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Shakti Rathod
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Cat walking up/down the stairs 
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Why need a girlfriend when you can have this

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Crazy graffiti in an abandoned Greek hotel

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The Waitomo Glowworm Grotto is home to Arachnocampa luminosa, a species of glowworm that lives only in New Zealand. An old Maori tribesman named Tane Tinorau discovered the cave in the 1800s, and he began offering tours to visitors in 1889.

On today's tours of Waitomo, you'll float through 250 meters of majestic caverns: the Catacombs (an entrance to the cave network), the Banquet Chamber (where olden-day visitors gathered for meals), and the Cathedral (where famous choirs have performed, due to its killer acoustics). You'll finish with a glimmering finale in the Glowworm Grotto, which feels like another universe entirely.
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Ethiopian volcano spews stunning, deadly blue gas.

This is a volcano in Ethiopia that burns bright blue.

This isn't a Photoshop project: A volcano is creating blue eruptions. The result is beautiful, but it's also extremely deadly.

New Scientist interviewed French photographer Olivier Grunewald, who captures striking images of nature like the Dallol volcano, located in the Danakil Depression of Ethiopia's Afar region.Grunewald's work uses no filters or digital enhancement, and the results are stunning. To capture the Ethiopian volcano, Grunewald waited until after dusk, when the blue flames were more visible against the night sky.

Wondering where the blue effect comes from? The Dallol volcano's lava is still red, like other volcanoes — the blue color appears when the flames mix with deadly sulphuric gases. Grunewald must wear a gas mask while working, but he says it's worth the risk to experience nature's wonders. "The phenomenon is so uncommon," he told New Scientist. "We really feel like we are on another planet." -




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It's her gravitational field...

Bcs she is fat! 💃

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