Cat Helps Lost Hikers Find Their Way In The Swiss Mountains

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Redditor sc4s2cg shared some photos of an interesting cat they met while in Switzerland. He got lost while hiking and the cat was nice enough to help him find his way back to the hostel. Other redditors noted that they’ve run into the same cat before and that she helped them find their way home too. Continue reading »

Boxes Into Beds: Brilliant Idea Helps Earthquake Victims In Japan

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On April 14 2016, Japan’s Kyushu Island in Kumamoto Prefecture was rocked by a magnitude 7 earthquake. The earthquake killed nine people and caused widespread damage to the region. Many people lost everything in the disaster, but thanks to these clever ‘Box Beds’, at least the victims have somewhere comfortable to sleep. Continue reading »

Shelter Dog Photobooth Pics Helps More Pups Find Forever Homes

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Nero – Adopted

We’ve previously covered the Humane Society of Utah, an animal rescue and adoption organization in the U.S that famously takes “photo booth” pictures of dogs to get them adopted. Now, pet photographer Guinnevere Shuster is back again, with another series of whimsical dog photos that are looking for a home. Continue reading »

Magical Teacher Helps Students In The Himalayas Play Quidditch

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Anshu Agarwal is a freelance photographer and traveler currently working as a teacher in an isolated Himalayan village in Garhwal, Utterakhand. To help his students along with their English lessons, Anshu started showing Harry Potter films each Sunday. Continue reading »

Instagram Helps Hide the Harsh Reality of Life in India

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Whilst Instagram has helped us all see more of the world, it’s also changed the way we view it in more ways than one. Continuing on from our recent story that revealed what was really happening behind-the-scenes of your favorite Instagram accounts, comes the eye-opening series ‘Broken India’. Continue reading »

String Prototype: Jungle Gym Cube Helps to Climb and Explore

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A group of designers has created a contender for the world’s best jungle gym – a giant inflatable bubble which has endless lengths of rope inside. The unusual project, called String Prototype, has lengths of rope and cables threaded inside the bubble that can take the weight of a person, so users can climb around and explore. The cube’s designers are a Croatian and Austrian collective, Numen, founded by Sven Jonke, Christoph Katzler and Nikola Radeljkovic, who specialize in large-scale interactive projects. When the inflatable cube deflates the ropes get loose and lay on the ground, which means it can be easily packed away. Continue reading »