Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, one of the world’s largest and most diverse aquarium, is now home to a Giant Pacific Octopus. Giant Pacific Octopuses (Enteroctopus dofleini) are found in the North Pacific Ocean and is the largest species among Octopus, reaching 4.3 meters in height and weighing more than 70 kg. The GiantPacific Octopus has almost no bones allowing it to slip into very tight crevices to reach for food or hide from predators. Its head contains all vital organs including three hearts, while the rest of the body essentially constitutes eight arms. They have excellent eyesight and can taste with their tentacles. Being one of the most intelligent invertebrates, they can work out puzzles and will remember a route through a maze after only a couple of attempts. They are also masters in disguise, being able to change colour and texture of their skin using specialised skin cells.
Toshiba Gulf released its new CANVIO AeroCast™, an HDD storage device with highly advanced features including wireless connectivity for the quick and convenient transfer of files. The HDD creates its own wireless LAN network, so users do not have to be connected to the Internet to access their content. It is compatible with today’s […]
Genre: Action, Adventure, Science Fiction Director: Gavin Hood Starring: Asa Butterfield, Harrison Ford, Hailee Steinfeld Many years into the future, the Earth faces attack from hostile alien entities known only as “Buggers.” Humanity has already fought the Buggers once, barely scraping by with their own survival, and they now prepare for the next war by running Battle […]
By Arthur Murray The wild and exciting music, and rhythmical body movements make the earthy Mambo irresistible. History: In the 1940’s Americans became fascinated by Latin American rhythms. The original Mambo music, El Guardia Con El Tolete, had its beginning in 1944 as a Rumba with a riff improvisation. The Mambo combined American […]