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    Machine Feeds Stray Animals For Recycled Bottles

    With roughly 14 million inhabitants, Istanbul, Turkey is one of the world’s largest cities. Living amongst the city dwellers is a swelling number of stray cats and dogs, with an estimated population of 150,000. The issue of stray animals is a polarizing topic in Turkey where any attempts by the Government to address the problem […]

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    Squirrel Gets A Tiny Umbrella For Rain Protection

    A squirrel taking shelter under a mini umbrella is the latest addition to London photographer Max Ellis’ portfolio. He’s succeeded posing squirrels with objects before, including pumpkins, but getting one to pose in the rain was difficult. Ellis’ solution? Coating the umbrella in sunflower seeds and peanut butter before hanging it on fishing line. “I […]

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    Steve Crocodile Hunter’s Daughter Keeping Legacy Alive

    Steve “Crocodile Hunter” Irwin died 10 years ago, but his daughter Bindi Irwin is continuing his legacy of animal conservation. The 16-year-old American citizen is in her final year of school where she is finishing Business and Tourism, after which she plans to work full time at Australia Zoo. Irwin’s Instagram has over 220,000 followers, […]

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    Snails Can Be Beautiful And Courageous

    Let Me Show You How Beautiful And Courageous Snails Can Be I am an amateur photographer and most of the times I photograph dogs. My other passion is photographing snails. Snails are beautiful, curious and courageous. More info: Facebook

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    Real Life Disasters Photos From Around The World

    Artists are able to create out-of-this-world images with their paintbrushes or computers, but the aftermath of Mother Nature is even more imaginative and fantastical. The surreal world shown here looks eery, as if the snapshots here are from the set of the latest disaster movie. These photos show the powerful effects of earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, […]

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    14 Facts That Will Make You Feel Proud To Be An Indian

    India is a land of diversity. We are home to more than a hundred different languages and have a history that goes back thousands of years. Over the period, we have made discoveries that have changed the course of the world’s history. Here’s a small reminder of why India is special.

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    These Pups Are The Living Definition Of ‘Exhausted’

    When you look up “exhaustion” in the dictionary…or type “define exhaustion” into Google…this is what you get: A state of extreme physical or mental fatigue. Okay yeah, sure, that’s fine. But some of us are visual learners, who always needed to play with those brightly-colored plastic tangram shapes to really grasp geometry (ahem, even in […]

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    8 Celebrities Spirits Still Haunt Their Old Homes

    It’s no secret that most celebrities really enjoy being the the center of attention. Just because a celebrity dies doesn’t mean that their spirit is content to disappear from the public eye. In fact, there are more than a few famous celebrity ghosts who frequent their former Hollywood haunts. 1. Marilyn Monroe Monroe’s ghost likes […]

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    Satisfying Arrangements Of Everyday Objects

    Emily Blincoe, a photographer from Austin, Texas, creates beautiful, colorful and soothing photos of everyday objects by arranging them into neat and orderly collections based on size, shape and color. The simple and beautiful patterns in her images are profoundly calming, and they also show that beautiful art can be made from just about anything!

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    The World’s Most-Spoken Languages In A Single Infographic

    This fascinating infographic elegantly breaks down the world’s most popular languages and the countries in which they are spoken. Specifically, the circle represents the 4.1 billion people around the world who speak one of 23 of the world’s most-spoken languages as their native tongue – the numbers of people speaking an actual language in any […]