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A fascinating collection of beautiful wild animals in their exciting environment!
I recommend you to see them too )


Wild Nature Collection (54 pics)


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Cool! I certainly got a chuckle out of it! I'd love to go to Russia myself & see some of this kind of stuff.

Only in Russia (169 pics)

Only in Russia (169 pics)


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The result is obvious )

Before and After (14 pics) Before and After (14 pics)


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Plasticine... (27 pics)


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Beautiful, but it is terrible...

Most Dangerous Job... (23 pics)


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In December of 2006, Mexico's new President Felipe CalderСn declared war on the drug cartels, reversing earlier government passiveness. Since then, the government has made some gains, but at a heavy price - gun battles, assasinations, kidnappings, fights between rival cartels, and reprisals have resulted in over 9,500 deaths since December 2006 - over 5,300 killed last year alone. President Barack Obama recently announced extra agents were being deployed to the border and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton heads to Mexico today to pursue a broad diplomatic agenda - overshadowed now by spiraling drug violence and fears of greater cross-border spillover. Officials on both sides of the border are committed to stopping the violence, and stemming the flow of drugs heading north and guns and cash heading south.

Mexico's drug war (34 pics)


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Here are some photographs of the Brazilian prison that give a mixed effect. On the one hand, the photos are quite professional and consequently interesting to look at. On the other, the reality they depict is very sad!

Brazil Prison (23 pics)



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OMG! Train Accident (7 pics)


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Japanese kitchen knives cost more than a camera, they can't be washed in a machine, are subject to rusting and boy, they are so sharp that if you slip you'll lose a finger or two before you can say banzai. There is no doubt that these are the best knives in the world. Nothing comes close to them in terms of sharpness. With one of these knives, you could slice fish so thin you could read a whole chapter of La Physiologie du Goût through the slices. Earlier this month, I had the chance to see how knives are made in Japan like they have been for the last 200 years, following Mr Bjorn Heiberg from Chroma, a company that sells these legendary knives.

Japanese Bladesmiths (36 pics)


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How ****** spoiled a picnic (12 pics)


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This is just incredible how these hand made traps with simple tools were so genius end efficient. The first part of the story is telling about tunnels which were used by Viet Cong guerrillas as hiding spots during combat. And in the second part you’ll see the whole picture gallery of several traps made by Viet Cong soldiers.

In two words, these underground tunnels of Củ Chi served as communication and supply routes, hospitals, food and weapon caches and living quarters for numerous guerrilla fighters. And their traps were very efficient. If soldiers who got there didn’t die right away they screamed because the pain was outrageous and when their fellow soldiers tried to help them out of there, the Viet Cong gorillas came out of the tunnels and killed the whole unit of American soldiers.

Viet Cong tunnel systems (22 pics)

Viet Cong tunnel systems (22 pics)


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Wow! Wow! Wow!
I recommend to look!

Really Big Trucks (33 pics)

Really Big Trucks (33 pics)


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Nazism, commonly known as National Socialism (German: Nationalsozialismus), refers primarily to the ideology and practices of the Nazi Party under Adolf Hitler; and the policies adopted by the government of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945, a period also known as the Third Reich.

The Big Lie of the late 20th century was that Nazism was Rightist. It was in fact typical of the Leftism of its day. It was only to the Right of Stalin's Communism. The very word "Nazi" is a German abbreviation for "National Socialist" (Nationalsozialist) and the full name of Hitler's political party (translated) was "The National Socialist German Workers' Party" (In German: Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei).

Nazi Germany - Color Photos from LIFE archive


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Stupid Builders (46 pics)


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I have never seen such suspensions before.
I do not know how reliable they are but judging by the pictures, it seems to work well.

Impressive off-road Jeeps (21 pics)


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This is one record we would never want to break and gladly leave it to Radhakant Bajpai of India. One of Radhakant Bajpai's hair measures an amazing 13.2 cm. or 5.19 inches.

Longest ear hair ever in the world (5 pics)


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Vast, self-indulgent halls of columned marble and extravagant chandeliers, surrounded by pools, walls, moats, and, beyond that, empty desert, suddenly look more like college dormitories. Weight sets, flags, partition walls, sofas, basketball hoops, and even posters of bikini'd women have been imported to fill Saddam's spatial residuum. The effect is oddly decorative, as if someone has simply moved in for a long weekend, unpacking an assortment of mundane possessions.

The effect is like an ironic form of camouflage, making the perilously foreign seem all the more familiar and habitable—a kind of military twist on postmodern interior design.

Richard Mosse - Saddam's Palaces (32 pics)


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Pencil and Charcoal Drawings - PART 2 (53 pics)


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A disturbing report on the terrible working conditions and appauling pay in Indonesia's mining industry.

The Worst Job (19 pics)


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Powerful, anonymous images that I found on the web...

Cars on Fire (42 pics)


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Kyaraben or charaben, a shortened form of character bento, is a style of elaborately arranged bento which features food decorated to look like people, characters from popular media, animals, and plants. Japanese homemakers often spend considerable time devising their children's meals including their boxed lunches.

Originally, a decorated bento was intended to arouse interest from children in their food and to encourage a wider range of eating habits. It has now evolved to the point where national contests are held, from which kyaraben artists can gain fame and become invited seminar speakers and authors on the subject.

Kyaraben (13 pics)


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What's the Best USB Flash Drive? (34 pics)

What's the Best USB Flash Drive? (34 pics)


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A Cave House is for sale on Ebay. It's starting bid is $300,000. It is located in Festus, Missouri, United States and was initially purchased by the Sleeper family in 2003 on ebay. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and is 2.80 acres. If you want to live in a cave house then start bidding now. I have not seen any bids at the moment though. You can see more about this home for sale through the pictures below.

Cave House for Sale on Ebay (12 pics + video)


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I’m a sucker for these 3D chalk drawings...

Hell Street (8 pics)


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Just take a look what terrible crashes can happen on the Nascar show.
I guess even if these guys survived they had a great stress and new pair of underwear.
Take a look!

NASCAR Crashes (35 pics)


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There are ideas?
The answer in continuation...

What is this? (4 pics)


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Macropinna microstoma is the only species of fish in the genus Macropinna, belonging to Opisthoproctidae, the barreleye family. It is recognized for a highly unusual transparent, fluid-filled dome on its head, through which the lenses of its eyes can be seen.The eyes have a barrel shape and can be rotated to point either forward or straight up, looking through the fish's transparent dome. M. microstoma has a tiny mouth and most of its body is covered with large scales. The fish normally hangs nearly motionless in the water, at 0a depth of about 600 metres (2,000 ft) to 800 metres (2,600 ft), using its large fins for stability and with its eyes directed upward. In the low light conditions it is assumed the fish detects prey by its silhouette. MBARI researchers Bruce Robison and Kim Reisenbichler observed that when prey such as small fish and jellyfish are spotted, the eyes rotate like binoculars, facing forward as it turns its body from a horizontal to a vertical position to feed. Robison speculates that M. microstoma steals food from siphonophores.
M. microstoma has been known to science since 1939, by Chapman, but is not known to have been photographed alive until 2004. Old drawings do not show the transparent dome, as it is usually destroyed when brought up from the depths.

Fish With Transparent Head (11 pics)


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I was laughing so hard I cried :)
It’s just excellent!

Ridiculous cosplays (46 pics)


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Geek Erotica (13 pics)


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Take a look at these hockey fights. They all are sometimes angry sometimes funny but always painfull as I think. Do you have any ideas?

Hockey Fights (33 pics)