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British photographer Max Ellis specializes in capturing squirrels like you've never seen before. Aside from photography, he's also professional freelance illustrator, which would explain why one image shows a squirrel pumping iron. According to Bored Panda, "he lures squirrels with sunflower seeds, cookies and toys to keep them interested and to get them to pose the way he wants in front of the camera. He even constructs tiny gadgets for his models, like cannons, barbells or wizard's box. He shoots his awesome pictures with the Nikon D4." Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the honey badger Houdini.

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Back in the old days, people played Tic-Tac-Toe to past the time, and those who lived in the 80s-90s probably moved onto Minesweeper and Space Pinball. Well, then came Nokia phones with the ever so basic, yet extremely addictive, game called "Snake". Today, it seems as if social media has managed to combine all of those time-wasters - mainly chatting and games - into one. Continue reading for more funny and strange illustrated facts about everyday life.

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Swiss Legend's 10540-BB-01-GRYA Trimix Diver Watch is currently being offered for only $94.12, originally priced at $995, this weekend only. The Swiss Legend watches are meticulously crafted to exacting standards and feature the highest quality Swiss Quartz Movements. Combine this with more than 2,000 combinations of styles, materials, and functions, and you have a watch collection that offers unparalleled quality, variety, style, and functionality. Product page. Continue reading for a video review and more information.

Notable features:
  • Sapphitek crystal; black ion-plated stainless steel case; black silicone strap.

  • Chronograph functions with 60 second, 30 minute and day of the week subdials with grey hands; date window at 4:00.

  • Black dial with black and dark grey hands and dark grey Arabic numerals; unidirectional black ion-plated stainless steel octagon shaped bezel with dark grey Arabic numerals; secured screw-down cap on crown.

  • Water-resistant to 200 M (660 feet).


[via Amazon]

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There are some fascinating things in this world that just can't be explained by science, and this rock-looking creature is included. In addition to looking exactly like a rock, it feeds on microorganisms from the water and has clear blood that secretes a rare mineral called vanadium. Continue reading for more fascinating discoveries that can't be explained by science.

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Now that you've seen the strangest Lay's flavors, weirdest Doritos flavors, Pepsi flavors and strangest Pringles flavors from around the world, now it's time for yet another bizarre food creation from Domino's. It's called Specialty Chicken and it basically "swaps the dough with boneless breaded chicken breasts. The four flavors on deck feature Classic Hot Buffalo, Sweet BBQ Bacon, Spicy Jalapeno-Pineapple and Crispy Bacon & Tomato. The chicken are cut up into bite sizes and topped with sauce, cheese, veggies and meats." Continue reading for the video review, more pictures, and additional information.

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New neurons are continually born throughout adulthood in predominantly two regions of the brain. The first evidence of adult mammalian neurogenesis in the cerebral cortex was presented by Joseph Altman in 1962, followed by a demonstration of adult neurogenesis in the dentate gyrus of the hippocampus in 1963. In 1969, Joseph Altman discovered and named the rostral migratory stream as the source of adult generated granule cell neurons in the olfactory bulb. Continue reading for more interesting things you thought were true, but really aren't.

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Love conspiracy theories and / or unsolved mysteries? Here are a few to whet your appetite. Starting off, we have the Aluminum Wedge of Aiud, which is basically a wedge-shaped object found two kilometers east of Aiud, Romania, on the banks of the Mures River in 1974. The object was reported to be unearthed 35 feet under sand and alongside two mastodon bones. A mastodon is an extinct large tusked mammal species. The alloy of the wedge is composed of 12 different elements and considered strange because aluminum was not discovered until 1808 and not produced in quantity until 1885. Aluminium requires 1,000 degrees of heat to be made. The fact that the wedge was found in the same layer of earth as mastodon bones would make it at least 11,000 years old. Many people have claimed that the artifact is proof that aliens visited Earth and engineers say that the object resembles the foot of landing gear, not unlike the technology used on spaceships. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery.

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This shadowy form is so large that it was spotted by Apple's satellite from space, measuring around 100ft long and seemingly with two giant flippers powering it through the waters of Loch Ness. The image has been studied for 6-months by experts where excitement is mounting after various explanations for it were ruled out...leaving them to conclude it's 'likely' to be the mysterious beast. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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At first glance, this may look like a prop for an upcoming Star Wars movie, but it's actually the MorpHex II, which was created by Norwegian Engineer Kare Halvorsen. This updated version not only has the ability to transform from a ball to a robot, but it's also to roll about while in sphere form. To accomplish this, the six-legged robot uses the motors on one side of its body to push itself along while contracted into a ball. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Whether done intentionally by design or just pure coincidence, there's no denying that we see faces in random objects all the time, especially in the clouds. For example, this cloud formation just so happened to be in front of the setting sun, forming a smiley face of sorts. Continue reading to see eighteen more cool-looking smiley faces that are hidden in everyday things, uncovered by photographers.

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