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.”
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.
Like a cowboy riding a bull, a daring frog enjoyed his own rodeo on a beetle – and stayed atop the insect for five minutes even as it tried to fly away. The adventurous flying frog leapt atop the black beetle and even put its front leg in the air in a bid to keep its balance.
Be very careful when you ask someone on the internet to photoshop something for you, because you might just get what you asked for. This is the story of Instagrammer Sid Frisjes who loves taking purposely bad tourist photos and captioning them with the hashtag “#NailedIt.” Frisjes recently went to Paris, where he took another signature photo fail trying to touch the top of the Eiffel Tower.
Mrs. T the tortoise suffered appalling injuries when her limbs were partially eaten by a rat. Owners Dale Sinclair-Jones and Linzi James of Pembroke, west Wales have had a set of wheels made to help Mrs. T get about. She can now move twice as fast with the special device fitted onto its shell. The rat ate her front legs to the elbow joint and gnawed on one of her rear legs, which will have to be amputated.