Strange Weird Unknown Creature Around The World

1. The Horn Creature – Brasil

This creature were allegedly found at the river of Bahia, Brasil, but there only one picture taken and no other further evidence of the existence, if we analyzed the picture, we can see that this creature walking on foot, have two hand with weird face and two horn on its head.



Maybe someone just playing in the mud.

2. Lamprey

Lampreys (sometimes also called lamprey eels) its actually a real sea creature, currently there are about 38 known species of lampreys, lampreys is one example of vampire of animal kingdom, because their sucks fish blood to survive.


12342820-standardAbove pic: one of giant lamprey caught by someone, its really  scary if it giant size.

3. African Troll

This story came in November of 2012 When the picture appeared in the online version of the Australian Newspaper “The Daily Telegraph” with the headline reading “Bizarre muppet-like beast discovered.” The site went on to report that in the southwest African country of Namibia the creature was spotted foraging for food by a hunting party.


Shocked by the discovery one of the hunters shot at and wounded the creature… who… in its attempt to get away… led them back to a nearby den where similar creatures were hiding. The wounded creature suddenly attacked the hunters who then shot and killed it, while all of the troll creatures escaped into the dense brush. According to the report, local authorities are in possession of the creatures remains with a full investigation underway.There has been no follow up to the story since.

4. Montauk Creature


The story goes that local youths just found it, photographed it, then sold it to papers , this happened near Plum Island Animal Disease Center, which brought up theories about the government doing weird experiments. Its dinosaur beak was pointed out along with the speculation that it could be a previously undiscovered prehistoric mammal.


Other possible identifications of the creature included a dog and a turtle without its shell (but turtles don’t have teeth).

5. Thailand Weird Creature

According to the story, the creature found by villager,  its strangely shaped body leaves a lot of mastery around it. but no one really what is actually, some unknown creature? You decide.

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Until now, there is no story on what the creature it is, in remain mystery.


Top 10 Most Rare Metal In The World

1. Rhodium

Commonly used for its reflective properties — in objects like search lights, mirrors and jewelry finish. Also valuable within the automotive industry and in several types of industrial fields.

This extremely rare, valuable and silvery-colored metal is commonly used for its reflective properties. It has a high melting point and an amazing ability to withstand corrosion.800px-Rhodium_78g_sample


Cost: $45 per gram or $1,270 per ounce

2. Platinum 

Platinum can be used as a catalyst in scientific experiments, worn as jewelry, and taken in anti-cancer drugs.


Cost: $48 per gram or $1,365 per ounce

3. Gold

Uses in Jewelry and industrial uses. Its conductivity makes it a great component of electronics, and its reflective surface helps create better radiation shields and office windows.


Cost: $39.81 per gram

4. Ruthenium

Uses: Can be added as an alloy to platinum and palladium in order to increase hardness and better resistance. Ruthenium has become quite popular in the electronics field, as a way to effectively plate electric contacts.


Ruthenium Price 58.00 USD/ozt (46.81 EUR/ozt)

5. Iridium

Uses: Contribute to advancements in medicine, electronics and automobiles. It’s also used in products like pens, watches and compasses.



6. Osmium

One of the densest elements on Earth, osmium is a bluish-silver metal. This very hard, brittle metal has an extremely high melting point.


Uses: Used to harden platinum alloys for electrical contacts, filaments and other uses.

7. Palladium

his grayish-white, precious metal is valued because of its rarity, malleability, stability under hot conditions and ability to absorb a considerable amount of hydrogen at room temperature.


 Automobile makers rely on it for their catalytic converters to reduce emissions, jewelers use palladium to create “white gold” alloys and electronics manufacturers have the option of plating with it.

8. Rhenium

One of the densest metals, with the third highest melting point. Rhenium is a by-product of molybdenum, which essentially is a by-product of copper mining.


Uses: Used in high-temperature turbine engines and added to nickel-based superalloys to improve temperature strength. Other uses include filaments, electrical contact material and thermocouples.

9. Silver

This element has the best electrical and thermal conductivity, as well as the lowest contact resistance of all the metals.


Uses: Jewelry, coinage, photography, circuitry, dentistry and batteries. It can also be used to stop the spread of bacteria in cell phone covers, control odor in shoes and clothing and prevent mold in treated wood.

10. Indium

During World War II, it was used as a coating for bearings in aircraft engines, but it can also be used to create corrosive-resistant mirrors, semiconductors, alloys and electrical conductivity in flat-panel devices.