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A penniless mother hides her face in shame after putting her children up for sale, Chicago, 1948

Abraham Lincoln’s hearse, 1865

30 Unique Photographs from Our Past - Seriously, For Real?

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Children eating their Christmas dinner during the Great Depression: turnips and cabbage

30 Unique Photographs from Our Past - Seriously, For Real?

30 Unique Photographs from Our Past - Seriously, For Real?

30 Unique Photographs from Our Past - Seriously, For Real?

How the male angler fish gets completely screwed

The shortest horror story.

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Abandoned Building in Bulgaria by Timothy Allen: humanplanet.com/...

Derweze a.k.a the Door to Hell in Turkmenistan. Here's an example of how crazy nature can be. In 1971, geologists accidentally drilled into this cavern that's filled with natural gas. They decided to set it aflame, thinking the gases would burn out quickly, but it is still burning to this day! This seems like it would be amazing to see in person. Just don't get too close to the edge!

London 2012: 100 of the best things to do in London

100 of the best things to do in London

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1/4" Mt Dew in bottle, add tiny bit of baking soda and 3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide. Shake and it glows. Great for camping!

Life Hacks.

Brilliant! And eco friendly as well! cookie coffee cup

The Hymenopus coronatu, aka Orchid mantis, is a variety of flower mantis usually found in Malaysia and Indonesia. Doesn’t the mantis pictured look just like an orchid? They hide in the flowers they resemble, waiting for other delicious insects to alight. (Photo by: Paul F. Wagner)

The Calleta Silkmoth (Eupackardia calleta) is a moth of the Saturniidae family. Found in Mexico, Guatemala and the southernmost part of the United States, it’s the only species in the Eupackardia genus. The larvae mainly feed on Fraxinus species, Leucophyllum frutescens, Sapium biloculare and Fouquieria splendens. (Photo by: Igor Siwanowicz)

The Lymantrid moth (Calliteara pudibunda) is widespread in Danish beech (Fagus sylvatica) forests. The species has one generation in Denmark, with the dull grey moth flying during June. Each female can lay 300-400 eggs which she normally does very near the place where she emerged from the pupae. The small caterpillar is very hairy and can easily be transported by the wind. In late autumn the caterpillar is fully grown, is about 5 cm long and is very beautifully coloured. Pupation takes place amo

10 Most Disturbing Bugs - Amazing Data

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Kowloon Walled City was notorious for drugs and crime but many of its 50,000 residents lived their lives peacefully until it was demolished in the early 90s

Smiling victorians

Christian Dior shoot in Russia 1950s

Christian Dior shoot in Russia 1950s

10 Ways To Live In The Present

A canoe that fits in your backpack.