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Baby Francois' Langur

“Francois' langur is one of several species of leaf monkeys. Over 50% of its diet is made up of young leaves. It will also consume fruits (17.2%), seeds, flowers, stems, roots, bark and occasionally minerals and insects off of rock surfaces and cliffs. This langur consumes its favorite food, young leaves, at the highest rate during the dry season, April through September, also known as the young leaf-lean period”. – Wikipedia

Photo: An endangered baby Francois' Langur monkey called Laa Laa settles in following her July 6 birth at London Zoo, Regent's Park on August 5, 2004 in London. The bright ginger youngster was born to glossy black parents Max and Shaneka and has the typical orange baby coat which is in stark contrast against the black of her parent's and older brother Grub's fur. (Photo by Steve Finn/Getty Images)
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22 Sep 2011 11:28:00
Leaf Art by Lorenzo Duran

Artist Lorenzo Duran finds the perfect leaf and then carefully cuts away at it until he makes this amazingly delicate art.
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24 Oct 2012 08:24:00
Human Bone

Hammer & Sickle

Francois Robert bought a skeleton from a school in the mid-90s, and started to creat this series of art works named "Stop the Violence" since 2007 after conceived a long time.
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11 Jun 2012 08:40:00
Crocheted Leaf Art By Susanna Bauer

Susanna Bauer was born in 1969 in Bavaria, Germany. She has lived in England since 1996. Susanna has worked for the television and film industry for over 16 years, making objects like King Arthur’s chalice, cheeses for Wallace and Gromit, miniature robots, spaceships and buildings.
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29 Jun 2015 10:49:00
Spectacular Series Of Pop Culture Pictures By Francois Dourlen

This spectacular series of pop culture pictures by François Dourlen combines elements from movies with appropriate locations. The process for this includes using a screenshot or picture from pop culture that is pulled up on a phone and taking a picture of said image in a strategically placed position over a fitting background.
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19 May 2013 10:35:00
Coca growers chew coca leaves during a celebration for the reincorporation of Bolivia to the UN Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs in La Paz on January 14, 2013. "The coca leaf is not any more seen as cocaine (..), it is a victory of our identity" said Bolivian President Evo Morales. AFP PHOTO/Jorge Bernal        (Photo credit should read JORGE BERNAL/AFP/Getty Images)

Coca growers chew coca leaves during a celebration for the reincorporation of Bolivia to the UN Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs in La Paz on January 14, 2013. “The coca leaf is not any more seen as cocaine (...), it is a victory of our identity” said Bolivian President Evo Morales. (Photo by Jorge Bernal/AFP Photo)
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15 Jan 2013 10:16:00
A frog sits on a leaf and instead of seeing a reflection of itself in the water below, it sees a snail, attached to the bottom of the leaf, in a fish tank in Vietnam. (Photo by Duong Quoc Dinh/Solent Ne/SIPA Press)

A frog sits on a leaf and instead of seeing a reflection of itself in the water below, it sees a snail, attached to the bottom of the leaf, in a fish tank in Vietnam. (Photo by Duong Quoc Dinh/Solent Ne/SIPA Press)
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26 Jan 2014 13:05:00
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13 May 2012 21:37:00