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These Chinese Tourists Stand On a Flimsy Raft in the Middle of Hungry Crocodiles

Will you dare visit this place?

Want an adventure of a lifetime? Why not try Anachak Chang Pattaya — also known as Elephant Kingdom — in Thailand, where you can be surrounded by a number of hungry crocodiles and feed them while standing on a raft. Sounds dangerous, right?

Horrifying snaps of Chinese tourists standing on a flimsy raft while feeding hungry crocodiles went viral online and it will send chills down your spine. The tourists, along with some kids, scrambled aboard the make-shift raft floating on top of plastic barrels.

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The day-trippers are holding what-looks-like fishing sticks with chunks of meat to lure and tease the hungry 3-meter crocodiles. The reptiles, on the other hand, can be seen jumping out of the water to get their treat.

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The photos, which were captured by a motorcycle-taxi driver named Jon Nok, quickly went viral and started to spark outrage from the netizens who are asking to close the tourist spot. The police, too, immediately visit the place when the pictures emerge.

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Hence, Elephant Kingdom’s license is now suspended for 90 days for safety reasons. The director-general of the Fisheries Department Adisorn Promthep said that the feeding activity at the farm could put the lives of the tourists in danger.

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He further explained that Elephant Kingdom violated a ministerial regulation published under the 1992 Wildlife Preservation and Protection Act that demands public zoo operators to keep the safety of their visitors and the people living nearby, as per Bangkok Post .

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However, Elephant Kingdom owner Uthen Youngprapakorn explained to Mirror that they only let 15 people to enter the cage.

The raft, which is about 5×10 meters, has outboard motors and cables that will let the tourists be towed quickly in case something happens. It is also designed with chest-high barriers, but people who saw the pictures still believe it is too dangerous.

Elephant Kingdom is owned by Utairatch Crocodile Farm & Zoo Co, which are responsible for breeding crocodiles.

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This Mysterious Tree in Thailand Bears Strange Fruit in the Shape of Women!

A sacred tree in Thailand bears strange fruits in the shape of anatomically correct beautiful women!

There's a mystery going on in Thailand, and it's all about a tree that bears strange fruits. How strange? The trees seem to be bearing fruits in the shape of anatomically correct women!

The Nariphon is a tree in Buddhist mythology that bears fruit in the shape of demure women with their heads attached to the tree branches. It grows in the Himaphan, a mythical forest where Gandharvas or heavenly beings cut the fruits and take them home.

Buddhist mythology tells the story of the God Indra creating a pavillion where Vessantara Jataka (one of the most popular apadānas of Theravada Buddhism), his wife Maddi, and two children live. However, whenever Vessantara's wife would collect fruits in the forest, she was in danger of being attached by hermits or Yogis. In response, Indra created 12 Nariphon trees, which bore fruits in the image of Vessantara's wife. ...

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Weird ‘Facekini’ Fashion is Taking Over China’s Beaches

Would you be caught dead on the beach wearing one of these?

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China has long been known as an imitator of everything, from technology to gadgets, and from world-famous brands to even destinations. On many instances, these shanzhai, or fakes, look as good as the real thing.

One particular fashion statement, however, is becoming singularly known as a Chinese original. Dubbed the "facekini," it has become a staple on the beaches of China's Shandong province.

The Facekini.

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A Couple Playing Pokemon Go Led in a Horrifying Land of Spiderwebs

Will you dare hunt Pokemon monsters here?

Pokemon Go is becoming a worldwide-crazed since it was released as an augmented reality game on smartphones. Yes, it will make you - once again - glued to your mobile phones, but it will let you explore the outside world.

However, what if by hunting Pokemon monsters, you will be led in a horrifying park full of spider webs? This is the experienced of Leslie Schmidt and her boyfriend, Bryce, when they were playing Pokemon Go on Sunday in Yinnar, Victoria in Australia.

We were trying to catch a Meowph (one of the creatures in the game) when we suddenly found ourselves surrounded by this enormous web. We were dumbfounded – it was like Christmas meets Halloween!...

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