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Adorable Moment Two Barn Owls Kisses In Front of Camera

Adorable Moment Two Barn Owls Pucker Up For The Camera

Adorable moment two barn owls pucker up for the camera. Photographer Leslie Arnott , who captured this amazing moment said, “They certainly looked like they tried to kiss but I guess we will never know for sure.”

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Starlings Formed A Giant Bird Shape

Starlings Forming Giant Bird Shape

Photographer Daniel Biber from Hilzingen, Germany was there when the starlings began to swirl and twist, most likely the result of a predator such as a falcon or hawk being in the vicinity. It was almost supernatural that in response to the predator, the cloud of starlings ended up twisting and turning themselves into a giant, single bird, as if to say to their tormentor, “we are bigger than you.”

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Harvest Mouse Takes Daytime Nap Into Hanging Apple

Genius mouse sleeps inside half-eaten apple

An adorable harvest mouse looking for a place to sleep finds a bed in a hanging half-eaten apple. Photographer Dean Mason who runs the harvest mice, snapped the inventive mouse nearby Wimborne. Dean said, “I began photographing the harvest mouse as he climbed up the branch toward the apple. He then ate some of the apple, before deciding to climb into it and promptly fell asleep.

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Art in Denim by Ian Berry

Art in Denim by Ian Berry

Talented British artist Ian Berry creates incredibly detailed art with denim. His work revolves around melancholic urban scenes, usually depicting the lonely and less glamorous side of living in the city. Berry chose jeans as his material because he claims that denim is one of the dominant parts of urban lifestyle.

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Two-Headed Gazelle Stunned Photographers on Safari

Two-Headed Gazelle

Photographers on Safari got more than they bargained for in Kenya when they spotted a two-headed gazelle in the grass. The illusion of a four-horned gazelle was captured perfectly by mechanical engineer Ayhan Ozturk from Artvin, Turkey.

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