Ripley's Believe It or Not by Ripley’s Believe It or Not! for December 06, 2014
The sap of the Venezuelan cow tree is drunk like milk by locals who added to coffee and whip it to make into cheese. Frederick The Great of Prussia, (1712-1786) built a summer place, Sanssouci, or no worries, where no women were invited- even his queen did not visit. Abdelkader Baba runs a ski rental shop in the Sahara desert in Niger- the skis are designed for skiing down sand dunes!
Templo S.U.D. over 8 years ago
I wonder if you can find Venezuelan cow tree cheese in that “Monty Python” cheese shop; it doesn’t even have Venezuelan beaver cheese.
cdnalor over 8 years ago
Milk and cheese from a tree? You don’t get more vegan than that!
Stephen Gilberg over 8 years ago
You mean Frederick?
Nicole ♫ ⊱✿ ◕‿◕✿⊰♫ Premium Member over 8 years ago
I almost said, “A ski-rental shop in a desert is obviously just a front!” until I read the rest of the fact about skiing down sand dunes.
Fuzzy Thinker Premium Member over 8 years ago
Skiing down Haleakala Crater on Maui is dangerous. The rocks created by lava shred the skis as you go down.