Kingfishers – little killing machines
Kingfishers are small bright colored birds that live in both woodland and wetland habitats. Kingfishers that live near water hunt small fish by diving. Their eyes also have evolved an egg-shaped lens able to focus in air and under water while swimming. Kingfishers beat their prey to death. Amazing pictures.
Some crimes will remain unsolved. There are just some people who seem to be above the low.
What really happen, will remain a mystery and will always lead to some allegations.
Everyone has a theory, and the conspiracy ones are the most popular.
It is a shame for such people we lost, all were talented and smart and good looking,
they had all the predispositions to be on the top of the hill, but their lives ended to soon.
The famed rapper and actor was shot in Las Vegas on Sept. 7, 1996. He died four days later from the wounds sustained in the attack.
It was widely assumed that Shakur was killed as part of a coast war between Tupac and Christopher “Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace, but that was debunked by the Smoking Gun.
Meanwhile, Wallace was killed in a shooting less than a year later. Both crimes remain unsolved.
There are really some places where death is illegal
Prohibition of death is a political social phenomenon and taboo in which a law is passed stating that it is illegal to die, usually specifically in a certain political division or in a specific building.
The earliest case of prohibition of death occurred in the 5th century BC, in the Greek island of Delos; dying on Delos was prohibited on religious grounds.
Today, in most cases, the phenomenon has occurred as a satirical protest to the posture of the governments of not approving the expansion of municipal cemeteries with no more space for additional corpses. In Spain one town has prohibited death, in France there have been several settlements which have had death prohibited, whilst in a town—Biritiba Mirim—in Brazil, an attempt to prohibit is currently taking place.
Additionally, there is a traditional prohibition on recording deaths in royal palaces in the United Kingdom, for rather different reasons.