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Shell hermits and soldier crabs in Australia and Malaysia have an astonishing way to build their homes. Since they live in the deep holes which they dig at sandy beaches, the crabs face the need to get rid of the sand they excavate. So they meticulously make sandballs and push them towards the surface, two or three at once. As more and more balls are moved up, some marvelous pictures get formed by those almost perfectly spherical sand lumps.
Barmaid Laura Maggi invented an effective way to attract customers to her bar called “Le Cafe” in the Italian town of Bagnolo Mella. When she started to come to work in the outfits that leave little to imagination, male costumers instantly crowded the place, double parking all along the adjacent streets.
Viganella is a remote Italian village located at the bottom of the steep Alpine alley near the Swiss border. Each year in winter sun rays cease reaching Viganella, as they get blocked by mountains.
In an 1893 Strand Magazine article artists created sketches of how they imagined clothing styles would be in the 20th Century. Despite their incorrect conceptualizations they did manage to create a lot of cool hats.
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Due to the intense battle between the two soda behemoths Pepsi and Coke there have been some strange flavors to come out over the years. However, Pepsi takes the cake with the following discontinued, albeit really entertaining and out of this world flavors.
Ice Cream (Russia)
Ice Cream (Russia)
The 72-year-old Nepalese man Chandra Bahadur Dangi stands a proud 22-inches high and is the shortest living man. He made the long journey from his small village to Kathmandu in order to verify his height with the Guinness World Records.
I guess we all had that frustrating experience when spilt coffee leaves sticky dark stains on the tablecloth. However, what may be a drastic nightmare for a housemaid is a source of inspiration for Malaysian artist Hong Yi. She drew a portrait of her favorite singer with coffee stains. This fascinating work took about 12 hours to complete.
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