Pushing Limits With America’s Strongest Disabled Woman | National Geographic

Sabrina Reiswig holds the title of America’s Strongest Disabled Woman and is training to compete for the world title. She is a self-described “stubborn person” who wants to push her limits.
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She believes that “putting limitations on someone, before you can see what they are really capable of, is denying that person of becoming stronger.” Sabrina wants people to realize that we are all absolutely abled, we just have different ways of doing things. Photos & Additional Footage by Jaime Miller Productions and Nubability Athletics.

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The Nepalese Honey That Makes People Hallucinate

Nepal’s Gurung people live mostly in small villages in the vast Annapurna mountain ranges. In this remote region, they practice an ancient tradition of honey hunting where they descend towering cliffs on handmade ladders, to harvest honey nestled under jagged overhangs.

In spring, the Gurung’s honey contains a rare substance called grayanotoxin from rhododendron flowers that’s known for its intoxicating effects. While some accounts say it’s a deadly poison, others refer to it as an aphrodisiac, powerful medicine, and a hallucinogenic drug.

VICE travelled deep into the Annapurna mountains to join a Gurung village on their spring hunt and understand Mad Honey’s effects.

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If it were not FILMED, no one would BELIEVE IT | Videos you will not believe

Moments You Wouldn’t Believe if They Weren’t Recorded

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Why These Tiny Ocean Creatures Are Eating Plastic | National Geographic

When plastic trash degrades in the ocean, it doesn’t just go away: It becomes countless tiny particles, and little creatures called larvaceans sweep it up–and into the food chain.
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Wherever plastic garbage end up in the ocean, it brings danger for wildlife. And it’s even making its way to the seafloor. National Geographic Explorer Kakani Katija of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute has led a study into the feeding habits of larvaceans, creatures that make up part of the ocean’s plankton. They take in large amounts of water, passing it through a filter to catch tiny particles of food. But they’re also catching ‘microplastics,’ tiny bits of garbage, and sending it with their waste to the ocean depths.

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The Rare and Exotic Animals – National Geographic Documentary

The Rare and Exotic Animals – National Geographic Documentary. The white lion is a rare color mutation of the Timbavati area. White lions are the same as the tawny African Lion (Panthera leo krugeri) found in some wildlife reserves in South Africa and in zoos around the world. White lions are not a separate subspecies and are thought to be indigenous to the Timbavati region of South Africa for centuries, although the earliest recorded sighting in this region was in 1938. Regarded as divine by locals, white lions first came to public attention in the 1970s in Chris McBride’s book The White Lions of Timbavati. Up until 2009, when the first pride of white lions was reintroduced to the wild, it was widely believed that the white lion could not survive in the wild. It is for this reason that a large part of the population of white lions now reside in zoos.
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Top 10 Biggest Real Miracles caught live on tape in the world.

Have you ever seen a plant (turning plant) rotating clock-wise & anti-clock wise on its own? Have you seen a cloud suddenly comes to the earth, staying some time and reverts back to its original destination?

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