Frog

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Blue dart frogs are part of the poisonous dart frog family. They live in tropical forests in Costa Rica and Brazil. Apart from blue, dart frogs are made up of various colors such as yellow, gold, copper, red, green, and black.

All these types of dart frogs are very poisonous. Their bright colors actually indicate how poisonous they are. The golden dart frog is the most dangerous member of the family. It has enough poison to kill up to 10 adult males.

3) Scarlet Macaw

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Scarlet Macaw is a smart and large parrot native to South America. Their feathers have a mixture of red, yellow, and blue. This bird is very popular because of its very attractive color. They are also very social and intelligent birds. Not only that, but Scarlet Macaw also has a very strong and beautiful bill.

2) Panther Chameleon

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The Panther Chameleon is the most colorful reptile in the world. They live in the tropical forests of Madagascar. These reptiles are also one of the best camouflage examples in animals.

It can change its color in 20 seconds. The Panther Chameleon has special cells under the outer body layer. These cells can change the color of their body, depending on the surrounding conditions.

1) Mandarin Duck

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Mandarin duck is a brightly colored medium-sized duck native to Asia. However, male mandarin ducks are more attractive than females. They have a golden appearance with purple chests, light green heads, orange-gold feathers, and green copper tops.

For your information, males use attractive colors on their bodies to attract the attention of females. Mandarin ducks live in large flocks. Unlike other birds, mandarin ducks keep the same bond throughout their lives.

Source: The Mysterious World


Brazilian Teen Allegedly Cries Blood And Doctors Have No Idea Why



Brazil, a 15-year-old girl has baffled doctors after allegedly crying blood from her eyes for over a week. Doctors claim that they can’t understand what is happing with the girl.

Doris started feeling sick on September 12, her mother then decided to take her to the hospital in her home city of Sao Paolo. The girl said that she felt uncomfortable in her abdomen and doctors diagnosed her with kidney stones. The medication was given for the pain and she was sent home.

Unfortunately, on Sunday morning, she was rushed to the emergency room for the second time as blood coming out from one of her eyes. She was examined but doctors couldn’t determine the cause of the blood tears. When she told the doctors there was no discomfort nor pain caused by the blood, she was once again sent home.

The girl’s mother, Juliana Teixeira de Miranda, said, “My daughter did countless tests, but they couldn’t find any problems. The doctors released her and we returned home at dawn on Monday.”

“We are going to do whatever the professionals ask, we want to find out what’s really going on.”

Juliana said that her daughter had blood flowing from both the girl’s eyes, worrying the family even more. Doris, once again, was taken to the hospital, but still, no one had any clues about her condition.

“She underwent a tomography and several other tests, but the doctors found nothing that could justify the blood tears. As there are no answers, the doctors asked her to do some more tests this week to try to find the cause,” Doris’ mother said.

It said that the hospital where she was admitted wanted to do more tests on her in order to determine the exact cause of the bizarre symptom.

Ophthalmologist Rafael Antonio Barbosa Delsin said, “The presence of blood in the tear is called hemolacria, a condition already described in the medical literature. Treatment depends on the cause, but sometimes it disappears as suddenly as it appeared, without treatment and without a conclusive diagnosis,”.

“Most of the time it is a problem in the patient’s body. Although it causes certain amazement, they are not complicated cases to treat. Depending on the cause, it can be treated with antibiotics and hormonal remedies. This situation rarely causes other health problems for the patient,” Leandro Fonseca added.

Source: Oddity Central

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LATEST: Ron95 and Ron97 Up Five Sen, Diesel Four Sen Higher



According to the statement release by the Ministry of Finance, RON95 petrol will be priced at RM1.68 per litre, up five sen per litre from the RM1.63 it was last week.

Meanwhile, RON97 petrol also sees a five sen hike to RM1.98 compare to RM1.93 last week.

These prices remain in effect until October 2, 2020.

Sources: MOF

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Mine-Detecting Rat Named Magawa Wins The PDSA Gold Medal



Magawa, an African giant pouched rat has been successfully rewarded a prestigious gold medal for his work and dedication for helping out to detect land mines. This rat has sniffed out 39 landmines and also 28 unexploded munitions throughout his career.

Magawa has been presented with its Gold Medal by the UK veterinary charity PDSA. The award was given to the African giant pouched rat for “life-saving devotion to duty, in the location and also clearance of deadly landmines in Cambodia”. Magawa has saved the place from a total of up to six million landmines in the southeast Asian country.

The PDSA’s Gold Medal has been inscribed with the words “For animal gallantry or devotion to duty”. Out of all the 30 animal recipients of the award, Magawa is the first rat that has been proudly awarded. This seven-year-old rodent has been trained by the one and only Belgium-registered charity called Apopo which is based in Tanzania. This specific facility has been raising all the animals. It also is famously known as HeroRATs. The purpose of Apopo to train all these animals are to detect landmines and also tuberculosis since the 1990s era. The animals will be certified after a year of hard work and also training.

Christophe Cox who is Apopo’s chief executive told the Press Association news agency, “To receive this medal is really an honor for us”. He also added, “But also it is big for the people in Cambodia, and all the people around the world who are suffering from landmines”.

According to the facts stated by Apopo, Magawa is a born and raised African giant pouched rat in Tanzania. He weighs 1.2kg (2.6lb) and also is 70cm (28in) long. Even though his size is far larger than many other rat species, Magawa is still considered to be small enough and light enough that he does not trigger mines if he walks over them.

All the rats there are trained to detect and to be familiar with a chemical compound within the explosives. This means that they totally ignore the scrap metal and is able to search for mines more quickly. Once they find an explosive, they will immediately scratch the top to alert their human co-workers. Magawa is one of then rats that is capable of searching a field the size of a tennis court in just 20 minutes. This ability is something Apopo says would take a person with a metal detector between one and four days to be done.

Magawa only works for half an hour a day in the mornings and he also is nearing retirement age. The PDSA director-general that is Jan McLoughlin said his work with Apopo was a very “truly unique and outstanding” experience. Jan McLoughlin said, “Magawa’s work directly saves and changes the lives of men, women, and children who are impacted by these landmines”. She also added, “Every discovery he makes reduces the risk of injury or death for local people”.

Sources: BBC News.

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