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The Mystery of the Mummies of Venzone

Thursday, May 29, 2014

For hundreds of years, a mystery surrounded the cathedral of Venzone, a small city in the province of Udine, Italy. Instead of decomposing normally, bodies buried in the tombs beneath the cathedral were perfectly preserved and still recognizable decades later, a fact which led the townspeople to periodically retrieve and commune with their dead loved ones.

In modern times, scientists finally traced the source of this wonder to Hypha tombicina, a microscopic, parasitic fungus that rapidly dehydrates the bodies before decomposition can even begin.




Motivation and humanity.

Monday, April 14, 2014



Astonishing Video GIFs with Surreal Graphics

Sunday, April 13, 2014

After the amazing animated GIFs of the japonais kota lgauchi, here are the realizations of the young french student  Hugo Germain Alias, who made a combination of real pictures with a 3D animations (After effects) Giving these astonishing surreal GIFs.











The Camouflage experts: find me if you can

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Nothing to see here:
 A Bat-faced Toad hides among dead leaves in Amacayacu National Park , ColombiaBarking up the wrong tree: It's nearly impossible to pick out this Lichen Spider at the Erawan National Park in Thailand



















Barking up the wrong tree:
It's nearly impossible to pick out this Lichen Spider at the Erawan National Park in Thailand




















Nothing to see here too:
 A Speckled Sanddab blends perfectly with the pebbled ocean floor




















That's a blooming good disguise:
 An Orchid Mantis sits inside a flower

















Can you spot me? 
A snow leopard looks for prey in the Himalayas

Buzz off:
This Peppered Moth has found the perfect hiding place on a rock






















Can you see me yet? 
A Right eye Flounder camouflages himself on the ocean floor






















This Mossy Leaf-tailed Gecko is a master of disguise in Montagne dAmbre National Park , Madagascar






















Stick with it: 
There's a Leaf Frog in there somewhere

































It has eyes!
 A Vietnamese Mossy Frog is perfectly adapted to his surroundings





















Where did he go? 
The Great Potoo hides in a tree in Brazil as it searches for food





















Blending in:
 This Satanic Leaf-tailed Gecko hides from predators in Andasibe-Mantadia National Park , Madagascar , or is it just a leaf?

Amazing Pen Scribble portraits of famous

Saturday, April 5, 2014



Artist and illustrator Vince low, from Kuala Lumpur, creates artistic order from the chaos of pen lines to produce stunning portraits of famous faces.


His 'Faces' project began when, as head illustrator at advertising agency Grey, he created three portraits of famous dyslexics to create awareness for the disorder: Pablo Picasso, Albert Einstein and John Lennon.


Mr low said that he was looking for a style that would be easily understood but difficult to emulate

















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