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World’s Largest Tumor Removed From Man’s Back in China

World's Largest Tumor

Doctors in China have removed what could be the world’s largest tumor from Yang Jianbing, of Beijing. Yang was born with a dark birth mark on the right side of his lower back/bottom. When he was nine the mark began to grow into a fleshy tumor and by the age of 12 it had grown to the size of a fist and Yang received a surgery to remove it. However, it quickly started to grow again.

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Amazing Papercraft from Lobulo Design

Paper Drawings by Lobulo Design

London-based artist Javier Rodríguez García, aka Lobulo Design, creates wonderful vibrant designs using paper. From pop culture to anatomy and the natural world it seems like nothing is off limits.

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Snakes Wearing Tiny Hats

Snakes Wearing Tiny Hats

Snakes in hats’ is the latest animal photo trend online and even the worst ophidiophobe – that’s a person with an abnormal fear of snakes – can’t help but smile at the picture of a boa in a clown hat.

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Indian Rickshaw Puller Sleeps On His Rickshaw

Indian rickshaw puller sleeps on his rickshaw

An Indian rickshaw puller sleeps on his rickshaw as others await customers in the morning in Allahabad, India.

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Bizarre Hindu Prayer For Rain In Ahmadabad, India

Hindu priests prayer for rain

Hindu priests sit in cauldrons of water in front of a fire while performing the “Parjanya Varun Yagam”, a special prayer for rain, in the western Indian city of Ahmadabad.

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Everyday Objects Turned into Humorous Illustrations

Everyday Objects Turned into Humorous Illustrations

Dutch artist Tineke Meirink aims to make people realize how simple things can be more fun when seen with imagination. In her series “Stop Watch” she shows us that its just more fun to take a closer look on everyday objects found on the streets that are mostly dull or even invisible to a regular person, but not to her.

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