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Incredible Close-Ups of Van Gogh’s Paintings from Google Art Project

If you feel like you haven’t spent enough time in the museums in your life, Google gives you a chance to catch up on your art education. Google Art Project allows you to virtually explore over 40 000 images, gathered from more than 40 countries. What is more, some of the images are in the gigapixel format! Here‘s a selection of Van Gogh’s paintings, zoomed in to demonstrate one of the project‘s feature and show you some of the smallest details and strokes.

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21 More Strange Animals You Didn’t Know Exist

Even if you’re a dedicated animal enthusiast, you can’t honestly expect to know all of the 1,367,555 non-insect animal species, that are identified on the face of Earth today! Here’s a new list of 21 more animals you’ve most likely never heard of, and probably won’t see prancing around your backyard anytime soon.

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Cat Owner Built an Outdoor Catwalk Around His House

Cats often like a stroll outside, but that can cause some stress for their owners. To keep his feline friend safe, close to home and happy, one Japanese cat owner built this awesome fenced outdoor catwalk around the walls of his house. The creation makes sure that the cat can get some fresh air, but stay where you could always find it. Gotta admit, in a country with a shortage of space for people and pets alike, this structure is a really great idea!

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The Passage of Time Shown in Layered Collages by Fong Qi Wei

In his time lapse series called ‘Time is a Dimension’, Singapore-based photographer Fong Qi Wei doesn’t use a typical long exposure trick. He captures the passing time by layering different photos of the same spot with clear edge lines of each frame. Each collage is digitally cut and created from pictures Fong takes within 2 to to 4 hours.

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Scientifically Accurate Planetary Structural Layer Cakes by Cakecrumbs

Meet Rhiannon: a self-taught chef from Australia, whose cross-sectional photos of planet cakes have gone viral on the Internet within a couple of weeks. A 25-year-old Zoology graduate from Australia bakes cakes that are scientifically accurate and portray all the layers within Jupiter and Earth. In her recipes, mudcake becomes Jupiter’s theoretical rock/ice core, almond butter serves as the liquid metallic hydrogen, and colored vanilla is used to imitate the liquid molecular hydrogen.

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