Incredible animals

There are amazing animals living in every corner of the world, and each has their own unique set of characteristics and behaviors.

Animals are everywhere in different sizes and shape and height

Some incredible animals are unseen there are list of 10 incredible animals these animals are not very popular but they live in earth water ,land and air and other places

1.Glaucus Atlanticus



The sport of cricket has a known history beginning in the late 16th century. Having originated in south-east England, it became the country’s national sport in the 18th century and has developed globally in the 19th and

20th centuries. Internatio

nal matches have been played since 1844 and Test cricket began, retrospectively recognised, in 1877. Cricket is the world’s second most popular spectator sport after association football. Governance is by the International Cricket Council (ICC) which has over one hundred members although only twelve play Test cricket. Only eleven play on ground 

Growth of amateur and professional cricket in England

Evolution of the cricket bat. The original “hockey stick” (left) evolved into the straight bat from c.1760 when
pitched delivery bowling began.

Some oldest players of cricket
Name Country Date of birth
Wilfred Rhodes England 29 October 1877
Bert Ironmonger Australia 7 April 1882
WG Grace England 18 July 1848
George Gunn

Don bradman 



13 June 1879

27 August 1908

Wilfred Rhodes was an English professional cricketer who played 58 Test matches for England between 1899 and 1930. 

Born: 29 October 1877, Kirkheaton, United Kingdom

Died: 8 July 1973, Poole, United Kingdom

Test debut (cap 121): 1 June 1899 v Australia

Batting style: Right-handed

Bowling style: Left-arm orthodox spin


Slow left-arm orthodox


Herbert Ironmonger was a Queensland, Victorian and Australian cricketer. He was the youngest of ten children of a farmer. As a child, he lost the forefinger of his left hand in an industrial accident. 

Born: 7 April 1882, Australia

Died: 31 May 1971, St Kilda, Australia  


William Gilbert “W. G.” Grace, MRCS, LRCP was an English amateur cricketer who was important in the development of the sport and is widely considered one of its greatest-ever players. 

Born: 18 July 1848, Downend, United Kingdom

Died: 23 October 1915, Mottingham, London, United Kingdom

Height: 1.88 m

Spouse: Agnes Nicholls Day (m. 1873)

Buried: Beckenham Crematorium and Cemetery


George Gunn was an English cricketer who played in 15 Tests from 1907 to 1930. Along with other notable batsmen such as Jack Hobbs, Frank Woolley and Phil Mead, he was one of a group who, beginning …

Born: 13 June 1879, Hucknall, United Kingdom

Died: 29 June 1958, Cuckfield, United kingdom


 Sir Donald George Bradman, AC, often referred to as “The Don”, was an Australian cricketer, widely acknowledged as the greatest batsman of all time. 

Born: 27 August 1908, Cootamundra, Australia

Died: 25 February 2001, Kensington Park, Australia

Height: 1.73 m

Test debut (cap 124): 30 November 1928 v England

Years: Team