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Dozens of Mosquitoes Trapped In Spider-Web

Mosquitoes Trapped In Spider-Web

Dozens of mosquitoes trapped in the spider web. The interesting photo shared by Imgur user Tonicbrewmeister. It is like human-friendly spider because it is actually keeping you safe from malaria 🙂

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Soaked Dad Protecting His Schoolboy From Rain Shows What Parenting Is

Soaked Dad Protecting His Schoolboy From Rain Shows What Parenting Is

This heart-warming photo of a dad soaking in the rain so that his son could stay dry has gone viral. The photograph is believed to have been taken in Vancouver, Canada.

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Fish Trapped Inside A Jellyfish

Fish Trapped Inside Jellyfish

An unlucky fish trapped inside a jellyfish and a lucky photographer Tim Sameuel captured the moment never seen before, who says the fish was still alive and fighting to escape. “It was able to propel the jellyfish forward and controlled its movement to an extent.” The jellyfish threw it off balance, though, and they would wobble around, and sometimes get stuck doing circles.

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Amazingly Detailed Paper-Cut Artwork By Indian Artist Parth Kothekar

Paper-cut Artworks by Parth Kothekar

Parth Kothekar, paper cut artist from Ahmedabad, India creates adorable paper-cut artworks range from miniature silhouettes and small beautiful jewelry to larger scale artworks. The artwork then framed between two glasses to get the final look.

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Honest Posters Show Our Addiction To Technology

Honest Posters Show Our Addiction To Technology

PhD. student, Ajit Johnson, created a series of minimal posters with the hashtag #This_Generation to emphasize the need to acknowledge the invasion of tech addiction without even being aware of it. Ajit says, “Use of technology is of course fun and extremely useful but blinding oneself of the dark side (cyber bullying, privacy etc…) can be equally dangerous. Also, spending much time plugged in affects our relationships in a huge way, studies say.”

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