Finds of the week

Employees of the "Knutenborg Safari Park" reserve in Denmark filmed on the video of the skirting adventures of the Amur Tiger. He decided to walk on thin ice covering a pond on its territory. But the ice did not stand his weight.

When the threshing is you

Roy Cleveland Sullivan, the American Inspector for the Protection of the Shenando National Park in Virginia, is known for the fact that in the period from 1942 to 1977, lightning went to him and he stayed alive. Sullivan was listed in the Guinness Book of Records and received a nickname "Gromotnuts man". In the Late Years, people were afraid to be near him, fearing to be affected by the lightning.

Interestingly, according to statistics for the territory of the United States, the likelihood of lightning in humans is 1: 3000. That is, the mathematical probability to be affected by the lightning seven times is 2,200,000,000,000,000,000,000 k 1.

Previously, "my planet" talked about what would lightness hit the plane. Admire also on the photo project dedicated to this natural phenomenon.

Finds of the week 47

Not ashes one

Unusual spectacle – Volcanic ash covered part of Lake Naplel-Uaui in Argentina. It happened because of the strong eruption of Pueue volcano in the south of Chile. The northeast wind brought a cloud ash straight into the neighboring country.

I wonder what, unlike ash, volcanic ash contains particles of glass and does not dissolve in water.

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