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  1. A winning entry on the photo editing contest site Worth1000.com, this altered photo features images of flying butterflies which make it appear the model might have been wearing an outfit of live butterflies. http://bit.ly/akEWu8: 

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  2. A sign posted at a South African beach parking lot that also happens to be home to an African Penguin colony.  http://bit.ly/452v8C: 

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  3. This plush bath mat is made from live moss. http://bit.ly/d6erAL:
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  4. Artist Laurie Anderson projected numerous patterns of light and color on Australia’s Sydney Opera House for her project “Lighting the Sails.” http://bit.ly/bQEMvV: 

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  5. This cherry is not genetically modified, but digitally manipulated. The artist warped, sliced, pasted, and blurred this cherry to create its new shape. http://bit.ly/abDWpU: 

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  6. This huge crossword puzzle on the side of a building, in Lvov, Ukraine, is over 100’ high!  Clues to solve the puzzle are hidden in landmarks around the city, and the answers are projected at night.  http://bit.ly/2DwsvQ: 

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  7. Did you notice one girl has three arms (2nd from left)? How about the girl on the right—her hand is behind the third girl’s shoulder, but also in front of her arm.  Layering problems show these models were not at the same photo-shoot. http://bit.ly/8Yy9TC: 

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  8. Photographer Charles Lindsay took this shot at the Yellowstone Club, in Big Sky, Montana. The golf course is regularly visited by bears.  http://bit.ly/cG273j: 

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  9. This mailbox started out life as a microwave oven. Notice the extra support under the end of the unit that holds the heavier circuitry.  http://bit.ly/cwfH7b: 

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  10. This carrot’s hair-thin taproot grew through a hole in a rock on a farm. Pure chance created this corseted carrot, not a digital artist. http://bit.ly/bCmKM8: 

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  11. The fox here looks a little too calm to really be among all these hounds! He was digitally added by an artist on Worth1000.com.: 

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  12. Though most ‘zorses’ (zebra-horse crosses) have stripes along their entire body, the patchwork on Eclyse is due to the same gene that produces pinto-patterned horses. http://bit.ly/4sxOxM: 

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