What do nearly 7 million people and some of the coolest, most spectacular things on the internet have in common? The ‘Interesting As F***’ subreddit! A massive community with some of the best content on Reddit, this subreddit will make your jaw drop with their posts. And you’re bound to feel like your IQ, imagination, and creativity are improving by the minute. Personally, these posts make me feel like the world’s far more magical.

We’ve collected some of their most eye-popping and entrancing posts for you to enjoy, dear Pandas, so scroll on down and feast your eyes and your minds. Remember to upvote your fave pics! We’d also love to hear from you which pics surprised you the most. And if you have any ‘interesting as fudge’ facts to share as well, our comment section is always open to you! Oh, and read on for Bored Panda's interview with MaxLemon, one of the subreddit's moderators, who told us all about how they manage an online community of such size.

#1

Meet Narnia, A Rare Two Faced Cat

Meet Narnia, A Rare Two Faced Cat

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chrissy
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5 months ago

looks like an anime cat

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These 3 Jewish Men Arrived In Auschwitz On The Same Day, & Were Tattooed 10 Numbers Apart. 73 Years Later, Sandi Bachom Photographed Them Meeting For The First Time For The Last Eyewitness Project, As Free Men Who Survived To Build Families And Prosperous Lives

These 3 Jewish Men Arrived In Auschwitz On The Same Day, & Were Tattooed 10 Numbers Apart. 73 Years Later, Sandi Bachom Photographed Them Meeting For The First Time For The Last Eyewitness Project, As Free Men Who Survived To Build Families And Prosperous Lives

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Bill
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5 months ago

The tattoos were punch card numbers for an IBM tracking system. The project for the Nazi's was IBM's biggest project until the 1950s

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Turkish Garbage Collectors Open A Library With All Of The Books Citizens Discard In Their Trash

Turkish Garbage Collectors Open A Library With All Of The Books Citizens Discard In Their Trash

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divydumdrop hello
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5 months ago

This is an amazing idea! and it is not very unsanitary if they were put in the recycling..library books are honestly probably dirtier

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Moderator MaxLemon told Bored Panda that even though the subreddit gets lots of content, it's not so terribly expansive that moderating is impossible.

"Essentially, we utilize the AutoModerator function to highlight key words and phrases as well as post types. Then we hand review those highlights and either approve or remove said postings. AutoModerator only highlights about 5-10% of the posts in a queue of 100 per page, however, and so the majority of the work is going through manual reports and making a judgement call on whether or not something follows our community guidelines."

According to MaxLemon, sometimes the moderating tasks are pretty easy. "Like if there's a poorly written title, if there's text on an image, or if it's obviously spam. In other cases, you have to act like a detective and build a picture of why something got reported or if the user who is being reported is genuine," they explained that the moderators' job can get pretty hectic at times.

#4

A German Circus Is Using Holograms Instead Of Live Animals For A Cruelty-Free Magical Experience. And It's Cool

A German Circus Is Using Holograms Instead Of Live Animals For A Cruelty-Free Magical Experience. And It's Cool

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banana man
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but when they need to ride the holograms, how?

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102-Year-Old Beatrice Lumpkin Put On A Face Shield And Gloves And Took Her Ballot To The Mailbox Today. When She Was Born, Women Couldn't Vote

102-Year-Old Beatrice Lumpkin Put On A Face Shield And Gloves And Took Her Ballot To The Mailbox Today. When She Was Born, Women Couldn't Vote

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glowworm2
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5 months ago

Good for you, Beatrice.

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#6

Some Drugstores In The Czech Republic Introduced Shampoo And Shower Gel Filling Machines. Customers Can Refill Their Empty Bottles With Various Products So They Don't Have To Buy A New One Everytime

Some Drugstores In The Czech Republic Introduced Shampoo And Shower Gel Filling Machines. Customers Can Refill Their Empty Bottles With Various Products So They Don't Have To Buy A New One Everytime

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divydumdrop hello
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5 months ago

I really wish the U.S. had these refill stations in more stores.

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"It should be no surprise that with a subreddit as large as ours that there is always an attempt to advertise from a third party or scam the users and so part of our work is rooting out those false people, countering their spam tactics, etc."

We also wanted to find out MaxLemon's opinion about where the line between something that's "just" interesting and intersting AF lies. "The line is hard to define, to be honest, and it definitely varies by moderator. If the same thing was posted multiple times on our subreddit, it's no longer interesting AF, much less interesting. If it feels like it fits more on /r/mildyinteresting, then it's not iaf."

#7

My Grandpa In Front Of The Plane He Flew In World War II. He Is 97 Now

My Grandpa In Front Of The Plane He Flew In World War II. He Is 97 Now

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Bunny Wood
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5 months ago

All hail your grandpa

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#8

A Bonsai Apple Tree Growing A Full-Sized Apple

A Bonsai Apple Tree Growing A Full-Sized Apple

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Kirsten Kerkhof
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5 months ago

Good job!

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#9

Biracial Twin Sisters Born To A White Father And A Half-Jamaican Mother

Biracial Twin Sisters Born To A White Father And A Half-Jamaican Mother

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ADHORTATOR
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5 months ago

both beautiful young ladies

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Like the moderators of the subreddit say, their community is meant for “almost anything” that people find incredibly interesting. And with that kind of content, it’s no surprise that people have been flooding in since 2008 (yup, the subreddit has been online for over 12 staggering years!).

The size of the subreddit is absolutely shocking. So much so that the team curating the content that makes its way to the front page of the subreddit has some help from automated moderators to help keep everything flowing nicely. Two of the mods are AIs: AutoModerator and BotDefense. It only makes sense to enlist their help when your community has boomed to such an extent. Let’s just hope that the AI mods don’t turn against their fellow redditors.

#10

Saying Goodbye To A Species, The Very Last Male Northern White Rhino. A Powerful Photo Of 2018

Saying Goodbye To A Species, The Very Last Male Northern White Rhino. A Powerful Photo Of 2018

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Brigs
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5 months ago

I am ashamed to be a human right now

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#11

Anti Poachers Guarding The Gorillas Selfie

Anti Poachers Guarding The Gorillas Selfie

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Bill
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5 months ago

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People who go on legal big game hunts support the salaries of the rangers protecting the preserves.

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#12

This Tiny Lizard Perfectly Shedding Looks Like He's Wearing A Tiny Lizard Space Suit

This Tiny Lizard Perfectly Shedding Looks Like He's Wearing A Tiny Lizard Space Suit

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Rowlie
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5 months ago

Hats off to him

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Why we find some things interesting and think other things are boring is more complicated than it seems. Tom Vanderbilt, author of ‘You May Also Like,’ spoke with ‘The Atlantic’s’ Julie Beck about why people like things. According to him, our taste (i.e. our likes and dislikes) is humanity’s way of ordering information and filtering the world.

Taste is also a form of social learning that has turned into a way of figuring out what activities and things are linked to prestige. In other words, if someone we respect likes something or finds something interesting, then you’d better bet your bottom dollar that we’ll instinctively want to check it out.

“There’s no silver bullet theory for explaining anyone's taste. It's always a mixture of exposure, of culture, of a person's personality. And none of these are particularly static or fixed. The nice thing about tastes is that they are subject to change. We can kind of always be reinventing them and reinventing ourselves a little bit,” Vanderbilt said.

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This Wolf And Bear Pair Were Documented Travelling, Hunting And Sharing Food Together For 10 Days

This Wolf And Bear Pair Were Documented Travelling, Hunting And Sharing Food Together For 10 Days

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Anton Kider
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5 months ago

Bunch of lies: they're actually looking for Mogli

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#14

John Thompson Was Home Alone When He Had Both His Arms Ripped Off In A Farming Accident. However, He Still Managed To Get Up And Dial For Help Via Holding A Pencil In His Mouth. He Survived And Both His Arms Were Reattached

John Thompson Was Home Alone When He Had Both His Arms Ripped Off In A Farming Accident. However, He Still Managed To Get Up And Dial For Help Via Holding A Pencil In His Mouth. He Survived And Both His Arms Were Reattached

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Ericka Hokkanen
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5 months ago

WOW that is so neat!!

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#15

Juvenile Owls Often Sleep Face Down Because Their Heads Are Too Heavy

Juvenile Owls Often Sleep Face Down Because Their Heads Are Too Heavy

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divydumdrop hello
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5 months ago

Ahh I love this :))

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U.S. Marshalls Escorting The Extremely Brave Ruby Bridges, 6 Years Old, To School In 1960. This Courageous Young Girl Is Known For Being The First African American Child To Attend An All-White Elementary School In The South

U.S. Marshalls Escorting The Extremely Brave Ruby Bridges, 6 Years Old, To School In 1960. This Courageous Young Girl Is Known For Being The First African American Child To Attend An All-White Elementary School In The South

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divydumdrop hello
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5 months ago

Aww, this is amazing and also so unfair that a 6-year old has to deal with such discrimination. I love how you can see her determination and how the officers are smiling at her cuteness.

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#17

It Is 'Kukur Tihar' Here In Nepal. Today Is The Day When Dogs Are Worshiped And Thanked For Their Loyalty

It Is 'Kukur Tihar' Here In Nepal. Today Is The Day When Dogs Are Worshiped And Thanked For Their Loyalty

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Bunny Wood
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5 months ago

Quite right too

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#18

Photographer Gets One In A Lifetime Shot Of Meteor By Accident

Photographer Gets One In A Lifetime Shot Of Meteor By Accident

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divydumdrop hello
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5 months ago

Wow, stunning!

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#19

This Sculpture By Issac Cordal In Berlin Is Called ‟politicians Discussing Global Warming.”

This Sculpture By Issac Cordal In Berlin Is Called ‟politicians Discussing Global Warming.”

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Rowlie
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5 months ago

Everything's fine

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#20

I Run Down An Old Dirt Road. Trash Is Dumped There. One Day I Stopped And Found A Box Of Money. All The Envelopes Are Different Countries All Over The World. Mostly Date From The 1700s-1900s. The Oldest Is A Coin From 1621. I’ve Got Some From Countries That No Longer Exist. I’m Still Researching

I Run Down An Old Dirt Road. Trash Is Dumped There. One Day I Stopped And Found A Box Of Money. All The Envelopes Are Different Countries All Over The World. Mostly Date From The 1700s-1900s. The Oldest Is A Coin From 1621. I’ve Got Some From Countries That No Longer Exist. I’m Still Researching

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divydumdrop hello
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5 months ago

That is amazing!!

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On This Day 40 Years Ago Terry Fox, A 21 Year Old Canadian Who Lost A Leg To Cancer, Began An East To West Cross-Canada Run To Raise Money And Awareness For Cancer Research. He Ran The Equivalent Of A Full Marathon Every Day And Made It 143 Days And 5,373 Km Before He Lost His Battle With Cancer

On This Day 40 Years Ago Terry Fox, A 21 Year Old Canadian Who Lost A Leg To Cancer, Began An East To West Cross-Canada Run To Raise Money And Awareness For Cancer Research. He Ran The Equivalent Of A Full Marathon Every Day And Made It 143 Days And 5,373 Km Before He Lost His Battle With Cancer

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Bunny Wood
Community Member
5 months ago

He was one tough SOB

Melanie Munroe
Community Member
5 months ago

To date, over $800 million has been raised worldwide for cancer research in Terry's name through the annual Terry Fox Run, held across Canada and around the world.

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Agnes Jekyll
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5 months ago

He started the Marathon of Hope, and now Canadians run Marathons of Hope every year in cities and town across the country to raise money for treatments. The marathons have raised millions and millions of dollars, all because of Terry Fox.

StrawberryParfait
Community Member
5 months ago

I remember watching him on the nightly news as a kid, as he made his way across Canada. A truly great Canadian.

Raine Soo
Community Member
5 months ago

I am honoured to be Canadian like Terry Fox.

Cecilia
Community Member
5 months ago

Same here, and I'm very, very grateful I won this particular war. He's one of my role models

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FurryPotatoCat
Community Member
5 months ago

ok, real talk. Can we stop referring to having the desease cancer as "battling cancer" because if the person passes away, it sounds like they were the loser.

JessG
Community Member
5 months ago

If the person passes away, they have definitely lost the battle, it doesn’t infer that they are a loser, but rather that they fought a brave fight. With your logic, everyone would technically be a “loser” at some point

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kjorn
Community Member
5 months ago

it's a shame he didn't get recognition in the province of Quebec. kind shame of my place

Kat Hoth
Community Member
5 months ago

Wow!

Imposmate
Community Member
5 months ago

What a Badass

Autumn
Community Member
5 months ago

His prosthesis to so painful.... that's amazing tho. I'm american so I don't celebrate this holiday but I've heard of him before and think of him sometimes.

Lisa loves cats
Community Member
5 months ago

yes! terry fox day!

BusLady
Community Member
5 months ago

Every step would have been painful. It shows in his face.

Maureen Matthew
Community Member
5 months ago

And the Terry Fox runs continue across Canada every year, raising millions of dollars.

D. Pitbull
Community Member
5 months ago

I still think he must have been superhuman... seriously. I've never been able to run even a quarter marathon, no matter the age - and I have **no** disease that would hinder it. Terry Fox... you deserve all the multitude of buildings/streets/monuments named after you.

Josh Coker
Community Member
5 months ago

*goosebumps*

Kathy Trites
Community Member
5 months ago

I was 15 and stood at the end of my driveway to cheer him on

Agnes Jekyll
Community Member
5 months ago

oh wow. That, you Never forget

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Moose Face
Community Member
5 months ago

I watched Steve Fonyo finish the "Journey for Lives" run at Mile Zero in Victoria. It was an incredible, emotional moment. Steve's life fell apart an he got into crime, but I wish that he and Terry could be remembered together for their accomplishments. Canada has basically erased Fonyo from history.

Agnes Jekyll
Community Member
5 months ago

there's a street named after him in Victoria, but yes--his life did fall apart.

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ArhomR
Community Member
5 months ago

Terry ran through my town. Beloved Canadian.

MAKtheknife
Community Member
5 months ago

I remember when he did this.

Elaine Dodge
Community Member
5 months ago

That prosthetic is ...unbelievable. Surely even 40 years ago they were better designed than that? It looks medieval!

Angela-Jayne Linford
Community Member
3 months ago

I find it hard enough to walk in my prosthetic leg let alone run in something that as you say even 40yrs ago looks so archaic!

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Ashley Wright
Community Member
5 months ago

Wow! RIP

LaurieAnne Smith
Community Member
5 months ago

May the Lord Bless him and keep himi in hiis Grace.. Such a fighter.

Michele Clarke
Community Member
5 months ago

Damn

Jean Thompson
Community Member
5 months ago

What strength, and inner strength, this brave young man had. An inspiration to us all.

Daniel Callaway
Community Member
5 months ago

Amazing young man!!! RIP!

Deborah McSorley
Community Member
5 months ago

😢😢😢

AnimalMetalHeadUK
Community Member
5 months ago

I am just simply in awe of this guy, he has strength and fight that I will never have, I wish I could buy him a round of beers, cheers Terry.

William McGivney
Community Member
5 months ago

Resilience in the face of the insurmountable. Special place in Valhalla.

IlovemydogShilo
Community Member
5 months ago

Not all heroes wear capes. May God rest his beautiful soul. 🕊

Dorothy Cloud
Community Member
3 months ago

Just a wonderful man, breaks my heart he lost the most important race!

Christine Timmermans
Community Member
5 months ago

Yep, drive by his statue everyday.

Christine Timmermans
Community Member
5 months ago

Yep. We have his statue downtown in Ottawa,Ontario, Canada. Drive by it everyday. We have a Terry Fox Marathon every fall since his death. It is good for the world to know about him. He was truly driven. He asked that his journey continue, and it has.

Faith Nicole
Community Member
5 months ago

God bless Terry. What an incredible thing to do My aunt was an avid runner, ran all these marathons and races constantly, she was diagnosed with glioblastoma and wore a cap on her head that delivered the cancer treatment directly to the cancer. She wore that cap while running in the Susan g komen race for women with breast cancer in 2017 One of the local newspapers got a picture of her hugging a friend after she completed the race and to this day it brings tears to my eyes knowing she was suffering but still running tochelp find a cure. She never let her cancer stop her from doing anything, until it became to much and she was put in hospice. So seeing that Terry also ran a marathon while battling his own illness is truly amazing 💘

Josh Tall
Community Member
5 months ago

I wonder if the weirdo Cross-fitters have a WOD for this friggin hero!

ツ_Itz_Your_Girl_ツ
Community Member
5 months ago

Aww, that is so sad! I am so proud! Someone finally gets past the differences in themself from the rest of the word and crushes it! *sob sob*

Torchicachu
Community Member
5 months ago

F to pay respects

//Cassizu//
Community Member
5 months ago

Please stop saying people with cancer “lost the battle.” They didn’t “lose.” They died. That is not losing. That is not winning. It’s death. It makes them seem cowardly to say they lost, which is very untrue. People with cancer are some of the bravest mofos ever

Full Name
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5 months ago

If a sports team loses game 7 in overtime despite putting in 100% effort, was the loss "cowardly"?

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I've Been Training Myself How To Draw Photorealistically For A Little While Now. Here's My Best Sampling From Each Year Of Progress

I've Been Training Myself How To Draw Photorealistically For A Little While Now. Here's My Best Sampling From Each Year Of Progress

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Hayasahibaa
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5 months ago

You have to be kidding me!

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#23

Hanako, A Koi Fish Who Died At The Age Of 226. In 1966, Two Of Her Scales Were Removed And Extensively Studied To Determine Her Age. She Was The Longest Living Koi Fish (C. 1751 – 7 July 1977.)

Hanako, A Koi Fish Who Died At The Age Of 226. In 1966, Two Of Her Scales Were Removed And Extensively Studied To Determine Her Age. She Was The Longest Living Koi Fish (C. 1751 – 7 July 1977.)

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Kirsten Kerkhof
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5 months ago

Wow ... This just shows how long some fish can live when properly taken care of.

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#24

About 100,000 People Take To The Streets Of Warsaw Poland To Oppose Tightened Abortion Law

About 100,000 People Take To The Streets Of Warsaw Poland To Oppose Tightened Abortion Law

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Lis Daglish
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5 months ago

Good.

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#25

Heart-Shaped Amethyst Geodes. Discovered Yesterday In Artigas, By The Mining Company Uruguay Minerals

Heart-Shaped Amethyst Geodes. Discovered Yesterday In Artigas, By The Mining Company Uruguay Minerals

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divydumdrop hello
Community Member
5 months ago

WOAH, I need this because it gives a whole new meaning to the fact that I love rocks/minerals :)

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#26

A Spring That Flows Through A Living Tree

A Spring That Flows Through A Living Tree

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Brigs
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5 months ago

Tree wee

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#27

Certain Fish Skin Can Be Grafted Onto Burns And Diabetic Wounds. The Material Recruits The Body's Own Cells And Is Converted Eventually Into Living Tissue

Certain Fish Skin Can Be Grafted Onto Burns And Diabetic Wounds. The Material Recruits The Body's Own Cells And Is Converted Eventually Into Living Tissue

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Rowlie
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5 months ago

I Know It's good news and impressive but ewwwww

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#28

This Is What Sunset Looks Like From Space

This Is What Sunset Looks Like From Space

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chrissy
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5 months ago

looks like lava...

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#29

Clouds In Harrodsburg, Kentucky. No Filter

Clouds In Harrodsburg, Kentucky. No Filter

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5 months ago

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#30

Himalayan Griffon Vulture Showing Off Its Fake Eyes

Himalayan Griffon Vulture Showing Off Its Fake Eyes

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Brigs
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5 months ago

He fooled me for a moment

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#31

The Arabian Sand Boa Never Fails To Amuse Me, As It Strongly Resembles A Small Child’s Best Effort At Drawing A Snake

The Arabian Sand Boa Never Fails To Amuse Me, As It Strongly Resembles A Small Child’s Best Effort At Drawing A Snake

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Little Zoologist
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5 months ago

Haha lol

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#32

Chimp With Alopecia Reveals A Truth Usually Concealed In Fur: Chimps. Are. Ripped

Chimp With Alopecia Reveals A Truth Usually Concealed In Fur: Chimps. Are. Ripped

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divydumdrop hello
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5 months ago

Woahh he is ripped!

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#33

Russian Photographer Andrey Pavlov Takes The Most Mind-Blowing Macro Photographs Of Ants That You Will Ever See

Russian Photographer Andrey Pavlov Takes The Most Mind-Blowing Macro Photographs Of Ants That You Will Ever See

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ADHORTATOR
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5 months ago

Arnold Ant

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#34

Baobabs In The Mist. Madagascar

Baobabs In The Mist. Madagascar

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divydumdrop hello
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5 months ago

It looks like it is from another planet!

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#35

Married Couple In China Discover They Appeared In Same Photograph As Teenagers

Married Couple In China Discover They Appeared In Same Photograph As Teenagers

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banana man
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5 months ago

what a coincidence!

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#36

This Is Daisuke Inoue, The Inventor Of Karaoke. He Did Not Patent The Machine Because He Wanted To "Teach The World To Sing". He Earned Nothing From The Billion Dollar Industry His Invention Has Spawned And Has No Regrets. Photo Is Of Him And The Very First Karaoke Machine Ever Made

This Is Daisuke Inoue, The Inventor Of Karaoke. He Did Not Patent The Machine Because He Wanted To "Teach The World To Sing". He Earned Nothing From The Billion Dollar Industry His Invention Has Spawned And Has No Regrets. Photo Is Of Him And The Very First Karaoke Machine Ever Made

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로희
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5 months ago

God bless him. 😊

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#37

Here Are My Removed & Genetically Modified White Blood Cells, About To Be Put Back In To Hopefully Cure My Cancer! This Is T-Cell Immunotherapy!

Here Are My Removed & Genetically Modified White Blood Cells, About To Be Put Back In To Hopefully Cure My Cancer! This Is T-Cell Immunotherapy!

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divydumdrop hello
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5 months ago

I hope it worked for them, science is amazing :)

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#38

I Stayed Up Until 4am To Capture This! Hdr Waning Moon - Composite Image

I Stayed Up Until 4am To Capture This! Hdr Waning Moon - Composite Image

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Kirsten Kerkhof
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5 months ago

*_*

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#39

This Is How Big Kiwis Are

This Is How Big Kiwis Are

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divydumdrop hello
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5 months ago

What, I always thought they were tiny and fuzzy like actual kiwis!

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#40

This Is The First Flower Ever Grown Entirely In Space

This Is The First Flower Ever Grown Entirely In Space

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Laura Boyce
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5 months ago

I think it's a Calendula

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#41

The Tomb Of Ramesses Vi, The Valley Of Kings, Egypt

The Tomb Of Ramesses Vi, The Valley Of Kings, Egypt

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Soap
Community Member
5 months ago

Wow. That's Stunning.

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#42

Woman Delivers Baby Moments After Beirut Blasts

Woman Delivers Baby Moments After Beirut Blasts

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chrissy
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5 months ago

that dad still there for her after that..

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#43

In Finland Temperature Gets As Low As -40c In Winter, The Trees Are Covered In So Much Snow And Frost That It Looks Like Landscape From Another Planet

In Finland Temperature Gets As Low As -40c In Winter, The Trees Are Covered In So Much Snow And Frost That It Looks Like Landscape From Another Planet

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Sabse
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5 months ago

First I thought they were columns of smoke.

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#44

Finally Got My Prosthetics In!

Finally Got My Prosthetics In!

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Bunny Wood
Community Member
5 months ago

Ouch what happened?

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#45

Sweet Octopus Chandelier My Buddy Made And Installed Today!

Sweet Octopus Chandelier My Buddy Made And Installed Today!

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chrissy
Community Member
5 months ago

looks fabulous

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#46

This Ad Hoc Theater Made From Hay Bales

This Ad Hoc Theater Made From Hay Bales

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Turnip and a Frog
Community Member
5 months ago

So cool!

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#47

Mosaics Of A Roman Villa Were Found Under A Vineyard In Negrar, Italy

Mosaics Of A Roman Villa Were Found Under A Vineyard In Negrar, Italy

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Kirsten Kerkhof
Community Member
5 months ago

Gorgeous! I wouldn't mind something like that in my house.

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#48

It's Snowing In Australia At The Moment And Its Not Every Day That You Get To See Kangaroos Hopping In The Snow

It's Snowing In Australia At The Moment And Its Not Every Day That You Get To See Kangaroos Hopping In The Snow

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Brigs
Community Member
5 months ago

I wonder what they made of that

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#49

When The Maldivian President Held The World's First Underwater Cabinet Meeting To Sign A Climate Change Sos

When The Maldivian President Held The World's First Underwater Cabinet Meeting To Sign A Climate Change Sos

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Hamdhaan Hassan
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5 months ago

Yo Maldives..its not everyday you see Maldives here

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#50

These So-Called Wine Windows Were Used By Vintners In Italy To Sell Wine During Plague Pandemics In The 17th Century. Now They Are Coming Back To Use Due To Coronavirus

These So-Called Wine Windows Were Used By Vintners In Italy To Sell Wine During Plague Pandemics In The 17th Century. Now They Are Coming Back To Use Due To Coronavirus

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Mademoiselle Nat
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5 months ago

These would be fun on Halloween.

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