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Kingfisher Catching A Fish Underwater

Kingfisher Catching A Fish Underwater

Italian photographer Jacopo Rigotti took this photo of a kingfisher catching a fish underwater in a stream in Trentino, Italy.

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Robot Chefs Take Over Chinese Restaurant

Robot Restaurant In China

Around 30 robots look after the ordering, cooking, baking and delivering of meals in the 3,200 sq ft restaurant, located in Kunshan – eastern China, which is the latest of many restaurants in Asia featuring robotic staff. There are drawbacks to using the robots which is why Mr. Jugang still relies on humans, hiring a handful to work in the kitchen and cook dishes too complex for their mechanical counterparts.

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Hungry & Aggressive Sea Lion Grabs Fish & Fisherman

Hungry & Aggressive Sea Lion Grabs Fish & Fisherman

This is the moment a cheeky sea lion jumped out of the water and grabbed not only the recently caught yellowtail fish but also fisherman Dan Carlin at Mission Bay in San Diego. Local angler Carlin is still recovering more than three weeks after the incident.

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Beautiful Heartwarming Illustrations Show That Love Is In The Small Things

Heartwarming Illustrations Show That Love Is In The Small Things

Heartwarming illustrations show that love is in the small things. Korean artist Puuung captures this in illustrations for the “Love is…” series showcased on Grafolio, an online forum. On Puuung’s Facebook page, the illustrator describes the message behind the sweet drawings. “‘Love’ is something that everybody can relate to. And ‘Love’ comes in ways that we can easily overlook in our daily lives. So, I try to find the meaning of love in our daily lives and make it into artworks.”

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“Crystal Frog” Discovered In The Forest of Costa Rica

Crystal Frog

This “Crystal Frog” was discovered by US biologist Brian Kubicki and Costa Ricans Stanley Salazar and Robert Puschendorf in a rainy forest of Costa Rican caribbean after 40 years without notice of any new example of this kind.

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