Photographer Chris Van Wyk was taking photos in a Queensland river and found a turtle sporting a green mohawk. It turned out to be an endangered Mary River turtle, which happened to have a lot of algae growing on its head. Source


Saint James Church massacre, 25 July 1993

On July 25, 1993, four black men of the Azanian People’s Liberation Army (APLA), the military wing of the Pan Africanist Congress (PAC - the black racist communist party, which supports the false notion that the entire African continent would belongs only to the blacks), attacked St James Church of England at Kenilworth, Cape Town, during the Sunday evening service, when there were about 1,000 people.
The church was chosen as objective because it was frequented almost exclusively by whites.
Two APLA men entered the church throwing hand grenades and firing on the crowd with R4 assault rifles. They killed 11 people and injured 58. Among the dead, all whites, there were four Russian sailors. Another sailor, an Ukrainian, lost both legs and an arm.
The number of victims could be much higher if a member of the congregation, Charl van Wyk, had not responded to the fire with his revolver, wounding one of the attackers. At that point the two men of the APLA decided to fled the church and not to bring to completion the original plan, which would have had to finish throwing four petrol bombs among the faithful.


The Airstrip male leopard by Pieter van Wyk by MalaMala Game Reserve