Dog climbed to a height of five thousand meters

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Homeless dog named Rupee became the first officially registered dog, which managed to climb to a height of more than five thousand meters to the base camp on the way to the summit of Mount Everest.

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Polynesian paradise from the height of the kite

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The incredible beauty of the Paradise landscapes with an unusual point of view. What we get as a result? One of the best collections of photos.These pictures were taken with the camera with remote control, attached to the kites. The author of these pictures – Pierre Lesage, kite flyer, photographer and wind lover, and are taken in French Polynesia and Easter Island.

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Alain Robert climbs 27-storey Habana Libre hotel

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Alain Robert of France, also known as “Spiderman”, climbs on a hotel in Havana on February 4, 2013 Robert, who climbs on buildings around the world without safety equipment, has successfully climbed the hotel, whose height is 126 meters.He ascended the 27-story hotel in about half an hour, pulling himself up from balcony to balcony.Brave man but it must be frightening to watch him climb with no safety equipment on such high buildings. Some people are adrenaline addicts and he will not stop until he is satisfied,and when will that be only Alain Robert knows.

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Kiev Yamakasi

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It’s incredible what this guys can do and survive.

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In the Guinness Book of Records because of body composition

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This 25-year-old got into the Guinness Book of Records because of his unusual appearance. Rob Gillettes waist is equal to 198 cm, and it exceeds its height, which is equal to 160 cm,
and weighs impressive 227 kilograms.

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