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    Here’s an info graphic that shows us how to best walk on ice: Walk like a penguin.
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    85 Years of Oscars, a highly detailed poster designed by artist Olly Moss, big pic. Available in post, here.
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    Hug...Cute!
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    "Fighter Art…."
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    Finger Skate.
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    Your hoodie can be used in this way: to hold pop corns by wearing hoodie backwards. Clever way for lazy bones.
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    The picture of the shark seemingly hovering in mid-air above the water was taken by Dana Allen in False Bay, off Cape Town in South Africa.
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    Meat America map is sculpted from fresh meat. "MEAT AMERICA is not just a photo story by renowned photographer Dominic Episcopo. Meat America is a state of mind, an eye-opening and artery-closing tour of America’s spirit of entrepreneurship, rebellion and positivity."
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    British photographer Christopher Swann captures the underwater scene that thousands of fish swarm into a huge shimmering ball to make a last desperate play for survival against an onslaught of dolphins and sharks off the coast of the Azores in the Atlantic Ocean.
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    Redditor CasinoRoy says, “After searching FB for people with the same name as me, I’d replicate their profile pic, make it my own and send them a friend request. Here are the pics.” The reactions were mostly “Who the hell are you?!” and “What the hell man?!”
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    Old boot screwed onto a tree or a fence = new bird house.  Good idea!
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    Tea Time
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    'X-Ray Vision: Fish Inside Out,' an exhibit that opened at the National Museum of Natural History in Washington in February 2012, captures these aquatic wonders in X-rays. The prints offer a glimpse into the intricate inner workings of the fish and, for scientists, allow a detailed study of their anatomy and evolutionary development without dissection." More: a Flickr set of 40 fish x-rays from the exhibit. From the top down: Viper Moray Eel; Wedge-Tail Triggerfish; Long-Spine Porcupine Fish;
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