Irish road policemen detained a flying saucer

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Police officers from the Irish town of Gori after a short chase detained flying saucer, moving on a road. The vehicle was equipped with lasers, smoke and strobe gun, and built on the basis of two electric scooters. Cops have studied him, and sent home.

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Today’s fashion designers with their crazy outfits haute couture

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Today’s fashion designers with their crazy outfits haute couture, are still very far from traditional African costumes. Mad vestments of African aborigines gathered in a bunch of photographes by Filiss Galembo.

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Men’s den on wheels with its own water supply for the outdoor life

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Company ESCAPEHomes, specializing in mobile homes, has released an incredibly cool mobile home which is a real man’s den. House is equipped with its own water supply, so during a outdoor life you do not feel any discomfort. The house has a huge bed, a steep telly and even a small guitar amp. All this pleasure will cost you about 40 000 dollars.

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The century old oak in a dovecote

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In the old days, the possession of a dovecote was a symbol of status and power, and only the nobles had the privilege of owning one.

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Tawny Frogmouth – funniest of all the birds that you’ve ever seen

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Gray-brown Tawny Frogmouth who live in Australia, have huge wide beaks that allow unmistakably to identify them, although this does not prevent many people to confuse them with owls. Their giant mouths and fluffiness make them look like little chickens. But these guys are not only cute, but also useful, because they are one of the active forms of pest control in Australia. They love to eat mosquitoes, flies, moths, beetles, worms and other insects and parasites.

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