Finds of the week

It was in 1921 that an American portable radio station looked – a witty invention, designed to ease the life of young mothers (read also on the inventors of amateurs). It was assumed that such a "radionnae" will be able to calm the child in a wheelchair and give a woman half an hour of precious free time. The first in the history of the sound signal was held on December 14, 1906, when Reginald Fessenden from Brand Rock (Massachusetts, USA) handed over to the courts in the Atlantic Ocean broadcast their game on the violin and reading a bible. And in 1909 the first radio station was built. She was called San Jose Calling and exists so far, turning into today’s KCBS in San Francisco. Earlier, "my planet" talked about the strangest radio stations in the world.

I have my legs

A moment of milot. Cheerful dog nicknamed Elder loves to dance! And he also belongs to an unusual breed Eurasier. These dogs were bred in Germany in 1960-1970 and are considered extremely smart and devotees. They turned out as a result of the crossing of Chow Chow, Wolfsphets and Samoyedov. Eurasians are the youngest of recognized German breeds and are very popular both in Germany and abroad like companion dogs. See also the transfer of "My Planet" from the "Planet Dog Planet" cycle – for example, about Cambodian local dog and Spanish water dog.

Waving cranberries

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No, it’s not photoshop. This is what looks in British Columbia (Canada) cranberry fields in autumn. Red berries cover everything in the field of view with a solid carpet. Large cranberries (by the way, it is considered to be the national ownership of Canada!) It has an unusual feature: there are aircases in its fruits that allow berries to float freely. Therefore, the local population has invented a very elegant way to harvest: cranberry plantations are poured with water and launch special combines on them whipping water. As a result, the berries come off from the bushes, turn out to be on the surface of the water, so it remains only to be driven to the edge of the "reservoir" and catch already clean.

Aliens among us

Frightened? This is what the deep-water shark-house looks, which is also called Skapaninhard or Mitzcecian. And on the Internet, it is often referred to as Goblin Aclaus. By his name, the fish must be unusual appearance: her muzzle ends with a beak outgrowth, and jaws can be far to advance. As a result, when shark bites prey, it seems that inside it is hidden someone else, who is torn to the will. At the same time, Mitzcecin also has an unusual color – blood vessels are shone through the skin, so it seems pink. In total since 1898, when the view was first described, the science met only 45 shark copies, which were thrown ashore or caught (the latter caught in 2014 in Florida). Read also about the most dangerous animals in the history of the earth, which are extinct.

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