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  • Hugh Laurie and Jo Green

    Hugh Laurie and Jo Green

    16 celebrity couples who prove that love truly can last a lifetime

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  • Once the cage door was shut, a huge sigh of relief swept over Baloch and all of the villagers. They had successfully rescued the lioness, and no one was injured in the process! She was transported to the Sasan Gir Animal Care Center, a center that specializes in Asiatic lions.

    Once the cage door was shut, a huge sigh of relief swept over Baloch and all of the villagers. They had successfully rescued the lioness, and no one was injured in the process! She was transported to the Sasan Gir Animal Care Center, a center that specializes in Asiatic lions.

    Indian Villagers Hatch An Insane Plan To Rescue A Lioness Trapped In An 80-Foot Well

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  • #10 Hugh Jackman, The Savage

    #10 Hugh Jackman, The Savage

    10+ First-World Anarchists Who Don’t Give A Damn About Your Rules

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  • #2 Bear Hug By Ashleigh Scully, US

    #2 Bear Hug By Ashleigh Scully, US

    13 Best Wildlife Photos Of 2017 Have Been Announced, And They’re Truly Remarkable

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  • Within a year, several different crews had attempted to board the ship, all to no avail. Several years later, in 1935, Captain Hugh Polson attempted to board the ship, but was unable due to icy conditions. Nevertheless, the ghostly ship sailed on.

    Within a year, several different crews had attempted to board the ship, all to no avail. Several years later, in 1935, Captain Hugh Polson attempted to board the ship, but was unable due to icy conditions. Nevertheless, the ghostly ship sailed on.

    Creepy Ghost Ship Sails The World’s Seas Unmanned For 38 Years

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  • With its towering, 60-foot neon “Speedee” sign standing  as it always has and its 30-foot luminescent yellow golden arches, it’s easy to see how this monument to fast food history quickly became a huge tourist attraction… 

    With its towering, 60-foot neon “Speedee” sign standing  as it always has and its 30-foot luminescent yellow golden arches, it’s easy to see how this monument to fast food history quickly became a huge tourist attraction… 

    See Inside The Oldest McDonald’s Restaurant In The World, Operating Since 1953

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  • 8. If you think cleaning up your pet’s little accident is annoying, imagine having fully grown cows use your floor as a restroom! One woman went downstairs after a shower to find two huge bovines relieving themselves on her floor after she’d forgotten to lock her doors. Whoops!

    8. If you think cleaning up your pet’s little accident is annoying, imagine having fully grown cows use your floor as a restroom! One woman went downstairs after a shower to find two huge bovines relieving themselves on her floor after she’d forgotten to lock her doors. Whoops!

    15 Times Animals Invaded Human Homes With Hilarious Results

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  • Kitten That Wouldn’t Stop Bothering A Fearsome Pit Bull Gets A Huge Surprise In Return

    Kitten That Wouldn’t Stop Bothering A Fearsome Pit Bull Gets A Huge Surprise In Return

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  • 15. “Somebody, please help me immediately. I’ve made a huge mistake.” You sure did, you silly kitty. Cats are certainly known for making their way into all sorts of different containers, but this is completely ridiculous!

    15. “Somebody, please help me immediately. I’ve made a huge mistake.” You sure did, you silly kitty. Cats are certainly known for making their way into all sorts of different containers, but this is completely ridiculous!

    24 People Who Screwed Up Big Time And Have No One But Themselves To Blame

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  • When it was first made, Kom el Shoqafa was most likely just a tomb for one particular family. Over time, however, that changed, and more bodies were buried in it. Tombs like Kom el Shoqafa used to make up a huge part of what was known as the Necropolis, or the City of the Dead, which was comprised of a system of catacombs that was believed to have existed in Western Alexandria.

    When it was first made, Kom el Shoqafa was most likely just a tomb for one particular family. Over time, however, that changed, and more bodies were buried in it. Tombs like Kom el Shoqafa used to make up a huge part of what was known as the Necropolis, or the City of the Dead, which was comprised of a system of catacombs that was believed to have existed in Western Alexandria.

    Creepy ‘Wonder of The Middle Ages’ Is Rediscovered When A Donkey Falls Through A Hole

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