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Titled 8,100,000 after the price paid for Bal du moulin de la Galette. (Photo by Trina Merry/Caters News)

An innovative artist has camouflaged nude bodies by painting them into the worlds most expensive artworks. New York body artist, Trina Merry picked the 20 top dearest paintings, then photographed naked models disguised as part of the piece. Here: Titled 8,100,000 after the price paid for Bal du moulin de la Galette. (Photo by Trina Merry/Caters News)
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03 Jun 2017 06:36:00
These may look like alien creatures from another planet, but the odd organisms are, in fact, colorful, microscopic life forms found in our forests. The bizarre slime molds, known as mycetozoa or fungus animals, were captured by geologist Valeriya Zvereva. (Photo by Valeriya Zvereva/Caters News)

These may look like alien creatures from another planet, but the odd organisms are, in fact, colorful, microscopic life forms found in our forests. The bizarre slime molds, known as mycetozoa or fungus animals, were captured by geologist Valeriya Zvereva. She spent months documenting the common life forms that are found beneath our feet – but are rarely seen. Incredibly, the organisms can move and hunt for other microscopic life forms on which to feed. Zvereva, who is from Moscow, used a special macro lens to capture the vibrant and up-close shots, which show off the organisms’ unlikely beauty. (Photo by Valeriya Zvereva/Caters News)
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20 Apr 2015 13:27:00
A woman is having a massage at the Lukacs Bath in Budapest, Hungary June 28, 2016. (Photo by Bernadett Szabo/Reuters)

A woman is having a massage at the Lukacs Bath in Budapest, Hungary June 28, 2016. Hungary's capital owes its popularity as a tourist destination partly to its numerous hot springs and bathing culture which have drawn visitors to the area since Roman times. Bath houses range from large, ornate 19th-century buildings like the Gellert and the Szechenyi to tiny Ottoman Turkish-era hamams, some of them more than 500 years old. (Photo by Bernadett Szabo/Reuters)
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20 Jul 2016 10:05:00
The Hidden Life Within By Giuseppe Penone

“My artwork shows, with the language of sculpture, the essence of matter and tries to reveal with the work, the hidden life within.”
Giuseppe Penone

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30 Aug 2015 10:07:00
In this August 17, 2016, photo, from left to right, Chhering Chodom, 60, Tashi Yangzom, 50, Lobsang Chhering, 27, and Dorje Tandup, 58, drink milk tea on the side of the road. For centuries, the sleepy valley nestled in the Indian Himalayas remained a hidden Buddhist enclave forbidden to outsiders. Enduring the harsh year-round conditions of the high mountain desert, the people of Spiti Valley lived by a simple communal code – share the Earth's bounty, be hospitable to neighbors, and eschew greed and temptation at all turns. That's all starting to change, for better or worse. Since India began allowing its own citizens as well as outsiders to visit the valley in the early 1990s, tourism and trade have boomed. And the marks of modernization, such as solar panels, asphalt roads and concrete buildings, have begun to appear around some of the villages that dot the remote landscape at altitudes above 4,000 meters (13,000 feet). (Photo by Thomas Cytrynowicz/AP Photo)

In this August 17, 2016, photo, from left to right, Chhering Chodom, 60, Tashi Yangzom, 50, Lobsang Chhering, 27, and Dorje Tandup, 58, drink milk tea on the side of the road. For centuries, the sleepy valley nestled in the Indian Himalayas remained a hidden Buddhist enclave forbidden to outsiders. Enduring the harsh year-round conditions of the high mountain desert, the people of Spiti Valley lived by a simple communal code – share the Earth's bounty, be hospitable to neighbors, and eschew greed and temptation at all turns. That's all starting to change, for better or worse. (Photo by Thomas Cytrynowicz/AP Photo)
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15 Sep 2016 09:22:00
Floating on clear deep water and reflections near the cave entrance. Visitors can either bring their own kayaks or rent boats from the local community to paddle deep inside the cave and marvel at its wonders on March 2015 at Tham Khoun Ex, Laos. Tham Khoun Xe, commonly known as the Xe Bang Fai River Cave, in Laos, has over 15km of passages filled with awe-inspiring views and wide expanses of water. (Photo by John Spies/Barcroft Media/ABACAPress)

Floating on clear deep water and reflections near the cave entrance. Visitors can either bring their own kayaks or rent boats from the local community to paddle deep inside the cave and marvel at its wonders on March 2015 at Tham Khoun Ex, Laos. Tham Khoun Xe, commonly known as the Xe Bang Fai River Cave, in Laos, has over 15km of passages filled with awe-inspiring views and wide expanses of water. Photographer, John Spies, 59, captured scenes from the entrances of the huge underground river passages, intricate cave formations and views from a passage high above the water. The cave is formed by the Xe Bang Fai river, a major tributary of the Mekong and in the dry season can be traversed using inflatable kayaks. (Photo by John Spies/Barcroft Media/ABACAPress)
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11 Apr 2015 09:56:00
An undated handout picture released on January 10, 2017 by the Issekinicho publishing house shows an inter- species sexual behaviour between a male Japanese macaque and female sika deer, in Yakushima Scientists revealed on January 10, 2017 the “highly unusual” behaviour of a male monkey filmed trying to have s*x with female deer in Japan – a rare case of inter- species nookie. (Photo by Editions Issekinicho/AFP Photo)

An undated handout picture released on January 10, 2017 by the Issekinicho publishing house shows an inter- species sexual behaviour between a male Japanese macaque and female sika deer, in Yakushima Scientists revealed on January 10, 2017 the “highly unusual” behaviour of a male monkey filmed trying to have sеx with female deer in Japan – a rare case of inter- species nookie. (Photo by Editions Issekinicho/AFP Photo)
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15 Jan 2017 11:00:00
A giraffe lands a karate kick on a rival on the plains of Botswana. (Photo by Thomas Retterath/Caters News)

The Kung Fu King was spotted in Botswana, Africa, as the two giraffes fought for dominance. Thomas Retterath, 53, says hes often seen the mammals fight, but they usually do it by banging their heads against each others bodies.Here: A giraffe lands a karate kick on a rival on the plains of Botswana. (Photo by Thomas Retterath/Caters News)
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26 Feb 2017 00:00:00