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Sunday, March 4, 2012

World's Smallest 'Adult' Dog

World's Smallest 'Adult' Dog

tiny dancer was barking up the wrong tree last year. the diminutive chihuahua came close to grabbing a guinness world record as the world’s smallest dog, but other pooches turned out to be even smaller than the 5-inch-tall lake county pup.
now, dancer’s owner has embarked on another quest: to have the teensy fellow named the world’s smallest therapy dog. dancer recently spent weeks in training to learn how to help hospital patients and others in need of some cheer. 07 more images after the break...

jenny gomes of okahumpka said thursday that several therapy-dog certification agencies turned tiny dancer down because of his size. but the little guy overcame defeat, tried, tried again, and finally received the paperwork.

“everybody says teeny-tiny dogs can’t do anything,” gomes said. “now everybody can say, ‘hey, look what the little dog can do.’ he’s not just a purse ornament.”

in fact, he would be in a class of his own if the people at the guinness world records want to declare him the record holder. guinness officials would have to create a category for smallest therapy dog.

gomes, 41, said she would hear back from the united kingdom organization in a couple of months.

last year, gomes said she hoped that dancer would win the title of smallest living dog by length. but it wasn’t to be: ducky from massachusetts came in at 4.9 inches. and boo-boo from kentucky beat ducky at 4 inches tall. both gave dancer a thorough sizing down.

gomes said dancer has been visiting the elderly and sick people since the middle of last year.

since dancer was certified by the eustis nonprofit caring canines in january, he and gomes have visited the sorrento-area camp challenge, for children and adults with cognitive and physical disabilities, and eustis’ camp boggy creek, for kids with life-threatening and chronic illnesses. they have also stopped at schools around lake county.

on thursday, dancer and gomes visited cancer patients at florida hospital waterman in tavares.

“he’s very special,” said patricia becker of paisley. “you can come visit me any time, ok, dancer?”

Facts About Your Planet

Facts About Your Planet
  • In 1783 an Icelandic eruption threw up enough dust
     to temporarily block out the sun over Europe.
  • About 20 to 30 volcanoes erupt each year, mostly under the sea.
  • A huge underground river runs underneath the Nile, with six times more water than the river above.
  • Lake Bosumtwi in Ghana formed in a hollow made by a meteorite.
  • Beaver Lake, in Yellowstone Park , USA, was artificially created by beaver damming.
    Read more after the break...

  • Off the coast of Florida there is an underwater hotel. Guests have to dive to the entrance.
  • Venice in Italy is built on 118 sea islets joined by 400 bridges. It is gradually sinking into the water.
  • The Ancient Egyptians worshipped a sky goddess called Nut.
  • The world's windiest place is Commonwealth Bay, Antartica.
  • In 1934, a gust of wind reached 371 km/h on Mount Washington in New Hampshire, USA.
  • American Roy Sullivan has been struck by lighting a record seven times.
  • The desert baobab tree can store up to 1000 litres of water in its trunk.
  • The oldest living tree is a California bristlecone pine name 'Methuselah' . It is about 4600 years old. The largest tree in the world is a giant sequoia growing in California. It is 84 meters tall and measures 29 meters round the trunk. The fastest growing tree is the eucalyptus. It can grow 10 meters a year.
  • The Antartic notothenia fish has a protein in its blood that acts like antifreeze and stops the fish freezing in icy sea.
  • The USA uses 29% of the world's petrol and 33% of the world's electricity.
  • The industrial complex of Cubatao in Brazil is known as the Valley of Death because its pollution has destroyed the trees and rivers nearby.
  • Tibet is the highest country in the world. Its average height above sea level is 4500 meters.
  • Some of the oldest mountains in the world are the Highlands in Scotland. They are estimated to be about 400 million years old.
  • Fresh water from the River Amazon can be found up to 180 km out to sea.
  • The White Sea, in Russia, has the lowest temperature, only -2 degrees centigrade. The Persian Gulf is the warmest sea. In the summer its temperature reaches 35.6 degrees centigrade.
  • There is no land at all at the North Pole, only ice on top of sea. The Arctic Ocean has about 12 million sq km of floating ice and has the coldest winter temperature of -34 degrees centigrade.
  • The Antarctic ice sheet is 3-4 km thick, covers 13 million sq km and has temperatures as low as -70 degrees centigrade.
  • Over 4 million cars in Brazil are now running on gasohol instead of petrol. Gasohol is a fuel made from sugar cane.

Most famous Buildings

Most famous Buildings

Fuji Sankei Building in Tokyo

"Dancing House"
Here's a building that should really get your attention when walking pass it. The Dancing House is considered as one of the more real controversial buildings in Prague. The DH was actually designed by a great architect from California, which only proves that he had done some type of hallucinogen while designing it. 09 more after the break...

"Robot Building"
The Bank of Asia is a very famous building in Bangkok. It was made way back in 1985, and it's robotic appearance is just a symbol of the modernization of banking. It also has the ability to transform into a mega-robot. So, if Godzilla ever decided to show his green face in the land of Bangkok, they would have to fight!
"Ripley's Building"
If you saw this picture for the first time, you'd probably thought that it was hit by a massive earthquake. But it wasn't. In true fashion of the Ripley Legacy, it was built to reflect the odd 1812 earthquake that measured 8.0 on the rick. The building has now become one of the most photographed in the world because of it.

"The Wilson Hall"
This somewhat modernize building was actually built between 1971 and 1974. It's unique design gives the Wilson Hall a great sense of structure, and a prominent landmark for the skyline. The building provides big laboratories, offices, and supports space for over 1500 scientists. And it houses all kinds of strange experiments.

"135 Degree Angle"
This bizarre house really doesn't have an official name, but it does have a 135 degree angle. So that's what we're going to call it. Unfortunately, the only info we have about this house is that it was built in China or Japan. And that it has a silly pink roof. And if you look real close, you'll notice that it's on a 135 degree damn angle.

"Hotel Sofitel"
Hotel's unique design was directly inspired by the traditional temples in Japan. The Tokyo Sofitel has over 72 rooms, and 11 suites with 3 non-smoking floors. And 5 meeting rooms that includes high-tech boardrooms. Please realize that you have to sell your soul in order to step foot inside this amazing hotel.

"Triangle Building"
We wonder what type of work goes on inside this kind of a building. The unofficial Triangle Building is just a wonder to look at and to ponder over. But, can this be one of the evil headquarters for Scientology or Starbucks? Does this building have triangle bathrooms? There's so many damn questions!
"The Astra Haus"
The strange building is actually a brewery in Hamburg, Germany. The floors can move up or down on it's skinny column core. As of now, the unique building has been destroyed. One of it's more famous beer brands was recently bought by a big refreshment corporation. And that beer brand was called Astra.

"Upside Downer"
Take a journey into the unknown with a building called Wonder Works. It's central Florida’s only upside down attraction. And an amusement park for your mind, and your stoner friends. This odd building has over 100 wacky interactive exhibits for your entire family to experience. But make sure you free your weed before coming.

"Crooked House"
You know that your looking at a real building right? The Crooked House was built in 2004 as an addition at a popular shopping center, and is a major tourist attraction in Sopot, Poland. We just wonder what happens when someone who's under a controlled substance sees this building for the first time in their life.

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