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Photographer: Dita Alangkara
South Korea’s Lee Bo-na ejects empty cartridges during the women’s double trap shooting competition at the 17th Asian Games at Gyeonggido Shooting Range in Incheon, South Korea, Thursday, Sept. 25
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thingsandschemes:

In 1956, Henry Behrens was the world’s smallest man. Here he is dancing with his cat.
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gaysavior:

m’lady
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animalworld:

JAGLION (Jaguar/Lion cross)  ©bearcreeksanctuary.com/Tara Frost
Photographed at the Bear Creek Exotic Wildlife Sanctuary home to the only (known) living Jaglions — Jazzie and Tsunami (pictured above)…more photos on the click through to Tara’s blog or visit the sanctuary directly here:
The sanctuary itself can be visited here: http://www.bearcreeksanctuary.com
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theclearlydope:

My name is Tree I’m 15 years old and I don’t care what the city says .. I’ll do what I want. If I wanna grow out into the street … I’ll do it. If I wanna bloom in front of business signage … I’ll do it.
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dorkly:

The new X-Men movie looks great
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stunningpicture:

Two sides to every story
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offbeatchina:

Thousand-year-old ancient town hidden underwater by dam rediscovered in Qiandao Lake, Zhejiang. Now open for tours.
offbeatchina:

Thousand-year-old ancient town hidden underwater by dam rediscovered in Qiandao Lake, Zhejiang. Now open for tours.
offbeatchina:

Thousand-year-old ancient town hidden underwater by dam rediscovered in Qiandao Lake, Zhejiang. Now open for tours.
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Doctors perform C-section on a turtle to save her life!Keepers at Chengdu Zoo, China sent the turtle, called Dabao, to hospital for an x-ray to find out why she was so lethargic, reports China Central Television. “We were amazed to see that there were 14 eggs in her body,” said Wu, the administrative director of the zoo. “We suspect she was having a difficult labour because too many eggs were congesting the outlet.” The zoo sent the turtle to Chengdu 416 Hospital for a caesarean delivery, and doctors more used to human patients managed to improvise.The turtle hid inside its shell so the anaesthetist had to wait patiently and then act quickly when she popped her head out. Hospital director Dr Liu Wei said: “We decided to open the shell covering its stomach with a skull opener since the shell is about as hard as a human skull.” It took more than two hours for the doctors to open the shell, remove the 14 eggs and then reseal the shell with epoxy resin. Zoo keepers say Dabao is now on the way to a full recovery and her eggs have been buried in sand to await hatching