Some of us are into bowling, others love traveling, nature, or rock hunting. Does that mean you collect all the bowling balls to make a giant pyramid, or gather every single mosquito you’ve ever killed, or arrange the keys of every hotel and motel you’ve ever been to? Well, for these people, it does indeed.

Meet the collectors of the most random items out there, who prove that nothing is off-limits when it comes to human curiosity.

From a shark tooth collection to a collection of every insect found at home in Australia, Bored Panda has compiled a list full of the most bizarre, wonderful, and entertaining assemblages. Scroll down, upvote your favorites, and let us know what you adore collecting in the comment section below!

#1

This Is One Of Several Alphabets Assembled By Belgian Type Designer Clotilde Olyff From Stones Collected At The Beach

This Is One Of Several Alphabets Assembled By Belgian Type Designer Clotilde Olyff From Stones Collected At The Beach

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A Year Ago, I Started Staying In And Peircing State Quarters, Instead Of Going Out And Getting In Trouble. Here Is My Collection So Far

A Year Ago, I Started Staying In And Peircing State Quarters, Instead Of Going Out And Getting In Trouble. Here Is My Collection So Far

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Brett
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3 months ago

Good for you for doing that!

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#3

I Started Feeding Bar Nuts To These Crows That Are Regular To The Patio Of A Bar I Work At. My Collection Of Gifts Finally Started After 3 Months

I Started Feeding Bar Nuts To These Crows That Are Regular To The Patio Of A Bar I Work At. My Collection Of Gifts Finally Started After 3 Months

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Paizleypie
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3 months ago

I LOVE crows!

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It turns out, humans have always been drawn to collecting things. In the 19th century, aristocratic collectors would amass books, zoological and biological specimens, art and decorations that were all considered a status symbol. 

The Victorian era gave birth to the cabinet of curiosities, which referred to space specially designed to arrange, display, and store one’s collectibles. Many of these cabinets have become the first museums that exhibited curated collections.

But the urge to collect things starts as early as our childhood. Most of us had our own little collections of keychains, stamps, or Legos. However, only a few people devote their time and effort to their collected items as they reach adulthood.

#4

My Doctor Has A Kept All The Pictures Kids Have Drawn Of Him

My Doctor Has A Kept All The Pictures Kids Have Drawn Of Him

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ADHORTATOR
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3 months ago

that's cute

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#5

My Grandfather's Pencil Sharpener Collection I Inherited

My Grandfather's Pencil Sharpener Collection I Inherited

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Brett
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3 months ago

That’s cool!

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#6

Perfectly Round Rocks I Found On The Beach. Bonus: Egg, Dorito, And Watermelon Rock

Perfectly Round Rocks I Found On The Beach. Bonus: Egg, Dorito, And Watermelon Rock

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Raine Soo
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3 months ago

Those round rocks are so satisfying for the eyes.

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For many, it offers the thrill of the hunt, which draws them in. Most collectors develop an emotional attachment to their objects where each one carries a story. Ask a record collector about their display, and they will happily tell you a two-hour-long story about the first vinyl they got their hands onto.

Nostalgia may also be the driving force of collecting, and it’s usually visible in the historical collections that require a great deal of knowledge and context.

#7

This Is My Periodic Table Of Elements With Actual Elements

This Is My Periodic Table Of Elements With Actual Elements

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Brett
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3 months ago

I want that!

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#8

This Man's Collection Of Lost Apples Varieties

This Man's Collection Of Lost Apples Varieties

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Bill
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3 months ago

My stepfather rescued the Shipley Apple by finding a long lost grove on the backside of his wood lot. They were world famous and a deep purple skin.

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#9

Over The Past 15 Years My Dad Collected 1,785 Bowling Balls And Built A Giant Bowling Ball Pyramid

Over The Past 15 Years My Dad Collected 1,785 Bowling Balls And Built A Giant Bowling Ball Pyramid

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3 months ago

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#10

Collection Of Reference Seeds Found In My Grandad’s Attic

Collection Of Reference Seeds Found In My Grandad’s Attic

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Samantha Lomb
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3 months ago

Something satisfying about all the little neatly ordered vials

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#11

My Grandma With Her Birdhouse Collection

My Grandma With Her Birdhouse Collection

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Brett
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3 months ago

Step 2: make a house of bird houses

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#12

The Product Of 15 Years Collecting Shedded Antlers From The Woods

The Product Of 15 Years Collecting Shedded Antlers From The Woods

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Kisses4Katie
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3 months ago

AHH

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#13

Since The Late 80s, My Office Has Been Collecting Used Staples That Were Removed From Documents That Needed To Be Microfilmed/Scanned. Here Is That Collection

Since The Late 80s, My Office Has Been Collecting Used Staples That Were Removed From Documents That Needed To Be Microfilmed/Scanned. Here Is That Collection

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Brett
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3 months ago

No need to brag

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#14

Our Tire Sticker Ball Turned 6 Today

Our Tire Sticker Ball Turned 6 Today

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Brett
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3 months ago

Awww

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#15

Some Of My Favorite Arrowheads. Amazing Little Pieces Of History Collected On Our Private Property In Southern Arizona

Some Of My Favorite Arrowheads. Amazing Little Pieces Of History Collected On Our Private Property In Southern Arizona

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BusLady
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3 months ago

Such a variety. I can't help but think of the people who carved these so long ago.

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#16

2 Years Of Collecting Sea Glass

2 Years Of Collecting Sea Glass

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Raine Soo
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3 months ago

What a feast for the eyes. That's very pretty.

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#17

I'm 14 And Here Is A Picture Of Me And My Chess Medals

I'm 14 And Here Is A Picture Of Me And My Chess Medals

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RavenClaw
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3 months ago

Yur damn smart !!!

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#18

My Four-Leaf-Clover Collection (Plus A Couple Five-Leafers In The Middle)

My Four-Leaf-Clover Collection (Plus A Couple Five-Leafers In The Middle)

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ADHORTATOR
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3 months ago

Lucky!

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#19

My Girlfriend Cleaning Her Monopoly Collection

My Girlfriend Cleaning Her Monopoly Collection

She has about 600. There are some duplicates and most are sealed. The oldest one is from the 1940’s I think. My favorite is the Harley Davidson one which weighs about 20 pounds

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Brett
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3 months ago

That’s awsome

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#20

My Shark Tooth Collection

My Shark Tooth Collection

I found them all on the beach

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Brett
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3 months ago

We get it aqua man you’re cool

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#21

My Sand And Dirt Collection From Every Place I Visited

My Sand And Dirt Collection From Every Place I Visited

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Raine Soo
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3 months ago (edited)

I like the fact that your collection and your shelf reminds me of an apothecary shop: neat and quaint.

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#22

The Airbnb That I’m Staying In Has A Collection Of Rubber Ducks In The Bathroom Wall

The Airbnb That I’m Staying In Has A Collection Of Rubber Ducks In The Bathroom Wall

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Brett
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3 months ago

Quack quack

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#23

I Helped My Dad Alphabetize His Vinyl Collection

I Helped My Dad Alphabetize His Vinyl Collection

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Brett
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3 months ago

🤘Rocking man it’s going to be a long long vinyl collection

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#24

My 100% Complete Collection Of Every LEGO Shield Ever Made

My 100% Complete Collection Of Every LEGO Shield Ever Made

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Brett
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3 months ago

That is really cool

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#25

My History Teacher's Presidential PEZ Collection

My History Teacher's Presidential PEZ Collection

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RavenClaw
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3 months ago

is donald on it?

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#26

This Collection Of Objects Swallowed By Children

This Collection Of Objects Swallowed By Children

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Brett
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3 months ago

Jeez was some kid pretending to be a parking meter?

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#27

Marble Collection From The 1800s. All Made From Polished Semi-Precious Stones

Marble Collection From The 1800s. All Made From Polished Semi-Precious Stones

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TiredMomma
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3 months ago

Hmm, this gives me idea for my rocks I've.

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#28

Weapons Collection From The Royal Armouries In Leeds, UK

Weapons Collection From The Royal Armouries In Leeds, UK

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Lauren Caswell
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3 months ago

Earthquake!!!! Lol no I'm sure they r secured....I hope

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#29

This Is My Gameboy Mosaic Made Out Of Gameboy Games. Note: No Games Were Harmed And All Are Removable And Playable

This Is My Gameboy Mosaic Made Out Of Gameboy Games. Note: No Games Were Harmed And All Are Removable And Playable

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TiredMomma
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3 months ago

Super neat!

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#30

My (87-Years-Old) Father's "Ugly" Golf Ball Collection

My (87-Years-Old) Father's "Ugly" Golf Ball Collection

My old man, who is now pushing 90 and can't get out to play anymore, was always the guy who would hit his shot, then poke around in the woods and ponds looking for golf balls. He saved buckets of good golf balls, but his real pride and joy is his collection of "ugly golf balls". He was overjoyed any time he'd find a rotten old ball that had been hit by a mower and left to decay. The guy got a hole-in-one once, complete with a big plaque. He promptly lost that golf ball. But he invites strangers into his home to show them his ugly golf ball collection. It's the little things!

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BusLady
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3 months ago

Each of these balls has a story to tell.

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#31

Local Pharmacy Has A Display Of Antique Medicines

Local Pharmacy Has A Display Of Antique Medicines

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Aleksandra Elias
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3 months ago

I hope the bottle with a cough syrup containing heroin is empty

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#32

I Collect Rocks That Look Like Eggs

I Collect Rocks That Look Like Eggs

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Your Local Lizard
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3 months ago

OvvO One of them could be a fossil egg

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#33

Friend's Mom In Australia Has A Collection Of What She Found In Her Home

Friend's Mom In Australia Has A Collection Of What She Found In Her Home

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Brett
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3 months ago

The collection of nopes in the land of the nopes

Monika Soffronow
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3 months ago

Somehow I think this is a collection of insects etc. that has not ever been in her house alive. Here is one site that sells bugs, mounted and framed, but please do not buy from them. Let the critters live! https://bugunderglass.com/product-category/real-framed-butterfly-displays/

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Lord Mysticlaw
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3 months ago

Oh god no. But poor bat and butterflies

Katie Lutesinger
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3 months ago

Yeah, I really hope they were already dead from natural causes...

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Samantha Lomb
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3 months ago

Poor little bat. I hope she isn't murdering the creatures

Evelína Zlá
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3 months ago

That´s a lot of nopes but... am I the only one feeling sorry for them?

kate h
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3 months ago

Nope.

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ADHORTATOR
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3 months ago

"She's a Killer Queen..."

Hermione Granger
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3 months ago (edited)

Australia... land of the nopes.

Iris
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3 months ago

Note to self : Never move to Australia unless you are willing to fight giant spiders and hide from dinoflies.

Rita Gunn
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3 months ago

Living in Australia I am concerned about my niece in Connecticut . Insects can be shooed away

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TiredMomma
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3 months ago

Nope nope nopity nope. Butterflies tho yes.

Cedric Goossens
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3 months ago

Don't go into that house or you won't get out :O

Exotic Panda
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3 months ago

.....that got dark.

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djinnjeannie
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3 months ago

Most of these aren’t found anywhere in Australia let alone in the same locality in Australia. Bought off eBay in the main.

Sue Hazlewood
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3 months ago

That's why I live in New Zealand. LOL

RavenClaw
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3 months ago (edited)

Those are frickin big how are you so fearless to keep living there .. Australia .. land of the NOPES!!

ZanetheRavenclaw
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3 months ago

I live in the land of the nopes and I still survived to write this comment!

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BeazleBug
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3 months ago

This is incorrect...many of those species are not found in Australia.

JessG
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3 months ago

Oh come on, no WAY she “found” all these IN her home! That’s...that’s crazy

rgr8
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3 months ago

I am never visiting that house.

Mimi777
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3 months ago

IN HER HOME!?!!? I wouldn’t be able to ever sleep at night.

Grant Barke
Community Member
3 months ago

I should send her my collection of funnel web spiders I've fished out of my pool over the years. They mostly come out on hot humid nights looking for females to mate with...........mostly.

Rainbow Panda
Community Member
3 months ago

I live in Australia. There are lots of bugs, but I doubt she found every single one in her home. 😶

Bored Little Panda
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3 months ago

Would totally visit Australia 🇦🇺 just to see all the bugs and animals.

Sandeep Patel
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3 months ago

im coming with you!!, i would love to see them too

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Community Member
3 months ago

so, the moral of this story is to stay the f**k out of austrailia

Pasion Jones
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3 months ago

oh... hell...no... lol

Brianna Jones
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3 months ago

Is that a bat? NO! that better not be a bat

ML
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3 months ago

So what she found, she killed?

Paizleypie
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3 months ago

Nope!

Ritchat
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3 months ago

HORROR!!!

F. H.
Community Member
3 months ago

I doubt this one. They look like the display cases you could buy at Australian airports in the 1990s and 2000s

Matilda Haschek
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3 months ago

as an australian this is normal and funny to see all the comments

Wolfowl
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3 months ago

Nopes and screams

Blade the gallade
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3 months ago

I do feel bad for all of the animals that died in the making of this collection. They were just trying to survive in the harsh and unforgiving world.

Among Us
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3 months ago

Probably died and she found the corpse...

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Ms.M.
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3 months ago

oh hells to the nope!

Sandeep Patel
Community Member
3 months ago

I love insects, especially spiders, but knowing all of these were in my house would terrify me

BoredPanda is awesome
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3 months ago

she found bats in her home...

Ms.M.
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3 months ago

Bats have made their way into my house before here in Pennsylvania.

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Anne
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3 months ago

Does she live in the rain forest part?

Becca Gizmo the Squirrel
Community Member
3 months ago

Oh hell no.

Paper A
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3 months ago

'let this be a warning to the rest of you'

Hilary Mol
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3 months ago

A world of no.

Caffeinated Hedgehog
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3 months ago

Not pictured: "portraits" of children

Troux
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3 months ago

That purple and blue butterfly oh my goodness it's gorgeous!

MΣMΣ KIПG
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3 months ago

FIRST THING I SAW WAS A BIGG ASS SPIDER

Caleb Marquez
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3 months ago

sadly all the insects she found were all killed😢

M.C.
Community Member
3 months ago

At least a few of those had to be bought. I spy a sunset moth, which is endemic to Madagascar and can only be harvested/sold by the Malagasy people (to the best of my knowledge).

Skylar Spexarth
Community Member
3 months ago

australia?

Gabriel Poole
Community Member
3 months ago

time to move out

Katinka Min
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3 months ago

This is why I live where the air hurts my face.

Sarah
Community Member
3 months ago

That poor bat!! :(

Zophra
Community Member
3 months ago

I could frame dust bunnies...

Soap
Community Member
3 months ago

she found those in her HOUSE

Olly
Community Member
3 months ago

That spider and walking stick are huge!!!!!!!

MagicalUnicorn
Community Member
3 months ago

nope nope nope!

Gosia Buczek
Community Member
3 months ago

I wouldn't want to be a thief, who breaks into her house 😂

Shelli Aderman
Community Member
3 months ago

Nope! 🤣

Raine Soo
Community Member
3 months ago

Modern taxidermy in a frame. Is your mom's friend an entomologist or does she just like creepy crawlies?

Fieke Engelen
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1 week ago

In one house? Over what period of time? What part of the country? Just curious.

red panda inc.
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1 week ago (edited)

creeeeeeeeeepyy nopes edit: some of them are pretty, butterflies, moths. look on the bright side!

Dorothy Cloud
Community Member
1 month ago

Must be buggier there than here!

Cat
Community Member
3 months ago

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH SPIDER

Joyce Deering
Community Member
3 months ago

I'm pretty sure I'm making a face just looking at this. OMG.

Shirley Heyn
Community Member
3 months ago

My bugs would all be squished. . .

Grace Perez-Grafals
Community Member
3 months ago

Yikes! Those spiders.

Bored_Eliana
Community Member
3 months ago

She killed all those beautiful butterflies just so she could have a collection?!? ANd one bat?!?

backatya
Community Member
3 months ago

I still can't believe how people ever survived in that country or wanted to live there with everything there that can kill you

Cindy Goode
Community Member
3 months ago

I think I might have had to burn the house down!

Jean Thompson
Community Member
3 months ago

Remind me not to visit Australia. Eeeewwww!!!

Uriel Grey
Community Member
3 months ago

Bugs beware! That is quite the trophy collection :) like hunters who taxidermy their kills.

Heidi Sobczak
Community Member
3 months ago

Now that's a brave woman.

Ruth Beaty
Community Member
3 months ago

I'm surprised the spiders aren't flatter, lol!

Marsha Sturgill
Community Member
3 months ago

Another place I would not go.

Paige Garberding
Community Member
3 months ago

WOW. Someone who's definitely not afraid of insects.

Jane W.
Community Member
3 months ago

Those spiders are very impressive. Yikes.

MAKtheknife
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3 months ago

Some are quite interesting, in fact.

LAM
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3 months ago

Those bugs are HUGE!

Origami Chik3n
Community Member
3 months ago

I guess, i better stay away from her home. I don't want to end up on that wall as well.

Roberto Durante
Community Member
3 months ago

OMG, everything what walk, fly or crawl are mostly deadly in Australia

Sandra Warren
Community Member
3 months ago

OH HELL NO!!!

Johanne Trudeau
Community Member
3 months ago

I would have moved out a LONG time ago!!!! Arrrggghhhhh!!!

Sandy Kavanaugh
Community Member
3 months ago

Doesn't pay to visit, does it?!

Paul Whitford
Community Member
3 months ago

Most of these are Northern Australian. Thank God I live in Victoria

Maria Martin
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3 months ago

Creepy.

Torhild Hansen
Community Member
3 months ago

Even a bat!

Doris Bennett
Community Member
3 months ago

EeeeeK!

Ashley Wright
Community Member
3 months ago

Ew.

Katrin Faridani
Community Member
3 months ago

I’m staying in Canada, thank you.

Julie Hopkins
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3 months ago

Aww poor bat. Hope he died naturally and not because mum is a psycho collector

Jennifer Cassada
Community Member
3 months ago

oh Lawd!

Mary Dellenbusch
Community Member
3 months ago

I hope she did not kill them and they passed on when found already. Poor souls.

Pat Wooster
Community Member
3 months ago

Now that’s scary!

Sharon Madsen
Community Member
3 months ago

I could NEVER live there!

Nicki
Community Member
3 months ago

Reason # 362 why I wouldn't live in Australia even if Chris Hemsworth wanted me to have his baby. Sorry not sorry!

June Dominguez
Community Member
3 months ago

Scary, now I know I would not live, ever in a beautiful but dangerous place!

Gabriela RamirezSoto
Community Member
3 months ago

ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

pancake
Community Member
3 months ago

NOPE

Navy Blue Bandana
Community Member
3 months ago

Not one but TWO TARANTULAS! And a scorpion. I can't stop looking but I wish I could un-see this.

Navy Blue Bandana
Community Member
3 months ago

Nevermind, five tarantulas

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sondra oppedisano
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3 months ago

OH MY GOSH!! Creepy!

Randy
Community Member
3 months ago

wow so nope would move

Lara Verne
Community Member
3 months ago

Collection of nightmares

Alex Hurst
Community Member
3 months ago

Reasons NOT to live in Australia in two phots.

Josephina Minutolo
Community Member
3 months ago

We know she is not a Buddhist. Kind of morbid don't you think? creature will not want to venture in there knowing their relative is posted on the wall dead... Like taxidermy...

Danielle Douglas
Community Member
3 months ago

Thats actually kind of cool

Danielle Douglas
Community Member
3 months ago

Thats pretty cool

Mari Laukkanen
Community Member
3 months ago

house of death

Betty Colegrove
Community Member
3 months ago

Think I would move !

Hailey Macomber
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3 months ago

why the bat whyyyy

eezycheezes101
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3 months ago

NONONONONONONONONONONONONO

Jo Choto
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3 months ago

Sad that she had to kill them all...

Ute Fuchs
Community Member
3 months ago

no snake?? lol must be living in the city lol

just a hamilfan
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3 months ago

why ya kill the butterflies?

MiaOokami
Community Member
3 months ago

Hell naw, to the naw naw naw

aestheticaly_angelic
Community Member
3 months ago

nope nope nopety nope!!!!!!! i swear i would burn my house and entire state of i found ONE of these things.

Fixin'Ta
Community Member
3 months ago

Nope. Nope Nope Nope Nope Nope When my son was doing linguistics work in Ukarumpa, Papua New Guinea, he said there were a couple of shadow boxes in one of the guest houses that had a collection of local insects -- huge, creepy things. Blessedly it was not the house my son stayed in, and he didn't get out into the villages to have to experience those things for himself. But he did say the bugs in his house there were big enough to be very creepy.

OffKeySinger
Community Member
3 months ago

Land of the Nopes. I would've moved after finding the first nopezilla.

Lily Mae Kitty
Community Member
3 months ago

did she have to kill everything?

Kel Gal
Community Member
3 months ago

How are half of those not smashed or squished to smithereens?

NWB
Community Member
3 months ago

A MASSIVE WALL OF NOPES!!!!!

Caroline Melzer
Community Member
3 months ago

The Aussie spirit of "Take that you little bugger" is strong in this one.

todd andrews
Community Member
3 months ago

I wonder if this works like impaling the bodies of your enemies at the castle gate to keep other bugs out.

Alex C
Community Member
3 months ago

NNNNNOOOO.Exuse me Ma'am,But your supposed to flush them down the dahm toilet.

qwerty
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3 months ago

Nope nope nope nooo way.

Kori K. Warriner
Community Member
3 months ago

Yeah, I've changed my mind about ever visiting Australia.

layyla victoria
Community Member
3 months ago

Oh crap..m

pansexualandproud
Community Member
3 months ago

ok, this is so scary but at the same time amazing! I wish I could see it up close!

The Pansexual MELONLORD
Community Member
3 months ago

Were all of those dead when she found them?!

Xenia Granados
Community Member
3 months ago

Imagine how scary that would be at night.

Seabeast
Community Member
3 months ago

*shudder*

Brandi VanSteenwyk
Community Member
3 months ago

It has it's pros and cons....

ispeak catanese
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3 months ago

are the mounted snakes and crocs hanging in a different room???

JesT
Community Member
3 months ago

Bugs go in, but they never come out.

S.Y.L
Community Member
3 months ago

Very nice!

Vicious Insect
Community Member
3 months ago

A TARANTULA in a HOUSE? Shiver

Chris Miller
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3 months ago

Cheesus... the spiders and scorpions.

lara
Community Member
3 months ago

Oh, those poor bugs and bat. Not so sad about the scorpions, but, the others, yeah.

A Jones
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3 months ago

This reminds me of a Rob Zombie song.

Person
Community Member
3 months ago

I. Want. Them.

Katie Lutesinger
Community Member
3 months ago

What, did she professionally mount them all herself? Maybe Mum is a taxidermist.

Brigs
Community Member
3 months ago

oh please no, i cannot unsee this :-(

Grumble O'Pug
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3 months ago

Jesus The F**k!!!!

Sasha Kuleshov
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3 months ago

Holy f*ck, I'm out :S

A Random Panda
Community Member
3 months ago

Nerp.

HOT CHOCOLATE <3
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3 months ago

LOOKIT THAT SPOODER THO

HOT CHOCOLATE <3
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3 months ago

oh wait its australia theres spooders AND scorpions those buterflies are pretty though :)

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JV
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3 months ago

Holy F* NO

Mag Marguerite
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3 months ago

Spppppiii-der !!!!!!!

TheWitchNaru
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3 months ago

I hate when they kill things & pin them in glass. Well. Except the spiders & other yuck boogs.

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3 months ago (edited)

It's Australia dude these things are everywhere all the time. Everywhere. Its actually the reason my grandparents chose NZ to move to(from ireland): grandad wanted to go to Australia but gran didn't like the spiders/snakes/misc so they compromised with NZ (close enough, but without deadly stuff lol)

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#34

My Granddad's Tool Collection In His Shed

My Granddad's Tool Collection In His Shed

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Raine Soo
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3 months ago

This is the neatest tool collection I have ever seen. I lent one screw driver to my brother, and the next thing I know, all my screw drivers have dispersed.

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#35

I Collect Food Shaped Erasers

I Collect Food Shaped Erasers

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Your Local Lizard
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3 months ago (edited)

I had to stop when my lil cousins started trying to eat them, but thats so cool !

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#36

My Aunt Has A Spoon Collection That Has A Tiny Spoon Collection Right Above It

My Aunt Has A Spoon Collection That Has A Tiny Spoon Collection Right Above It

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TiredMomma
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3 months ago

I once started a small spoon collection where each spoon had a state name on it. Then they got stolen.

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#37

My Dad's Little Metal Detecting Museum

My Dad's Little Metal Detecting Museum

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