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Foot's Cay Private Island

Always wanted to become a Bond villain, and have $16-million burning a hole in your pocket? If so, then look no further than Foot's Cay, a private island spanning 20 acres on the Sea of Abaco in the Bahamas. It includes a four-suite mansion outfitted with professional-grade appliances, a traditional three bedroom cottage for guests, and another two bedroom cottage at the end of the western beach. As for entertainment, there's a tennis court with a cabana, and a massive white sand beach, all located just 30-minutes from an international airport. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of extreme crosswind plane landings during a storm.

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Mercedes Benz Zetros

In case of zombie apocalypse, and you want desire nothing but the finest in luxury, look no further than the Mercedes-Benz "Zetros" 6x6 expedition vehicle. In addition to its all-wheel drive capabilities and six massive all-terrain tires, it's powered by a 7.2-liter six-cylinder in-line engine producing 326 horsepower. Plus, it comes equipped with a quad-bike that deploys out of a ramp in the rear. On the inside, it's just as well appointed, featuring everything from a marble bathroom, to a 46-inch HDTV. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

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Italy Free Castle

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The Italian government has announced a Strategic Tourist Plan, one in which they plan on giving away 103 historic buildings - villas, inns, houses, towers, etc., but there's a catch. The recipient must pledge to restore the buildings, located in the more remote areas of the country, in a way that will diversify the country's tourism industry. What does this mean? Transforming them into hotels, restaurants, visitor centers, spas, shops, or just anything that will attract tourist traffic and help boost their economy. If you have the money, or can get it, you'll need to submit a proposal to the State Property Agency by June 26. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.

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VW Sychro Van

Rob Heran, a professional mountain biker, transformed his Adventure VW Syncro Van into a mobile home on wheels. He first purchased this 4WD military vehicle a decade ago for a mere $6,000, and used it normally for around for 6-years. Fast forward to 2017, and the van has been rebuilt from the ground up into the adventure mobile you see today. Featuring a modern 120-horsepower TDI engine, an all new roof, side panels, instrument panels, and Recaro seats. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Porsche Superyacht

Limited to just 7-units worldwide, priced from $13.2-million, the Studio F.A. Porsche-designed Dynamiq GTT 115 superyacht is destined to be a collector's item, just like the automakers special edition models. Buyers can select an optional hybrid power system via the exclusive Dynamiq Configurator, complete with the standard two technical compartments or engine rooms, featuring 45kW Fischer Panda variable-speed generators located in the bow. This layout offers silent ambience at night and avoids smoke / fumes at anchor while guests are relaxing on the aft platform. continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Krubera Cave

Krubera Cave is currently the deepest-known cave on Earth, located in the Arabika Massif of the Gagra Range of the Western Caucasus, in the Gagra district of Abkhazia. The Ukrainian Speleological Association expedition reached a depth greater than 6,600-feet, and explored the cave to -6,824-feet. The original name "Krubera" had been assigned to the cave by Georgian speleologists who explored the entrance pit in 1960. This name was given after the noted Russian geographer Alexander Kruber. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.

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EarthCruiser EXP

At the push of a button, the roof of the EarthCruiser EXP's cabin pops up to reveal extra room, while a solar panel array up top powers all of the electronics inside. Think of it as the Swiss Army Knife of expedition vehicles, as the floor, walls, and roof are fiberglass-composite construction, resulting in very low conductivity of heat, with high insulating properties. A swing-out-table doubles as a bed when not in use, and a kitchenette ensures that you'll be able to properly cook meals. The power generated by the solar panels can be used for up to 10-days, and should the batteries drop below 50%, an alarm system will sound, thus eliminating the need for a portable generator. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one about the world in 1-billion years.

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Tiny Island

Photo credit: Vatsal Kataria via Bored Panda

The Bow Wow Challenge is one thing, artist Vatsal Kataria takes fake travel photos to the next level, all from the comfort of his home studio. "I created all of this miniature landscapes here in my studio with help of very basic products. I used old cardboard, plaster, polystyrene sheets, newspapers and acrylic colors. I always wanted to do something different so I created this series. Creating set is important but for me painting is the real challenge because it's the paint job which brings life to my art," said Kataria. Continue reading to see more of his amazing work.

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Solar Egg

This may look like a spaceship at first glance, but the Solar Egg by Bigert and Bergstrom is a fully-functional sauna. It was created to provide a sense of calm and rejuvenation for the Swedish mining town of Kiruna, which is moving much of its population to sustain the growth of a nationally important mine. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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EarthRoamer XV-LTS

On the outside, it may look like just another Ford F-550 with a camper, but upon closer inspection, you'll realize the 2018 EarthRoamer XV-LTS is actually a tiny house on wheels. Powered by a V8 Turbodiesel engine, this vehice's 4-wheel drive system is designed to take you anywhere in comfort. Featuring solar panels, a bedroom, full bathroom, and kitchenette. There's even a storage boxes in the back that opens to reveal a grill, perfect for those warm summer nights. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one explaining how factory workers keep new iPhones a secret.

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