The cheetah is the fastest land animal.
The picture at the right depicts the work of artist Guido Daniele. The human hand is his canvas. His works of art, which take three to four hours to complete, survive only long enough to be photographed before being washed down the drain with soap and water.
I was also struck by his representation of the American bald eagle, which appears below. I discovered this artist and his works in the recent issue of Readers Digest. There were photographs of several more examples of his work, including an elephant, a dog, and another eagle with its wings spread.
The eyes of his creations even appear to be looking at you.
If you wish to see these images and more, you can visit the magazine's website featuring Daniele's work by clicking here.
While on the subject of animals, here is an accurate depiction of how one goes about training a cat:
Sometimes you can do too good of a job training a dog!
I am proud to say that I have figured out a way to train a turkey.
Ladies, looking for a way to train your man?
Then again there are those that make you wonder if they were ever trained at all!
Then again, maybe the human race had a bad trainer.
On a closing note, I just realized a way to cut down on the number of divorces every year in the country. All you need to do is to have the cell phone companies write the marriage contracts. You'll never get out of them!