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  • The snub-nosed monkey

    The snub-nosed monkey

    11 Incredible Animals You’ve Probably Never Even Heard of

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  • 10. Photo of Walt Disney while drawing Mickey Mouse.

    10. Photo of Walt Disney while drawing Mickey Mouse.

    2 x 12 Amazing Photos You Were Not Shown at School

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  • 13. Peeling bananas: Instead of cracking the stem and peeling down like you normally would, you should be pinching the opposite end. Not only is it easier, but it’s also the way gorillas and monkeys peel them in the wild!

    13. Peeling bananas: Instead of cracking the stem and peeling down like you normally would, you should be pinching the opposite end. Not only is it easier, but it’s also the way gorillas and monkeys peel them in the wild!

    28 Everyday Things We’ve All Been Doing Wrong This Whole Time

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  • 19. The Monkey Selfie: He may have a nice smile, but this monkey’s selfie launched a controversial debate: who owns this photo? The monkey who took it? Or the photographer, David Slater, who’d allowed this Indonesian monkey to play with his camera?

    19. The Monkey Selfie: He may have a nice smile, but this monkey’s selfie launched a controversial debate: who owns this photo? The monkey who took it? Or the photographer, David Slater, who’d allowed this Indonesian monkey to play with his camera?

    19 Of The Most Controversial Photographs Ever Taken

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  • 5. Bumps on a keyboard

    5. Bumps on a keyboard

    11 Things Whose Purpose We Know so Little About

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  • 8. Not Mickey Mouse, not bananas, just organic tomatoes.

    8. Not Mickey Mouse, not bananas, just organic tomatoes.

    24 Food Surprises You Did Not See Coming

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  • The ice produced by a yakhchāl was not something exclusively reserved for the upper class, either. Shop owners utilized the ice to preserve fruit, while donkeys carried chunks of ice that were then sold to any interested buyers. Usually, they were built close to cities, as well.

    The ice produced by a yakhchāl was not something exclusively reserved for the upper class, either. Shop owners utilized the ice to preserve fruit, while donkeys carried chunks of ice that were then sold to any interested buyers. Usually, they were built close to cities, as well.

    Bizarre Ancient Structures In The Desert Were Used For The Coolest Purpose

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  • 5. It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… a bird on a plane! This turkey has been pardoned from next Thanksgiving’s dinner to serve a much greater purpose: a little anxiety relief for one airline passenger.

    5. It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… a bird on a plane! This turkey has been pardoned from next Thanksgiving’s dinner to serve a much greater purpose: a little anxiety relief for one airline passenger.

    Airplane Passengers Snapchat The Strangest Things They’ve Ever Seen On Flights

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  • 15. When I lost my keys, my roommate kindly made me new ones.

    15. When I lost my keys, my roommate kindly made me new ones.

    19 Unbelievable Pics About Life With a Roommate

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  • 3. Use a LEGO piece as a cable or key holder.

    3. Use a LEGO piece as a cable or key holder.

    18 Brilliant Ideas for Using Ordinary Things in a Totally Different Way

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