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20 Stunning Photos Of The Human Race – Caveman Circus
Stick figures explain every weird social interaction you may have in a day – Linkiest
Chopper the Biker Dog Helps Hospital Patients Heal – Dogster
When You Watch This, You’ll Re-Think What You Eat Every Day – Quirly Cues
7 Things only cat owners can understand – Husky Lovers
Tiny Mice Munching On Human Food Is The Cutest Thing You’ll See – Rant Pets
Bella Thorne Rockin’ a Tight White Sports Bra and Pants – G-Celeb
I’ve Always Been a Sucker for a Girl With Dimples (38 Photos) – Radass
Baby Rhino Hurt Defending His Mom From Poachers Gets Lots Of Care and Hugs – The Dodo
Someone Keep This Wannabe Stripper Away from the Pole – The Blemish
The Top 100 Movie One Liners Ever Made – Regretful Morning
Five Reasons Stay Dead is the Best Bad Video Game Ever – Gunaxin
15 prom photos that are so mortifying, they’ll make you glad to be an adult for once – SomeECards
Netflix Lands Disney/Marvel/Lucasfilm Properties, Could a ‘Star Wars’ Netflix Series Be Far Behind? – Double Viking
The 20 Funniest Vintage Yearbook Quotes (gallery) – World Wide Interweb
Gotta love all those work shenanigans (30 Photos) – Bad Sentinel
This 344-square-foot apartment in China can transform into 24 different rooms – Business Insider
Things were looking grim for tortoise Freddy when he was caught in a bush fire in Brazil. Thankfully a group of tech savvy surgeons called The Animal Avengers assembled to his rescue and gave Freddy a second chance in the form of an awesome 3D printed shell.
“Freddy was the first tortoise in the world to receive a fully rebuilt hull and the first creature that we, as a newly formed group of animal rescuers, decided to help,” said the designer Cicero Moraes. He managed to recreate a 3D version of a former shell looking only at Freddy’s pictures. The design was sent to a dental surgeon, Dr. Paulo Miamoto, who then 3D printed the actual shell.
Awesome news for Freddy, and a glimpse into the promising future for the rest of us.
His shell was badly damaged so a group of volunteers made him a new one…with a 3D printer!
When Cheyenne March brought her new bearded dragon home, she wasn’t sure how her cat would react.
Baby the cat is 4 years old, and cats aren’t exactly known for welcoming new pets into their homes with open arms.
Charles, the little female lizard, was small enough that March was concerned her cat may gobble her up. Surprisingly, Charles walked right up to Baby looking for a cuddle. The curious cat nuzzled the scaly creature, and then something unbelievable happened.
The bearded dragon and the furry feline became best friends!
The incredibly unlikely duo began to spend their days bird-watching, cuddling, and even going for walks together. March was understandably shocked by her pets’ newfound friendship, and started documenting it for the world to see.
Scroll through below to see how Charles and Baby spend their days together, and then watch the video of this odd pair in action!
“Grandma no! I’m ticklish!”
When someone eats your lunch and you realize you work in an office full of savages
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A Damn Fine Collection Of Fascinating Photos – Caveman Circus
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30 Common Dream Symbols and Their Meanings – Quirly Cues
Well My Bucket List Has Been Re-Written Since I Saw These Breathtaking Images – Slip Talk
Incredibly Caring Mama Birds Feeding Their Babies – Rant Pets
What Cats Would Say If They Could Talk (23 Photos) – Radass
Ariel Winter Shows Bella Thorne She Doesn’t Wear Bras Either – G-Celeb
The Best Podcasts for Smart People – Ranker
The CEO of Japan Airlines cut his perks that he now makes less than some of the pilots in the company – YouTube
Florida Teen Caught Screwing 25 Boys in School Bathroom on Snapchat – The Blemish
20 of the Most Terrible Rock Band Pics Yet – Regretful Morning
This Japanese pop star was attacked by a fan, and the reason is so, so tragic – Rare
The Universe In 4 Minutes – World Wide Interweb
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X-Force is Already in the Works Because There’s No Such Thing as Too Much of a Good Thing Anymore – Double Viking
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5 signs you’re going to be extraordinarily successful – Business Insider
Mihaela Noroc of Romania decided to travel the world (on the cheap) and create an Atlas of Beauty to see how beauty looks around the world. Her photo series shows a wide variety of beautiful women in their environment and clothing of choice. The result is more impressive and beautiful than any Miss Universe pageant.
“Global trends make us look and behave the same, but we are all beautiful because we are different.” she writes on Bored Panda. “In the end, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and the beholder is always somebody else. My goal is to continue and take photos of women from each country of the globe, making ‘The Atlas Of Beauty’ a mirror of our diverse societies and an inspiration for people that try to remain authentic.”
And there’s the point: following fashion trends isn’t a must for beauty and dressing to reflect your culture isn’t a sin. In a sense, it’s about remaining true to your cultural roots and not sacrificing everything to the cold and uncaring fashion gods of Paris or New York.
A young woman, Tansy Aspinall, grew up alongside gorillas during her childhood because her parents ran The Aspinall Foundation, a non-profit organization that rehabilitates gorillas that were in captivity at a park in England. One of her closest gorilla friends, who she last saw at the age of 11, was released back into the wild and Aspinall went to see if she could reunite with him.
Animals are such intelligent beings, often having memories and senses that surpass those of humans. Many animals, such as elephants, crows, and sea lions, have superb long-term memories that allow them to remember loved ones, grieve, and even seek revenge.
Gorillas are no different, which is something Aspinall learned when she went to visit a gorilla she had grown up with and last seen 12 years prior.
Aspinall told Daily Mail in an interview,
“My sister Clary and I often played with Djalta and Bimms on the lawn and sometimes we went into the cages with other gorillas. I loved being around them all, but those two guys were really very special to us, like our relatives.”
Though Bimms’ and Tansy’s childhood relationship was strong, as she said that they “would come up and hug you, and we’d run and roll around and chase them,” Apinall was understandably apprehensive about meeting Bimms again. She wasn’t sure if he would even recognize her or if he had perhaps even become dangerous like all wild animals can be when defending themselves.
Once the two reunited, all of her apprehensions disappeared. Bimms immediately recognized his best friend from so many years ago and offered her hugs.
Tansy was relieved and happy about the reunion, saying,
“He definitely recognized me. He was so sweet and he was hugging me and being so gentle. He’s 18 now.”
It’s adorable how these two were able to connect after all these years, and it reminds humans that animals have a level of intelligence that many don’t give them credit for.
Watch below to see the touching reunion between Tansy and Bimms.