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Sloth Bear Family Like a Dog

1258 Sloth Bear Family Like a Dog

A Sloth Bear recently befriended a human family in Lakhapada village in India. While he was never domesticated, the sloth bear chose to bond with the family and become more than a pet, he was a member of the family.

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“Transformers” Built from Scrap

1255 “Transformers” Built from Scrap
Danilo Baletic, 22, picks scrap metal parts to make sculptures, at a junkyard in Podgorica July 20, 2014. Baletic makes sculptures of his childhood cartoon heroes, “Transformers”, from scrap metal. In the last two years he has made seven “Transformers” sculptures that are placed on the streets of Montenegro’s capital Podgorica as part of an exhibition called “Transformers defending Podgorica”. (Photo by Stevo Vasiljevic/Reuters)

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No More Nightmares: Kids Show Monsters who’s Boss!

Every child fears the monsters lurking under his or her bed as soon as the lights turn off. But now Paris-based photographer, Laure Fauvel, is helping kids battle those scary, hairy and creepy ghouls one nightmare at a time. “I wanted to show the nightmares in a different way, with children fighting fears and not being victims”, Fauvel, 22, said. (Don’t worry. No monsters were hurt during the making of these photos, Fauvel assured).

1254 No More Nightmares: Kids Show Monsters who’s Boss!
Christo fights a monster with a “gun” in his bedroom in Laure Fauvel’s “Terreurs”, 2014, in Paris, France. An imaginative photographer has brought to life monsters that haunt children’s nightmares. Armed with sticks, wands and swords the eight and nine year-olds appear to be getting the upper-hand against the villains. Parisian photographer Laure Fauvel, 22, said: I wanted the children not be victims and to fight the monsters. (Photo by Laure Fauvel/Barcroft Media)

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Six-year-old Roller Skater Gagan Satish

1252 Six year old Roller Skater Gagan Satish
A super flexible schoolboy has become a limbo legend – by roller-skating under 39 cars in a row. It took six-year-old Gagan Satish just 29 seconds to cover a distance of nearly 70 metres with his face just five inches from the ground. (Photo by Arkaprava Ghosh/Barcroft Media India)

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The Mystery of the White Flags on the Brooklyn Bridge

1206 The Mystery of the White Flags on the Brooklyn Bridge

Two bleached-white American flags mysteriously appeared atop the Brooklyn Bridge Tuesday morning. It is unknown whether this stunt was an art project, a political statement or just tomfoolery. Investigators are trying to determine how two bleached-white American flags mysteriously appeared atop the Brooklyn Bridge Tuesday morning—and whether the stunt was an art project, a political statement or just tomfoolery. (Photo: AP)

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Flying Piano Show Hits Munich Airport

1205 Flying Piano Show Hits Munich Airport

German pianist Stefan Aaron plays an orange piano on a “flying carpet” platform suspended from a helicopter, over Munich Airport on Wednesday. The concert is the fourth station of the “Orange Piano Tour,” which brings the artist to places around the world. (Photo: AFP)

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This Is What Different Foods Look Like When Separated Into Monochromatic themes

1204 This Is What Different Foods Look Like When Separated Into Monochromatic themes

Photographer Isabella Vacchi gives us an idea of what different meal settings look like when color variety is absent. Entitled ‘MONOCHROME’, the series organizes food and dining ware according to just four color palettes: black, white, grey, and brown.

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Patterned Paint Roller Kit

1203 Patterned Paint Roller Kit

These patterned paint rollers from The Painted House, based in the UK, come in a range of different designs and are a really good alternative to wallpaper. Each design roller is reusable and interchangeable, and can be used with either the fabric applicator or the wall & paper applicator. You can use them on walls, perk up old wooden furniture, make reams of wrapping paper and meters of fabric.

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Model Transforms Into a Tarantula

1202 Model Transforms Into a Tarantula

Tarantulas are some of the creepiest creatures on the planet but this is just amazing. Model Lowri Thomas is transformed into a human tarantula by body painter Emma Fay, who used water-based paints to turn the ultra-flexible model into the giant arachnid. The artwork was captured by photographer Jonathan Macauley, who recorded the progress of the animalistic designs as they developed.

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Custom Built DIY Swimming Pool

1201 Custom Built DIY Swimming Pool

These people decided to build their own swimming pool and it ended up looking a lot cooler than any swimming pool they could have purchased.

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The Thorny Dragon or Thorny Devil

1200 The Thorny Dragon or Thorny Devil

The thorny dragon or thorny devil (Moloch horridus) is an Australian lizard, also known as the mountain devil, the thorny lizard, or the moloch. This is the sole species of genus Moloch. The thorny devil grows up to 20 cm (8.0 in) in length, and it can live up to 20 years.

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World’s First “Kitten Bar” Opens in Japan

1198 Worlds First Kitten Bar Opens in Japan

According to Dailymail, a “Kitten Bar” Akanasu opens in Tokyo, Japan. It becomes hot for comforting lonely people. The owner Koyanagai has adopted kitties for years.

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Mushroom, UFO or Superstorm?

1197 Mushroom, UFO or Superstorm?

Photographer Jody Miller has been storm chasing and the results are outstanding. These vivid images capture the fury of mother nature in some extraordinarily beautiful landscapes.

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Amazing Sceneries of Inverse Image by Victoria Siemer

1196 Amazing Sceneries of Inverse Image by Victoria Siemer

The group of photos is created by Victoria Siemer, a graphic designer and photographer from Brooklyn, New York, the United States. As a creative designer, Victoria Siemer is keen on changing visual spaces so as to create an unusual visual effect.

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China 2050 by Benoit Cezard

1195 China 2050 by Benoit Cezard

Benoit Cezard said his inspiration came from a viewpoint that China would surpass the U.S. to be the NO.1 power in the world in 2050. He believed that with China’s rapid development, Chinese migrant workers will be replaced by western people, so they have to adapt to that in advance.

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