Villagers and experts have captured a one-ton saltwater crocodile which they plan to make the star of a planned ecotourism park in Agusan del Sur province.
The male crocodile was described in an Associated Press report as 6.4 meters (21 feet) long which, if confirmed, would make it bigger than the 5.5-meter saltwater crocodile in Cairns, Australia. The Australian crocodile has been cited by the Guinness Book of Records as the biggest captive crocodile in the world.
Mayor Cox Elorde on Monday said that dozens of villagers and experts ensnared the crocodile along a creek in Bunawan town, Agusan del Sur, after a three-week hunt. It was captured by villagers using a trap.
a short film about post-nuclear Tokyo in the future. it’s finally out and available to view online!
every breath the young people and kids in Tohoku and Kanto including Tokyo take and everything they put in their mouths right now may or may not determine if they will get cancer at a younger age or if they will be able to have healthy kids when they grow up. …O__O
[i was looking forward to this film though the promo kind of gave away most of it… but it’s still pretty thought-provoking. and scary.]
23才の夏休み 神聖かまってちゃん (by vivaru) Summer Vacation, Age 23— Shinsei Kamattechan [2:20 nudity but not blatant]
a lot of their songs are about depressing things like being bullied, hikikomori (shut-in), and suicidal tendencies but i think a lot of people relate or become more aware about those issues through their songs and that’s part of why they’ve become popular. and their music is fun. they even are featured in their own movie!