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Meanwhile, at Walmart.

Meanwhile, at Walmart. - Internet Beside Follower

The perfectly timed mouse being a hero photo:



Winged cats have been known to exist since the 19th century. However, usually cat wings are the result of a genetic skin disorder called cutaneous asthenia, which makes the skin across the shoulders and back extremely elastic. Cats that have this disorder can often even actively move their ‘wings’ because they contain muscle fibers!

COVERT SCIENCE-People—as well as cows, goats and the occasional horse—had vanished inexplicably near Belize City, S. Am. for 20 years. Convinced a monster lived in the lagoon, the locals asked Acapulco engineer Carlos Masin to help prove it. Masin criss-crossed the lagoon with wires & electrified it for 5 minutes, after which hundreds of fish—and this unbelievable thing rose to the surface, not quite dead. Its carcass has been on display in Mexico City since 1993."We close our eyes-1920-1999"

Villagers were pictured looking on in amazement when the partially-decomposed thing was found washed up in Guinea last year. It had four paws, a tail, long fur and a big, fat blubbery body. Marine scientists who examined the creature said they still have no clue what to call the beast.

strange creations | Godssecret's Weblog

Alien-Looking Catfish Stumps Taxonomists

Alien-Looking Catfish Stumps Taxonomists | I Fucking Love Science

Birds surround a snake...

Creatures from The Mariana Trench. Deep Ocean


Playing Hot Potato with a baby?

Well, wouldn't pass muster for safety, but cute.

The "Thank God Ledge" Yosemite National Park, California, USA. Photograph by Jimmy Chin. This 40-foot-long sliver of granite on Half Dome, named the Thank God Ledge, is the only way to get beyond the Visor, a massive roof that looms over the Regular Northwest Face route. The 30 seconds it takes to get across requires absolutely no technical climbing skill, but even Honnold admits it’s sobering to look at 1,800 feet of air.

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Crossing the Gorge - no way!



that had to hurt......

Blake Aldridge dives 29 metres from the rock monolith during the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series in Portugal by goglee

honey lips

Large hail - Granbury Texas tornado, May 15, 2013

Footbridge in Nepal