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Baby Dwarf Goat Adorably HeadButts Horse.[video]

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The Fear Of Post-Apocalypse In Dark Illustrations By Pavel Proskurin

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Pavel Proskurin is a talented Illustrator based in Ukraine. His works are full of details. The artist has a dark, strange and mature universe. The environments he paints are gloomy and the creatures really horrible.




















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My corn snake, Cicero, getting into the Christmas spirit….



My corn snake, Cicero, getting into the Christmas spirit. Adopted two years ago from the Colorado Reptile Humane Society http://www.corhs.org (Source: http://ift.tt/1ZDR6pN)

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The Retired Teacher Has Converted His Council Flat Into A Stunning Home, Complete With Mosaics Inspired By Gaudí

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Jam Imani Rad, 65, has converted his council flat into a stunning home, complete with mosaics inspired by Gaudí The retired teacher spent $3,000 (£2,000) of his own money and around 11 years to finish the lavish interior decorations This was despite him being ordered to dig up the $7,000 (£5,000) community garden he created in front of his flats this year.

Mr Rad, who has spent 11 years on his interior decorations, told Daily Mail: “Making a nice communal garden and art work on the wall for the people in Preston was my way of saying thank you for all the kindness and generosity I have received.”

The inspiration behind Mr Rad’s lovingly decorated home are his two favourite artists, Gaudi and left-field Austrian architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser. The pensioner even met the eccentric Hundertwasser when he was working on buildings in Salzburg, in Austria.

“I felt like an alien at first but these people embraced my feelings, they shared their resources and they shared their love. Half was shared with the public and the other half is kept inside my home. Creativity is not something to be taken for granted, but a necessity to keep me alive.”

Mr Rad, who first moved to Preston to study at the University of Central Lancashire, said he had grown incredibly fond of his adopted home and spent around $3,000 (£2,000) on its extravagant surroundings. His lavish interior designs come despite him being ordered to stop gardening after creating a suburban oasis for neighbours outside their council homes.

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よく見るとガチで怖い画像

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一見、なんの変哲もない写真だが・・・ 続きを読む

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Hello from the other side (Source: http://ift.tt/1OzCLJd)



Hello from the other side (Source: http://ift.tt/1OzCLJd)

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Fascinating Look at the Corpse Flower, Which Smells Like Rotting Flesh When it Blooms

Corpse Flower

Here's a fascinating look at carrion flowers, better known as corpse flowers, which emit an odor that smells like rotting flesh. This odor is used to attract scavenging flies and beetles as pollinators, but some species even trap the insects temporarily to ensure the gathering and transfer of pollen. Titan arum (above), which has the world's largest flower head, presents an inflorescence or compound flower composed of a spadix or stalk of small and anatomically reduced male and female flowers, surrounded by a spathe that resembles a single giant petal. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information. Click here to view more images of the corpse flower.

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TRANSFERT by Camille Sei



TRANSFERT by Camille Sei

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Appreciate What You Have And Stop Comparing Yourself To Others

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We live in a society in which, in one way or another, everyone compares themselves to others. This in turn gives rise to a devastating feeling — jealousy. The following comic strip really helps you think about how this feeling is actually meaningless, and how important it is to appreciate what we have.

We love the simplicity of the ideas expressed here by the author, Igor Kalashnikov, and we just had to share them with you. Take a look.

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