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The plunge pool is a proper organic pool (natural swimming pool), only smaller. And this one is small enough to fit in a modest garden to bring the delights of plunging into organic water to more of us. (Click image for FAQs & instruction for making one.)

The plunge pool is a proper organic pool (natural swimming pool), only smaller. And this one is small enough to fit in a modest garden to bring the delights of plunging into organic water to more of us. (Click image for FAQs & instruction for making one.)

1-Mosquitoes make number one on the list of deadliest animal in world. This small blood-sucking insect kills over a million people each year worldwide. It can spread diseases, most notably malaria. It can also spread elephantiasis, yellow fever, and West Nile virus. Mosquitoes are found in abundance in tropical areas and can also survive the winter in countries with lower temperatures such as Canada.

TOP 10 Deadliest Animals In The World - You’ll Never Guess who is #1

1-Mosquitoes make number one on the list of deadliest animal in world. This small blood-sucking insect kills over a million people each year worldwide. It can spread diseases, most notably malaria. It can also spread elephantiasis, yellow fever, and West Nile virus. Mosquitoes are found in abundance in tropical areas and can also survive the winter in countries with lower temperatures such as Canada.

Iantha Naicker is a talented illustrator from South Africa. She recently did a mini-series of drawing that are beyond cute. His characters don’t want to stay still on lined paper, so they play with the lines.

Animals that don't want to stay between the lines

Iantha Naicker is a talented illustrator from South Africa. She recently did a mini-series of drawing that are beyond cute. His characters don’t want to stay still on lined paper, so they play with the lines.

Russell's viper snake, Sri Lanka This Russell's viper snake takes advantage of the rain in Sri Lanka. Picture: Rex.

Animal pictures of the week: 17th April 2015

Russell's viper snake, Sri Lanka This Russell's viper snake takes advantage of the rain in Sri Lanka. Picture: Rex.

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