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Medieval Armor Leggings

Medieval Armor Leggings

These leggings aren’t just pattern on fabric, they’re designed on basis of real medieval armor. All three variants of the leggings take inspiration from actual pieces of armor, all of which are currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

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Hubbub Finds a Brilliant Way to Keep London’s Streets Litter Free

Hubbub Finds a Brilliant Way to Keep London’s Streets Litter Free

Environmental charity Hubbub is running a campaign in collaboration with Commonworks to get litter off the streets of London. Their campaign has gone viral, especially the image of the cigarette voting ashtray you see at the top of this post. The creative ashtray asks people to Vote with their Butt – the cigarette butt that is, and has garnered a hell lot of attention (and votes).

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Creepy Fish With Human Teeth

Creepy Fish With Human Teeth

Pacu, as this fish is incorrectly called in place of the violent spawn of hellfire that it is, happens to be a native of South American freshwaters. Pacu is a relative of the Piranha, but mostly it is an omnivore with vegetative tendencies and prefer nuts and fruits; except for when they attack and kill other fish, or chomp on human nuts.

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Artist Photographs the Oldest Living Things in the World

Artist Photographs the Oldest Living Things in the World

Spruce Gran Picea #0909 – 11A07 (9,550 years old; Fulufjället, Sweden)

Ours is a world of wonders. Among these are several ancient organisms, that have existed for thousands of years. However, several of these are now endangered as human settlement and climate change put pressure on their ecosystems. Of course, serious attempts are also being made to preserve these wonderful organisms.

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Slow Life: A Macrophotography Timelapse of Coral, Sponges and Marine Life

Slow Life: A Macrophotography Timelapse of Coral, Sponges and Marine Life

Slow Life is a beautiful look in macrophotography at the growth of marine life like coral and sponges. Created by University of Queensland PhD student Daniel Stoupin, the video was made using more than 150,000 photographs. The photographs were initially captured to study various elements of coral and sponge behavior, and after some months the photographer realized the images could be used to show the beauty of microscopic reef “landscapes.”

Via Colossal

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