Meet Cute and Bambi, these two dogs were born without legs in Quezon City, Philippines. They now reside with their owner, Lope Tulipas, a street vendor.
It’s not one of those things you see everyday but this a real tree with real goats that would probably see quite a bit of if you were to take a tour of the Moroccan desert.
Sure, this would be easy to Photoshop if someone really wanted to, but that would be completely unnecessary. This picture was taken in 2005 by a photographer in Iraq. Evidently sandstorms in the Middle East are very volatile and can come out of seemingly nowhere.
Although it looks like some sort of cartoon was copy and pasted on top of a hill in New Zealand, this sculpture by Neil Dawson is actually made of welded steel. It’s 15 meters high and pretty much looks fake from any angle.
So is the table really big? Or is the bike really small? If you ever make it out to Hampstead Heath in England you would find the former to be correct. This enormous table and chair sculpture are called “The Writer”. Created by Italian artist Giancarlo Neri, they are a monument to the loneliness of writing.
Once again, what looks like someone having a lot of fun on photoshop is actually very real. This enormous rubber ducky belongs to Four media and has been strategically placed in harbors all over the world.
What seems like something that would require either lots of superglue or some good image editing software actually requires little more than a lot of time. Commonly known as “rock balancing” this art form involves balancing rocks in precarious ways that seem to defy gravity.
Although it may be hard to believe, this is actually Lake Berryessa in California and yes, it has a drain. It’s no small drain either. At 70 feet across it drops 300 feet and controls the water levels in the lake.
Known as a Janus cat after the Roman God who looked both forwards and backwards, Frank and Louie is currently in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the oldest surviving Janus cat in the world (12 years).
Although it looks like a sea monster army is about to feast on some surfer guts, those “tentacles” are in fact just seaweed along Innsmouth Beach in New England.