Since the down of the agriculture and the human civilization itself ten thousand years ago people are tend to constrain and contain the nature, put it into the strictly-defined limits. This is how we are transforming our area of habitat, this is what defines us as a specie.
The nature says nothing against it. It is silent. It uses all the space available for growth and proliferation. If we draw it in squares, nature will shape itself in squares even though there are no perfect squares and cubes in the wild. Nature will fit the ever changing environment not matter if it is changing due to cosmic reasons or by the will of the people.
Here are some good illustrations for this. In urban environment trees are shaping their root system to replicate the man-made patterns: squares, cubes, octagons…
Some people say the dogs are reflections of their owners. If the owners are creative, some of this creativity is inevitably affects their dogs. Are they going to the Halloween party? Their dogs will go with them. Wearing a perfect costume, of course.
By the way, check the Anne Marie’s Flickr albums for more wonderful dog photographs.
Some people’s hobbies are more like the ultimate Ironman challange in patience. You know the thingls like the ships in the bottle or intricate structures built with nothing but the millions of matches. This one is another hymn to the patience—the whole city made of millions of toothpicks. It was started in 1982 and still in progress.
Carnivores aren’t really picky about their prey. They hunting herbivores and carnivores and anyone who looks tasty enough. In nature, nobody asks what your culinary preferences are before eating you whole, with your socks on. Carnivores are eating carnivores, and reptiles eat reptiles. Like in this case in Australia. The python is eating the goanna, Australian monitor lizard.
The whole process is taking about two hours. Look how much Australians are caring about their murderous wildlife—they put a sticks and do-not-cross tape around the scene so nobody would interrupt the lunch.
Francesca, social network site Reddit user, has visited unlicensed theme park in China. One of the many such parks in the country. This one is based on the popular multiplayer game World of Warcraft. However, Blizzard Entertainment, the owner of the Warcraft franchise seems to be unaware of this fountain of creativity.
The astoundingly popular mobile game Angry Birds may be not that loud, but it sure been here for much longer than another craze of the year passed—Gangnam Style. In Finland, where the game was developed, it become some kind of a cult. From now on, when someone say “Finland” people will be recalling not only a burning hot Molotov Cocktails and virtually indestructible and cheap Nokia phones. Angry Birds and Finland became synonymous, and Finns are taking everything from this unexpected fame. Just look at all these Angry Birds products they have in their stores:
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This dining room sure belongs to an avid hunter. The owner must be spent days in African savannah hunting for all these game.
If you are against hunting for sport, try to think about the tens of thousands of dollars he spent on the poverty-ridden land of African continent. Think about hundreds of Africans who make their living on catering the needs of the guys like this safari hunter.
Fifteen thousand years passed since the time when the first gray wolves were tamed, domesticated and turned into dogs by our distant ancestors. It was enough to make the dogs our closest friends. Fifteen thousand years of artificial selection, make dogs obedient and helpful companions.
However, not all the dogs are born equal. Some of them are really mischievous little devils, some of them just born to have fun and take from life everything, but some of them are real stoics. They won’t even flip a treat from the top of their muzzles without masters’ permit.