10 World’s Rarest and Weirdest Dog Breeds Ever!

Dogs. Are. Amazing! There’s no denying it, if you’re not a dog person, then what are you doing here? From the huge Tibetan Mastiff to the tuneful New Guinea Singing Dog, we’re counting down the top 10 weirdest dog breeds ever!

Mexican Hairless Dog

This type of dogs official name is Xoloitzcuintli or Xolo for short. The modern Xolo appears to be a result of a mixture of the aboriginal, pre-Columbian Xolo, itself a descendant of a domesticated dog that came with the ancestors of indigenous Americans from Asia, with one or more southern European herding dog breeds during the Columbian Exchange. It is an absolutely beautiful dog usually with hairless, greyish black coat. This dog was very important in Aztec and Mayan culture, and archaeological evidence of them have been found in tombs dating back 3500 years! They are well regarded as guardians and protectors, and the indigenous people believed the dog would guard their home from intruders and evil spirits. Christopher Columbus actually wrote of the presence of a strange hairless dogs when he arrived at the Caribbean in 1492. In modern day they are quite a rare breed and were often the subject of paintings by the Artist Fridha Kahlo, due to their very refined appearance and slender form.

New Guinea Singing Dog

This dog is native to the New Guinea Highlands and some claim it to be a wild dog. Little is known about the breed, however it got its name through its unique vocalisation, which is characterized by a sharp increase in pitch at the start and very high frequencies at the end. The dogs also sometimes engage in chorus howling not unlike a pack of wolves. Also, when kept with other dogs that bark, the New Guinea Singing Dog will actually attempt to mimic the dogs bark! The New Guinea singing dog is known to have an okay relationship with humans, but unfortuntately its species is considered slightly vulnerable in terms of extinction. So if ever you see a yellowish dog belting out some Adele in New Guinea, it’s most likely that it’ll be this dog!

Bergomasco Sheperd

Take a look at this fluffy ball of wonder! You may have seen this dog around as they are highly recognisable. Looking like their sporting a wealth of dreadlocks, the Bergomasco Sheperd’s coat is caused by a layer of fine hair, mixing with an oily undercoat and long harsher hairs, they all clump together to form what look like dreadlocks, a thick flocks of hair. They are a very domesticated dog meaning they are friendly and fine around humans. It gets its name from originating near the Italian alps in a place called Bergamo and was originally used as a herding dog. If I was a sheep and I saw this big ball of locks coming towards me, I’m pretty sure I’d be quite confused! They make excellent companions, just make sure that their flocks of hair don’t brush against the ground too much though as they could get dirty!

Tibetan Mastiff

The Tibetan Mastiff originated from Nomadic cultures such as those in Tibet, China, Mongolia and Nepal, originally used to protect sheep from Wolves, Lions and other animals that may want the sheep to be its pray. Admittedly if I was a wolf I’d be scared out of my wits seeing this dog, it’s absolutely huge. It is mostly known for its solemn but kind expression, and of course its amazing silky coat that doesn’t often contract that ‘big dog’ smell. It is an excellent guardian dog, often standing stock still and looking like it’s in its own little world. But it is reported to be quite hard to get the dog to understand obedience or any other organised activity, as it is highly independent. Be careful if you’re looking to make friends with one as when they get on their hind legs to give you a hug they might be a bit bigger than you!

Catalburun

The Catalburun is bred from a Turkish pointer, but with one major difference, it has a very distinct double nose. It’s name comes from the Turkish for fork which is Catal, and Burun, which means nose. Unfortunately the dog was mainly used for hunting, as it was believed that its unusual nasal feature allowed the dog to have a better sensitivity towards certain smells. But it has since been discovered that this is not true, and its forked nose offers no superiority in hunting to a normal pointer. The forked nose has begun to be seen as a slightly negative trait of the dog as it can lead to a cleft palate, but that doesn’t mean that the dogs aren’t super cute! If you ever see one, take extra good care of it as they’re not treated very nicely!

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10. Chinese Shar-Pei
The Chinese Shar-Pei are thought to have originated in Tai Lin, China, and are easily recognized by their deep set wrinkles and bluish-black tongue. They were named in 1978, as one of the world’s rarest dog species by Time magazine, and while the American Kennel Club only recognized them as their 134th confirmed breed in 1992, they are thought to be one of the oldest breeds in the world.
The first known records of Shar-Pei have been found among artefacts that date back to the Han Dynasty Period, about 220 BC, with tomb statues and clay figurines that resemble them very closely. Very little is known about China’s history with the Shar Pei from that time, but a 13th century Chinese manuscript was recently uncovered which also mentions the Shar-Pei. They were a popular breed in the region through the 18th century, but their numbers dropped in the 20th century when people chose more ferocious dogs that were being imported from the rest of the world.
Nowadays, they are making a comeback, but as is the case with many breeds of dogs they have been bred to exaggerate their features to make them more appealing. The extremely wrinkly, wide headed and deep set eye types that you may see today are a far cry from the lean, small wrinkled Shar-Pei’s that were popular in China. But it has been a couple of thousand years…

9. Basenji
With a name meaning “dog of the bush”, the first mention of Basenjis by European travellers came in 1895 where they were found being used by locals in the Congo. They were prized for their intellect, speed, bravery and silence, and even had to wear bells so their owners knew where they were in the dense jungle. Otherwise they could just sneak up on you! Evidence suggests, though, that the breed has existed alongside humans for far longer than this- with carvings found in Egyptian tombs depicting dogs with very similar features.
Basenjis are very energetic dogs, and are one of the smallest breeds of hounds- weighing about 24 pounds when fully grown. They have excellent eyesight and a strong sense of smell, and have large ears that stand on end when alert. They are very protective with their family, but not so much towards strangers- and are often referred to as being cat-like because of their fondness of climbing to high places and self-grooming.

8. Lhasa Apso
Lhasa Apsos originated in Tibet, and are named after Lhasa, the Tibetan capital city and, unsurprisingly, their word for “bearded”. They weigh, at most, 14 pounds, and have very distinctive coats that only fully form in adulthood. My parents had one and they loved it, although it was very independent!
They are thought to have been domesticated as a pet as long ago as 800 BC, which makes it one of the oldest recognized breeds in the world- meaning it has strong genetic links with the ancestral wolf. They live for a long time, more than 20 years in some cases, and were used in Tibet as companions for monks in Buddhist monasteries and acted as sentinels that would alert the monks to any intruders.
Historically it was not possible to purchase a Lhasa Apso, you could only receive one as a gift, and they were very closely tied with religion. It was believed that their bodies could be inhabited by the souls of Lamas, the Tibetan Spiritual Master, while they awaited their rebirth. The first pair of Lhasa Apsos arrived in the U.S as a gift from Thubten Gyatso, the 13th Dalai Lama, to an American explorer who was the first Christian to enter the Tibetan Holy City, in 1933.

7. Afghan Hound
Afghan Hounds come from the cold mountains of Afghanistan, and have developed their signature thick, flowing coats as a result. Their isolation in the mountains, and use by humans as shepherding and hunting dogs, has meant that they have a high breed purity, because there wasn’t much of an opportunity for them to encounter other types of dog.
It used to be completely prohibited to export the hounds from their home country, where they have been living with humans for a very long time. They are depicted in cave paintings in the mountains that have been dated back to more than 4000 years ago, and they can also be seen in some examples of Egyptian Papyrus.
Afghan Hounds typically grow to weigh up to 64 pounds.

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10 Most Ancient Dog Breeds On Earth

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Saluki: The Saluki, is the oldest known breed of pet dog.
Afghan Hound: Very Little is known about its origin .But It is pictured in the caves of northern Afghanistan more than 4000 years ago. The breed was kept pure for centuries.
Xoloitzcuintli: The Xoloitzcuintli is a hairless Mexican dog that is so primitive that it was actually worshiped by the Aztecs
Peruvian Inca Orchid: The breed is actually a lot older and the breed appeared in Peruvian artwork from as far back as 750 A
Norwegian Lundehund: The breed almost went extinct By the 1900s, the only population survived was in a small village of Monstad
Chinese Shar Pei: The Chinese Shar-Pei originated in Tai Li in Kwantung province, and has existed for centuries in the Han dynasty existed in 200 BC
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8 Infamous Computer Hackers Of All Time !

These Hackers are some of the most wanted criminals of modern times! From people hacking into radio stations to people hacking into the governments security database!
These are 8 Infamous Computer Hackers Of All Time !

1. Kevin Poulsen

Most people would know Kevin Poulsen these days as the senior editor of monthly technological magazine Wired. He actually was the first person to report on the arrest of Chelsea Manning. But, before this he was known under another alias, ‘Dark Dante’. As you can guess he wasn’t known for many good reasons. He initially took over all the telephone lines of a Los Angeles radio station in 1990, guaranteeing he would win the competition prize of a Porsche 944 S2.

The FBI began pursuing Poulsen, feeling he was a threat to national security and had to be stopped. He then went underground as a fugitive, and as he was featured on the show ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ all of the 1800 numbers on the show went down.

Kevin Poulsen was arrested in 1991 after surviving over a year as a fugitive. He pleaded guilty to computer fraud and went to prison for 5 years. Towards the end of these 5 years, he became a journalist and published his first magazine feature in 1998, in the magazine wired, that he is now the senior editor of.

2. Legion of Doom

No, not the black and red spiked wrestlers! The Legion of Doom was a collective of hackers formed around 1984, widely considered to be the most capable hacking groups in the world. In the summer of the year, there was a huge surge in interest in computer telecommunications. An extremely young hacker who went by the name of Lex Luthor was partly in charge of a bulletin board system called Plover-NET, after he was chucked out of a group known as the Knights of Shadow, he began a group known as the Legion of Doom, though he wasn’t the owner, he was seen as the chief recruiter.

They claimed not to cause much damage to telephone services or computer networks, and most notably penned the ‘Legion of Doom Technical Journals’, a regular journal that shared hacking information and knowledge to a wide audience of people who had become interested. Only a few of the original LOD members are accounted for, many were arrested in busts, as the group, though not causing direct harm to anyone, did break the right to privacy on many occasions. Though the group is now defective, the legend of the Legion of Doom lives on.

3. Sven Jaschan

Reported as being a shy and quiet person, Jaschan lived in a small village in Germany when he made a huge leap into the Computer Hacker rankings. He was author of the NetSky and Sasser computer worms, viruses that were supposedly causing a massive 70% of the malware occuring on computers at that time. However he was tried as a minor, as the virus was actually released on the day of his 18th birthday! Very lucky for Sven, he only got a 21 month sentence.

It is reported that the tip off about Sven’s virus work was actually from a classmate that he had boasted to. A Microsoft official was the one to catch Sven and bring him in. As there were multiple tip offs, the 250 grand prize money was split was shared between them.

After he served his time, Sven Jaschan became a worker for Germany cyber security company SecurePoint.

4. Adrian Lamo

Bit of a more modern hacker, Adrian Lamo started off in a comical way. He actually hacked into the New York Times database and added his name to the list of experts. A great way start, however, he also broke into the NYT’s LexisNexis account and conducted a bit of research on extremely high-profile people.

He surrounded himself to the police and was sentenced to a six month detention.

A lot later in 2009 he was outed as being a donor to the WikiLeaks website (though WikiLeaks founder Assange reports he has only donated $20 on one occasion). And in 2010 he indirectly reported to US authority that Chelsea Manning claimed to have leaked a large body of classified documents, including over 200,000 classified diplomatic data cables.

He is known within the hacking network by many as a snitch for these actions. But he definitely earns his place on this list, no matter if his actions were morally good or bad.

5. Ryan Collins

Ryan Collins makes this list solely due to how much trouble he caused in the celeb world, he was responsible for what became known as ‘CelebGate’, which was the leaking of nude photos of celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton onto the internet.

Ryan done this by sending emails to the celebrities posing as Apple, asking them to change their passwords. Once he had retained the celebrities account passwords, he then gained access to their iCloud accounts, where he saved the files he found.

The identity of Ryan Collins is something that is up for debate. He was supposedly a happily married man and a father of two. When the whole story became clear, newspapers went looking for information on who this man was, and didn’t find much to point

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20 Girls Trends That Men Hate

I don’t know if this will come as quite the same shock to you as it does with most, but: sometimes, women wear clothing. And, even MORE shocking, sometimes ladies will base their fashion on the latest trends. Most of the time, these trends are questionable, and fleeting! I m Lorenzo, and here are the 20 trends that ladies love but guys dislike.

20.) Floppy Hats

There’s a new look that women like to refer to as ‘the bourgeois bohemian. This movement involves those annoying floppy felt hats. This look is played out way beyond reason. Girls seem to love it but from what I’ve heard, most guys can’t stand it! For the ladies, this is top notch fashionista heaven. In the guy’s opinion, those floppy hats just look a little stuck up. Somehow bourgeois and bohemian tried to mix, and as it turns out, they tend to clash.

19.) High Waisted Bathing Suit

There are many criticisms of this brand new female fad. Men are wondering how that is a bathing suit, apparently they’re praying for those classic bikinis to return! Men don’t dig this latest fashion because it covers up the midsection. While it may aid a girl’s confidence by pressing the stomach in, guys can be too simple minded to think that way. Many think it looks straight up odd!

18.) Peplums

This type of clothing is not only completely hideous on its own, its make the bodies of many ladies look as if they sewed the torso of a dwarf onto a regular sized person’s lower half!. Keep Peplums in the back of your mind as a warning for the following generations – next time an awful fashion trend ends, make sure you kill it with fire. This is one of those trends that guys just can’t wait to be over.

17.) Ugg Boots

Women love wearing Uggs because one reason, that they’re just so damn cozy. They go perfectly with leggings, jeans or sweatpants, for any day when you’ll need to keep your toesies cozy and want the comfort of knowing your feet won’t end up with blisters. But, many men believe that ladies should discover another way to keep their feet nice and snug. Fur-filled Uggs cause even the littlest of feet look huge. In the eyes of the gentlemen, women’s Uggs look as if they forgot to change out their slippers before they left the house.

16.) Bright Lipstick

Women adore bright lipstick, specifically in shades of red. Red lipstick has long been a fashion statement because it brights up your entire look. Bright lipstick calls for only a little makeup on the rest of the face thus making it such a simple go-to choice. Many men are generally not so fond of bright red lipstick however, as it can sometimes give off a… classless vibe. Most guys don’t really mind the aesthetic appeal but hate how it rubs off onto food, drinking glasses, and clothes.

15.) Jeggings

While many guys who’ve been surveyed have no idea what jeggings are, more than half of these men who did said they’re not crazy about the trend. Maybe it’s because leggings contain no concealment of mystery; every curve is counted for and shown off. Perhaps it’s the elastic waist; it makes them think of those sweatpants you wear every Sunday when chilling around. Whatever the reason, Jeggings don’t go down too well with the fellas.

14.) Flatforms

Most men are fans of high heeled shoes but when it comes to flatforms, there is nothing a guy can’t stand more. Most of the men in the world actually highly dislike flatforms and they also suggest that they are probably one of the least-appealing fads that were introduced to women. Men actually think that high-heeled shoes are prettier and more unique than those flatforms.

13.) Oversized Sweaters

There are some dudes just are just not really going mad about these oversized sweaters. Many think they look cute, but there’s a vocal group out there who believe they cover up the true shape of the woman instead of making it stand out. Men think that it’s a fashion statement that is better off left back in the ‘80s and ‘90s. Sure, there’s a fine line between oversized sweaters and sweaters that look like you raided your dad’s closet, but either way it looks the same to some guys.

12.) Culottes

These are the kind of wide-leg fashion statements that usually die out way before the ankles. They have a reputation for leaving boyfriend in utter confusion, asking: “Why don’t you just wear full-length pants?!”

11.) Statement Jewelry

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