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Indonesian flying frog tries to hitch a ride on snail’s back

A tiny frog struck up an unlikely friendship with a giant African land snail after clambering onto its shell to catch a ride

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Chief Flying Horse, the older brother of the minor Sitting Bull charged into Captain Henry Jackson's men, knowing full well he would be killed but his actions permitted enough time for women and children to get further away.

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Swinging with Friends - who didn't do this? We'd also tie the metal ropes up really tight and as high as we could and then spin like crazy. Mad head rushes :-)

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from Mail Online

Penguins in peril from climate change

An Adelie penguin walking on the ice in Antarctica. Climate change is killing a worrying amounts of birds

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from nenuno creative

The Threadless Book Review

Banksy Death Art It's startling, but there is a point to it. Banksy often touches on very political subjects - to raise awareness about what is truly going on in society. But it is easy to interpret his work to mean other things. For example - this piece focuses on children and their innocence (depicted through the pink butterflies - which are predominantly used to represent blood and death) but also war and culpability through suicide.

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Top 50 rollercoasters

Oblivion Alton Towers scary!!! won tickets x 4 twice so 8 tickets and fasttrack Smiler Tickets with twitter June 2013

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from Jezebel

McQueen On The Red Carpet: The Ladies Who Dared

A dress from Spring/Summer 2008 "La Dame Bleue" shows the bird designs tht inspired McQueen. He has made a beautiful cape that resemble an extended set of wings. I could perhaps incorporate some of the feathers that I made into the final outcome.

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from Mail Online

The magic of Fifties suburbia when socks were darned, baths shared and kids roamed wild. Only now does Michelle Hanson appreciate what a glorious age it was to grow up in

Young and free: Children playing in 1950s Britain when 'no one seemed to be as frightened as they are now'.

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