Steve Irwin would be proud to see this – the worlds largest crocodile caught alive in the Philippines. These huge crocodiles can be challenging to catch alive, but 100 mean teamed up to make sure this 21 foot croc was caught unharmed. The massive crocodile will become the main attraction at a new Eco-tourism park being built in Agusan.
At least 100 men were required to pull the huge reptile on to the banks of the creek where, after a great deal of difficulty, it was bound up and then lifted by crane on to the back of a truck.
They weren’t going to let the victory pass without having their photo taken, so many of the villagers posed beside their scaly captive before it was driven off to a confined area.
via Daily Mail
TreeHotel has designed some of the coolest outdoor structures I’ve seen in a while and The Mirrorcube is beautifully invisible. I’d love to stay in one of these places.
The tree hotel concept meets the increasing interest in wild life-/eco tourism where one may encounter and experience the pristine nature of Sweden. The cube provides living space for two people: a double bed, a small kitchenette and bath, a living room and roof terrace. Access to the cabin is by a rope bridge connected to the next tree.
To prevent birds colliding with the tree hotel, a transparent ultraviolet colour, visible for birds only, will be laminated into the glass panes.
Check out The Brids Nest too! And if you liked this you might also like shipping container homes.
TreeHotel via Gizmodo.