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  • 9. Some airplanes have a chat service so that passengers can pass the time communicating with one another. One passenger decided to have a little fun and made his username “pilot.” Other passengers were left wondering, “Wait… who’s flying the plane?”

    9. Some airplanes have a chat service so that passengers can pass the time communicating with one another. One passenger decided to have a little fun and made his username “pilot.” Other passengers were left wondering, “Wait… who’s flying the plane?”

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

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  • As a homeowner, dealing with an ant infestation is one of the biggest hassles imaginable. Not only is your living space full or creepy critters, but finding a professional exterminator can be expensive! However, one man cleverly figured out a cheap way to get rid of ants using basic household items—and you can easily replicate this hack!

    As a homeowner, dealing with an ant infestation is one of the biggest hassles imaginable. Not only is your living space full or creepy critters, but finding a professional exterminator can be expensive! However, one man cleverly figured out a cheap way to get rid of ants using basic household items—and you can easily replicate this hack!

    Man Sprays Sugar On The Outside Walls Of His House For A Truly Genius Reason

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  • The employees at Swan Valley Connections, a conservation and education organization based in Montana, have dedicated their lives to studying the lynx. While you probably recognize this beautiful big cat, the truth is that there is a still a lot to learn about these creatures.

    The employees at Swan Valley Connections, a conservation and education organization based in Montana, have dedicated their lives to studying the lynx. While you probably recognize this beautiful big cat, the truth is that there is a still a lot to learn about these creatures.

    Researchers Were Happy To Catch A Rare Lynx In The Wild Until It Opened Its Mouth

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  • 5. Dad is on the left in 1978, and his son is pictured on the right in 2013. While this son definitely replicated the props in this photo in attempt to mimic his dad’s look from back in the day, the resemblance would be striking even if they weren’t dressed as twins.

    5. Dad is on the left in 1978, and his son is pictured on the right in 2013. While this son definitely replicated the props in this photo in attempt to mimic his dad’s look from back in the day, the resemblance would be striking even if they weren’t dressed as twins.

    Family Members Who Look So Similar That They Might Actually Be Clones

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  • “Study of the olms in greater depths is extremely important, especially when done by divers focused on conservation,” said biologist and Tular Cave Laboratory head Gregor Aljančič. “Our previous findings indicate that Proteus can withstand significant pressure.”

    “Study of the olms in greater depths is extremely important, especially when done by divers focused on conservation,” said biologist and Tular Cave Laboratory head Gregor Aljančič. “Our previous findings indicate that Proteus can withstand significant pressure.”

    Divers Exploring An Underground Lake Find Bizarre ‘Dragons’ Lurking In The Darkness

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  • 19. This is that moment when you realize it’s going to be twice as hard as you expected to be a mother. The fact that this Timehop photo was found a year later, though, hopefully indicates that things worked out!

    19. This is that moment when you realize it’s going to be twice as hard as you expected to be a mother. The fact that this Timehop photo was found a year later, though, hopefully indicates that things worked out!

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

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  • 10. Phone towers: This complicated building on the left was the Old Stockholm Telephone Tower in Sweden, and it featured 5,500 telephone wires spilling out of every opening. It was so big that, depending on where you lived in the city, it blocked out the sun! Today’s towers are essentially wireless and provide service to millions of people. 

    10. Phone towers: This complicated building on the left was the Old Stockholm Telephone Tower in Sweden, and it featured 5,500 telephone wires spilling out of every opening. It was so big that, depending on where you lived in the city, it blocked out the sun! Today’s towers are essentially wireless and provide service to millions of people. 

    13 Everyday Things That Used To Look Completely Different 100 Years Ago

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  • The top-most level of the tomb of Kom el Shoqafa no longer contains much, but the secondary level contains a wealth of ancient Greek influences. There is a temple in the ancient Greek style, followed by other architectural indicators of Greek influence.

    The top-most level of the tomb of Kom el Shoqafa no longer contains much, but the secondary level contains a wealth of ancient Greek influences. There is a temple in the ancient Greek style, followed by other architectural indicators of Greek influence.

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

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  • Alexandria’s history is a unique one. When Alexander the Great founded the city 331 BCE, it was the first time that both Greek and Egyptian culture began to coexist. The city became a sophisticated center for learning, culture, and the arts. That tradition of shared cultures continued when the Romans conquered the city in 30 BCE.

    Alexandria’s history is a unique one. When Alexander the Great founded the city 331 BCE, it was the first time that both Greek and Egyptian culture began to coexist. The city became a sophisticated center for learning, culture, and the arts. That tradition of shared cultures continued when the Romans conquered the city in 30 BCE.

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

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  • Unfortunately, this wonderful period of their lives did not last as long as they would have liked. A year after they first welcomed Loki into their home, he sadly died of a complication with the Distemper/Parvo Modified Live (MLV) vaccine.

    Unfortunately, this wonderful period of their lives did not last as long as they would have liked. A year after they first welcomed Loki into their home, he sadly died of a complication with the Distemper/Parvo Modified Live (MLV) vaccine.

    Man Who Rescues A Sick Baby Raccoon Gets Paid Back In The Sweetest Way

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