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It sometimes amazes me how humans are able to find a source of livelihood in almost any type of environment, in accordance with their surroundings. Case-in-point, the coin divers of the Yamuna River, in Delhi, India’s capital city.
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A two mile long viaduct in China is destroyed, setting a record for the longest concrete bridge ever demolished in the country.
PHOENIX (Reuters) - Aerialist Nik Wallenda plans to cross the Grand Canyon in June on a tightrope 1,500 feet in the air, without a safety harness - a feat that will be televised live.
Before Reddit and DeviantART became the go-to havens for op art online, Italian painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo set the standard for hallucinatory portraits that left the mind reeling.
Check out some unbelievable, vertigo-inducing observation towers.
Brett Martin, a tugboat worker, captured this amazing photograph of the incoming dust tsunami. Check out these amazing photos coming out of Australia today.
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The year 2013 is almost here, which means that we'd like to take a second to look back at all the amazing, heartwarming, inspiring, uplifting, and hilarious things that happened in the past year.
Tweet English champion rider Gillian Higgins has devised a novel way to teach horse anatomy to veterinary students, riders and caretakers – she takes up to four hours to paint the animal’s skeletal and muscular systems on live horses,...
Extremely Scary Corpse Elevator Prank in Brazil...
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If you think you need more than one ball to juggle, you're in for a surprise. Juggling artist -- yes, this man is an artist -- Yanazo proves that you don't need fancy things like bowling pins or flaming chainsaws to dazzle an audience.
Nagai Hideyuki, 21, from Japan, uses a pencil to conjure up amazing 3D drawings.
26-year-old Mustang Wanted (not his real name, obviously) got the nickname “real-life Spider-Man” after he spent the last decade climbing atop some of the highest structures in the former USSR, and taking unbelievable photos of himself dangling on...
It doesn’t happen every day, but I sometime get the chance to write about something truly special. This is definitely one of those rare occasions. Ever wondered what the creatures of your imagination would look like in real life?
They represent some of the largest machines made by men, and sometimes they crash.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A cleaning lady stole a train and drove it off the end of the tracks and smashed into a house in Sweden on Tuesday, injuring only herself in an incident police are investigating.
God save our gracious Mini !
It’s hard to imagine how an entire city can get lost but that’s exactly what has happened to the lost cities on this list. There are actually many reasons why a city has to be abandoned. War, natural disasters, climate change and the loss of important trading partners to name a few. Whatever the cause, these lost cities were forgotten in time until they were rediscovered centuries later.
Argentinian street artist Eduardo Relero has the special talent of turning something as dull as pavements into incredible three-dimensional artworks that put people in danger of walking into lampposts starring at them.
Sometimes you get hit from where you least expected it.
Every year for nearly four decades, Nikon has received hundreds of entries in its Small World microscope photography contest.