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Double Head Vulture

Double Head Vulture

“Double head vulture”. On the day of windy days during raptors migration some people in my country start to catch these tired raptors, so in this day we go to photograph some raptors and we saw these tow tired vultures, so we start to drag them away from the hunters until they reach a good hidden place, to make them safe until they start a new journey.

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If Company Logos Had Honest Slogans

Honest Company Slogans

Honest Slogans is a series of cleverly written and illustrated slogans reveal the core values of different companies and provide honest descriptions of their products. The humorous company slogans created by graphic designer Clifton Robert Dickens. It offers more of an insight into what people truly think about products.

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Dissected Cake: Decorated Cake With an Anatomical Interior of Bones & Organs

Dissected Cake

Did you ever think what’s inside the decorated cakes, what they taste like? Artist Annabel de Vetten, a specialist in ghoulish food art, has created a cake to answer such questions. She created the “dissected cake” with an anatomical interior of bones and organs which she assures everyone that “everything is tasty.”

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Funny Camel Smiling For A Group Selfie

Funny Camel Smiling For Camera

This camel clearly didn’t get the hump about having its picture taken after posing for a selfie. Pictured joining in with the group photo, the hilarious photo shows the delighted desert dweller smiling happily for the camera. Captured by friends Hossam Antikka, 20, Karem Abdelaziz, 22, and Misara Salah, 24, the group spent around half an hour feeding the camel before deciding to take a snap of their new found friend.

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Another Bizarre Ritual of Crawling Under A Cow During Diwali Festival In Nepal

Tihar Festival, India Photo by: Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters

A boy crawls under a cow during a religious ceremony celebrating the Tihar festival, also called Diwali, in Kathmandu. Hindus all over Nepal are celebrating the festival during which they worship cows, which are considered a maternal figure, and other animals. It is very similar to the Govardhan Puja festival posted earlier.

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