on Sunday, November 27, 2011
 Happy days are gone for Western Black Rhinos
(Source: Google Images)

In the month of November, the Western Black Rhinos (Diceros bicornis longipes) are declared extinct in Africa, making the count of two subspecies of Rhinos extinct recently. Javan Rhinos too were declared extinct in Veitnam. The conservationalists tracked the dung and found the dead Rhino with a bullet in the body and horns removed and declared that was the last Javan Rhino, in Veitnam. All the species of Rhinos are about to extinct. Officials have added that the White Rhinos in Central Africa too are possibly extinct in the wild. Though Indian Rhinos are now coming back from the extinction line.

The conservationalists set off to search the signs of the Western Black Rhinos in 2006 but found no signs of dung, foot marks, food signs etc. And now after this long search these Rhinos have been declared extinct in Africa. The main reasons for the extinction is lack of political support, commercial poaching and crime groups hunting for precious Rhino horns.

This recent extinction tells us the seriousness of the harm we are making on the nature. After a strong efforts of conservation programs, all the Rhino species are going to extinct! We will not see them in future! Poachers should understand that these bad effects on nature will harms us only in return. We need to get aware and aware others.

IUCN Red List: http://www.iucnredlist.org/
The red list now includes 62,000 endangered species, including 25% mammals.

on Monday, November 21, 2011

(Source: Google Images)

Last year on this day, 21 November, I published my first ever article online on HubPages.com. I've reached a milestone by successfully publishing for 1 year. It's my anniversary, yayyyyyyyy!! From this day my adventure of online publishing started and is still going on. It's my paper anniversary! I'm very happy today! I still feel that I started writing just a few months ago but 1 year has passed. I don't believe this! How quickly time passed away. I'm very much thankful to those who read my crap-y stuff. I wonder how people are still tolerating me. But I loved this past year. I'm very happy! Thanks to all of you who made this 1 year very special and motivated me to write more crap!!

My first ever article: Know About Big Cats
My latest article: Career As A Tattoo Artist 
on Sunday, November 20, 2011
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(I hope this looks nice as I can't see properly, since my computer screen colour has been affected by wonder-what! It has become tinged. I saw this pic on my camera screen only)
on Friday, November 18, 2011
Cancer is a deadly disease that is affecting a majority of
people in modern times. Though it's one of the 
mysterious diseases but still we can prevent them. 
This article shows the types of cancers, its symptoms, 
treatments and prevention. It also includes information
on carcinogenic substances and more. 

Follow the link to read more!!

on Sunday, November 13, 2011

Guys, I want the url of this pic for the movie review. I couldn't find this pic on net. That's why posted it as a blog post. It's a nice movie. I will add the url of the movie review at the end of the blog post.

RIO: Movie Review 
on Monday, November 7, 2011
Now, of course, only a person like me can behave like this! Last month on 18th, a very strong earthquake struck Sikkim, as you may know. A lots of people died and there was a lots of destruction. I was at home that day. And since my state is the adjoining state to Sikkim that's why we too experienced a light shake over here. It wasn't a strong one but still it scared the big jesus out of me! This was my first ever experience with earthquake, even though I spent a very long time in Himachal Pradesh. I never experienced an earthquake there and never expected that I'll experience one here.

What happened, I was playing around and suddenly my father asked me something and we were talking about something. I don't even remember, the earthquake lead to memory loss! Then suddenly the building started shaking. Me and my dad went blank. Now, the thing is, here building shakes a bit when a big truck or bus moves on the road. Maybe because of the shock absorbents or whatever. The building is located near the road, and I think it's a highway. Whatever. The first thing that came in my mind was "the building never shakes like this because of the traffic". The next thing I did was, opened the front door and put my head out to see what's going on. As soon as I opened the door, I saw my neighbours too are in the same condition. I was looking to them, they looked at me. We didn't said anything and I looked here and there. Then the uncle said, "the building is shaking, right??". And I said, "yes uncle". He started saying to his family " get out, there's an earthquake". I got too scared that I got blank and was running here and there.  lol. I'm so stupid. I said to my dad "run, run, run". My dad was very cool like nothing was happening! He has experienced much, much, in fact very much strong earthquake before. He said it was a light one, nothing will happen (because when a strong earthquake starts, you'll not get the time to run here and there! Before doing that the building will fall). I thought that the building will fall before we'll get out of the building and the problem is I live on 8th floor! Anyways, while we were getting down, the earthquake stopped.

You should never behave like how I behaved! I got struck with an article a few days ago. It was like the god has slapped that article on my face, showing me what to do and what not to do. Whenever an earthquake strikes:
  • Keep your mind cool.
  • Don't run here and there like a stupid person (like me)!
  • If the earthquake is very strong that it's hard for you to even stand or if the things starts falling, then never try to run out of the building, instead, try to find something strong like a table and hide yourself under it.
  • Don't stay near the front door, windows, bookshelves etc, as they can break and fall on you.
  • After the earthquake, get out the building as there are always chance for a second earthquake and stay alert for next 24 hours.
  • Don't light fire because there maybe some gas leakages.
  • If you're on road then get out of the car or whatever. But don't leave it on the road. The roads should be free for the ambulances and fire brigade.
  • You should help the victims, at last.
Every natural calamities brings a lots of destruction but you need to keep your mind cool. This is very important. You wouldn't be able to think, otherwise.

Stay safe and never behave like me during a calamity!

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