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The mouse is there through the eyes of Vagabond
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"Hello, thank you for calling [electronics store]. How can I help you?"
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WATCH THE NINJA CAT SNEAK UP ON YOUR FACE
Eyefetch - Art Unleashed. Coming soon to a visual cortex near you!
Perhaps we should set some groundrules for the ?
Try to explain these images that make no sense and read others try to explain this unexplainable photo!
A giant farm dog and a tiny piglet cuddle up as if they were family after the baby runt was dismissed by its own mother.
Some cats are touchy-feely, but Chester just crosses the line (into super-duper cute territory, that is).
Timon and Pumba.
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Pictures of thousands of penguins!
I'm picturing you all hunkered down at the end of the tub for that first one. It's my favorite.
Photographic capture of our trip to Greece.
CANON ROCK on violin
This baby moose was in distress in a creek. A man rescued him from the creek; tried to find the mother & send him on his way, but eventually the moose stumbled back into the creek and had to be rescued again.
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A beautiful rare snow white Bengal tiger doesn't have to earn her stripes because she was born without them.
IL Vallone dei Mulini...with it's own micro climate these mill ruins located in a deep gorge in Sorrento date to the early 900's.
Dina Goldstein's photo series Fallen Princesses revisits the origins of classic fairy tale heroines and finds things not exactly as we remember them from childhood tales.
Another collection of strange signs and bizarre translations.