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Real life doll Alina Kovalevskaya poses for a photograph on May 29, 2014 in Odessa, Ukraine. Alina Kovalevskaya is a walking, talking, breathing living doll on the lookout for her real-life Ken. (Photo by Aleksey Solodunov/Barcroft Media)

Real life doll Alina Kovalevskaya poses for a photograph on May 29, 2014 in Odessa, Ukraine. Alina Kovalevskaya is a walking, talking, breathing living doll on the lookout for her real-life Ken. The 21-year-old is from Odessa, Ukraine – the same city as real-life Barbie Valeria Lukyanova, who has made headlines around the world for her unique look and controversial opinions. The pair were friends, but their relationship has since soured. Alina has made a splash online, with her YouTube videos showing off her doll-like charms attracting hundreds of thousands of views. (Photo by Aleksey Solodunov/Barcroft Media)
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13 Jul 2014 11:14:00
Artist Nickolay Lamm recreates Barbie with real-life proportions

Would a Barbie doll with real-life proportions sell in stores? Pittsburgh artist Nickolay Lamm thinks so. He created a 3D model of Barbie if she had the proportions of an average 19-year-old woman. Artist Nickolay Lamm, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, recreated the iconic Mattel doll using proportions of the average 19-year-old woman, according to the CDC. (Photo by Nickolay Lamm)
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03 Jul 2013 06:01:00
Kotakoti Barbie Dollv

Everyone meet Dakota Rose, she’s a 16-year-old girl who goes by KotaKoti and looks a lot like a Barbie doll. Recently, photos of her have gone viral on several Asia and Arabic social sites because of her incredible resemblance to Barbie.
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26 Dec 2013 10:18:00
Aliia Nasyrova laying her hair on the couch to show her hair's length on March 5, 2017 in Riga, Latvia. (Photo by  Eduard Kolik/Barcroft Media)

Aliia Nasyrova laying her hair on the couch to show her hair's length on March 5, 2017 in Riga, Latvia. Real-life Rapunzel Aliia Nasyrova has hair so long that her husband admits he thinks of it as another member of the family. Aliia, 27, who lives in Riga, Latvia, took 20 years to grow out her hair, which measures 90 inches to the floor – and even has its own space in the marital bed. And while her massive mane attracts stares when out in public, her husband Ivan Balaban says he loves it and is proud of her for not cutting it. Weighing in at 4.5lbs (2kg), Aliia says her lengthy locks weigh as much as the family cat. (Photo by Eduard Kolik/Barcroft Media)
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18 Mar 2017 10:46:00
A giant shoe is pictured outside a life-size “Barbie Dreamhouse” of Mattel's Barbie dolls in Berlin, May 15, 2013. The life-sized house, covering about 1,400 square metres offers visitors to try on Barbie's clothes in her walk-in closet, tour her living room and her kitchen. (Photo by Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters)

A giant shoe is pictured outside a life-size “Barbie Dreamhouse” of Mattel's Barbie dolls in Berlin, May 15, 2013. The life-sized house, covering about 1,400 square metres offers visitors to try on Barbie's clothes in her walk-in closet, tour her living room and her kitchen. (Photo by Fabrizio Bensch/Reuters)
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20 May 2013 07:19:00
The new curvy Barbie doll body shape (L) is seen next to the traditional Barbie in a combination of photos released by Mattel on January 28, 2016. Barbie, the world's most famous doll, has a new body. In fact, she has three new bodies – petite, tall and curvy. Some 57 years after the impossibly busty and narrow-waisted blue-eyed Barbie doll was first introduced, California-based toy maker Mattel on Thursday released the new models, which it says better reflect a changing world. (Photo by Reuters/Mattel)

The new curvy Barbie doll body shape (L) is seen next to the traditional Barbie in a combination of photos released by Mattel on January 28, 2016. Barbie, the world's most famous doll, has a new body. In fact, she has three new bodies – petite, tall and curvy. Some 57 years after the impossibly busty and narrow-waisted blue-eyed Barbie doll was first introduced, California-based toy maker Mattel on Thursday released the new models, which it says better reflect a changing world. (Photo by Reuters/Mattel)
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29 Jan 2016 12:23:00
Cowboys Wyatt Williams (R) and David Thompson work to restrain a calf in order to give it medicine near Ignacio, Colorado June 12, 2014. The land where the cattle graze is leased from the Forest Service by third-generation rancher Steve Pargin. Several times a year, he and a crew led by his head cowboy, David Thompson, spend a week or more herding cattle from mountain range to mountain range to prevent them from causing damage to fragile ecosystems by staying in a single area too long. (Photo by Lucas Jackson/Reuters)

Cowboys Wyatt Williams (R) and David Thompson work to restrain a calf in order to give it medicine near Ignacio, Colorado June 12, 2014. The land where the cattle graze is leased from the Forest Service by third-generation rancher Steve Pargin. Several times a year, he and a crew led by his head cowboy, David Thompson, spend a week or more herding cattle from mountain range to mountain range to prevent them from causing damage to fragile ecosystems by staying in a single area too long. (Photo by Lucas Jackson/Reuters)
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15 Jul 2014 11:04:00
A Nubian Royal Starship hovers over the Malaysian rice fields. (Photo by Zahir Batin/Mercury Press)

A “Star Wars” superfan has brought the universe to his backyard. Amateur photographer Zahir Batin, from Selangor in Malaysia, added stormtroopers, X-wings and other famous sights to his native Tanjong Karang rice fields. The Malaysian snapper decided to combine his love for his hometown with his passion for the out-of-this-world space opera and, in particular, the toys. The amazing shots show TIE fighters on fire flying overhead and AT-AT walking tanks towering over tiny children, as well as Dark Side forces marching through the countryside. Here: a Nubian Royal Starship hovers over the Malaysian rice fields. (Photo by Zahir Batin/Mercury Press)
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30 Jun 2015 12:41:00