The cat, named Muschi, and the bear, named Maeuscchen, in these photos are lifelong friends. While it may be an unlikely friendship, it began eight years ago when the 40-year-old Asian bear and the cat first met and now the cat can’t stand to be apart from her friend. The pair was recently split up temporarily and the distraught cat was soon spotted sitting outside the bear’s cage pining for her friend. Once reunited, they were very happy as they cuddled after greeting each other.
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These photos are of a mobile homeless shelter that was designed by Paul Elkins. The shelter weighs 225 pounds empty and includes simple storage, a makeshift washroom, a kitchen, and a sleeping area. The roof acts as a rain catcher which collects free water. I think it is rather a good idea and well designed.
These are probably the most beautiful natural landscapes I’ve ever seen in my life. This is how I imagine paradise :) This beauty is situated in Croatia and is called the Plitvice Lakes. In 1949 the lakes were nationalized by the government and turned into a national park. The park was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979.
The lakes are renowned for their distinctive colours, ranging from azure to green, grey or blue.
By the way, the park is one of the few places on the planet, where new waterfalls appear every year.
This guy is an industrial alpinist from Saint Petersburg. This winter he helped clearing roofs from the snow that resulted in cars’ damaging. He is pretty mocking since he took pictures of “snow bombed” cars and posted them in his blog. I'd feel sorry for this guy if one of the “victim” drivers catches him.
I never came across flying people. But looking at these photos I get a feeling of floating in the air myself. How about you?
Here are some very touching photos of some kangaroos that were taken in the Belgrade Zoo. The jill and the joey seem to be doing just fine. These are some very rare kangaroos in so much as they are Albino kangaroos.