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The Garden of Death (1896) by Finnish symbolist painter Hugo Simberg
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JAWS fan art by British Artist Lee Goatboy Hartnup ()
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A horse and human skeleton in the Australian Museum, Sydney.
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Seals moving on land
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Stretchable Paper Sculpture by Chinese Artist Li Hongbo ()
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The Shining (Broken gif by unglitchme)
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N O S ⋊ Ɔ I ᴚ ᴚ Ǝ ᗡ   ⊥ ⊥ O Ɔ S May 16
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Goats who won't stop headbutting have to wear pool noodles
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Chinese basketball player Yao Ming
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Plastic Surgeon’s elevator Ad
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Keanu Reeves holding Keanu Reeves
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Lizard waving back
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DEIH is a Spanish Street Artist ()
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The stunning sculptures by Japanese character designer and model maker Yasushi Nirasawa (1963- 2016)
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In case you don’t feel like taking the stairs, the Technical University of Munich, Germany, has slides on the 4th Floor
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When a frog eats a firefly
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Wes Craven placed a torn poster of Jaws in the background of The Hills Have Eyes to communicate to the audience that he believed his movie was scarier. Later, Sam Raimi placed a torn poster of The Hills Have Eyes in The Evil Dead to communicate the same message towards Craven
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Replying to @hpcaldeira
Apparently human bioluminescence is "the result of highly reactive free radicals produced through cell respiration interacting with free-floating lipids and proteins".
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According to a study conducted in 2009 by Japanese researchers, human bioluminescence in visible light exists - it’s just too dim for our weak eyes to pick up on. ()
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