3/29/2015

Breathtaking Story of An Injured Baby Squirrel Adopted By A Family

Today we are going to share with you a breathtaking story of a baby squirrel adopted and raised by a family based in Finland. Priami, a reddit user has recently shared few pictures of red squirrel that they found injured on the road some six years ago. The squirrel was badly injured and at first they thought it may be dead, but after finding some sign of life they brought it to home.

They squirrel lived with them from 2007 to 2013 as one of their family member. Check out some breathtaking photos of baby squirrel below for the rest of the story.

The baby squirrel was found injured by the side of a road

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“When it seemed like he had recovered, we tried to release him back to the wild but he fell from a tree and hit a rock”

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“He survived, but we realized that his eye would never heal completely and he wouldn’t survive on his own”

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“His name was Arttu (pretty much the Finnish version of ‘Arthur’)”

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“We were very surprised how ‘tame’ he became”

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3/25/2015

Digitally-Controlled Interactive Installation of 2,300 Living Flowers By TeamLab

Comprised of more than 2,300 flowers, this interactive and exquisite installation of blossoming vegetation is a great effort of TeamLab, a Japanese art collective of “ultra-technologists.” With an infinite number of living flowers, the ‘Floating Flower Garden’ is a part of a large-scale exhibition currently on display in Tokyo.

The flowers are growing more beautiful with every passing day, and the most striking thing about these followers is when a visitor enters the flower-filled space the beautiful blossoms close to the viewer rises upwards all at once, thus creating hemispherical space surrounding them.


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3/24/2015

Stunning Portraits of Reindeer People Living In Mongolia

Photographer and scholar Hamid Sardar-Afkhami has captured some stunning portraits of nomadic tribes in northern Mongolia. With a Ph. D. from Harvard, Sardar is a scholar in Mongolian and Tibetan languages and probably the best person to document the unique life of the Dukha people who depends on herds of migrating reindeer for their existence.

The population of Dukha people now remains to only 44 families or between 200 and 400 individuals. According to estimates there were about 2,000 reindeer in In the 1970s, the number has dwindled to only 600 now. The Dukha people use reindeer for various purposes including riding, breeding, milk, cheese and also for hunting. Just take a look on the magical life of Dukha or reindeer people in the pictures below:

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3/23/2015

Incredibly Surreal Sculptures by Ellen Jewett

Meet Canadian sculptor and artist Ellen Jewett, who have incredible talent to create fantastical clay sculptures that are perfect blend of plants, animals, and man-made structures. These stunning creatures refers as “natural history surrealist sculpture,” shows her deep knowledge in anthropology, medical illustration, exotic animal care, and stop motion animation as well.

The most striking thing about Jewett work is that she avoids any toxic material in constructing her sculptures. Explaining in his words:
“Each sculpture is constructed using an additive technique, layered from inside to out by an accumulation of innumerable tiny components.”

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3/21/2015

20 of The Most Adorable Miniature Crochet Animals Ever Created

Su Ami is not the name of a single person or artist behind these adorable miniature animals. In fact they are a whole family of five artists from Vietnam who loves to create surprisingly tiny and cute miniature animals that can easily fit on your fingertips.

These creative artists run an Etsy shop with the name Su Ami where they sell some of the most adorable little crocheted creatures we have ever seen. Here you can find hundreds of little creatures including owls, turtles, whales and unicorns. Below we are going to share with you some of our favorite.

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