Herd of Daredevil Goats Climbs 160-Foot-Tall, Near-Vertical Dam

Proving once again that goats are friggin' crazy, a herd of Alpine ibex was seen wandering across the face of a 160-foot-high, near-vertical dam in northern Italy. Typically found in very steep and rocky terrain, at altitudes of up to 15,000 feet, the gravity-defying, wild goats have no fear of falling whether they're climbing up or down the 160-foot-tall dam wall. The Alpine ibex lives in the...

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WTF, Vegetarians? Festival Attendees Pierce Their Cheeks With Toy Guns

Devotees of the Chinese Bank Neow Shrine stick toy guns through their cheeks while taking part in a procession through the streets of the southern Thai town of Phuket to mark the annual Vegetarian Festival. The festival begins on the first evening of the ninth lunar month and lasts for nine days, with many religious devotees slashing themselves with swords, piercing their cheeks with sharp...

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6-Legged Freakshow Supertoad Has Extra Spring in Step

Be it a two-headed calf or a six-legged toad, we can't help but welcome mutant creatures with our measly two open arms. Same went for a Wang An, a villager in China who found this six-legged amphibian on his porch. Wang was closing his front door when the toad leaped toward him with such a spring that it almost reached his face. Not sure what will pop up next but if any of you see a flying,...

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Is Real-Life Pac-Man Awesome or Terrifying?

Every wondered what Pac-Man would look like in real life? Neither did we. That didn't stop artist Jaime Margary from creating a detailed model of what he thinks the cult character would look like if found in the wild. He jokingly calls it Pakku Rotundus. P. Rotundus is the first in a series of works called "8-Bit Labs," which feature creatures based on classic video game characters stored in...

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Meet the Babes of NYC Comic-Con 2010

Ladies were out in their finest fishnets and yellow spandex this weekend for NYC Comic-Con 2010 reaffirming once again that NYC rules when it comes to comic book conventions. We couldn't help but risk sending our photographers into the line of fire. You're welcome. Check out the photos below. ...

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Sexy Calendar Dresses Farm Girls As Lara Croft, Catwoman

What's hotter than farm girls? Lara Croft. What's hotter than Lara Croft? Farm girls dressed like Lara Croft. Lucky for us, the Austrian Young Farmers Association put together a calendar for charity that brings us just that. The girls -- all from farming families -- were picked from hundreds of entries for the calendar, which takes inspiration from women in classic movies, such as Marilyn...

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11 Real-Life WTF Smoking Cases That Just Ain't Right

A man from Wuchang, in central China's Hubei province, was recently accused of animal abuse after teaching his puppy to smoke. Zeng Ziguang, 23, a chef in a local restaurant, slowly trained his puppy, Little Black, to like cigarettes by blowing the smoke into his face. He would reward the dog with food for putting the lit cigarette into his mouth. Local residents have condemned Zeng's behavior...

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Surfing Dog Competition Ruins Non-Surfing Dogs Forever

While you were home polishing your guns in preparation for the "Boardwalk Empire" premiere, furry, four-legged surfers were out hangin' 20 during the Second Annual Surf City Surf Dog competition. Mutts of all shapes and sizes busted out their duck boards and floatees for a ride on the waves of Huntington Beach, CA, in an effort to raise money for various charities. Check out the life-changing...

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Glider Pilot Survives After High-Speed Wreck

A pilot miraculously survived his S-1 Swift G-IZII glider crashing into a runway at high speed. Mike Newman, 35, suffered three broken vertebrae in the accident, but is expected to make a full recovery. The former race-car driver was performing at the Royal Air Forces Association airshow last month at Shoreham in West Sussex, U.K., when things went wrong. We wish Mike a speedy recovery....

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Qatar 2022 World Cup Bid Unveils Solar-Powered Stadiums

Forget this past summer's World Cup. Nations are already competing for one that starts in 12 years. Qatar unveiled plans involving stadiums that will not only cost $4 billion to build, they will include a cooling system that ensures temperatures on the field and in the stands remains below 81 degrees Fahrenheit. Qatar also showcased its plans to spend $42.9 billion on infrastructure projects to...

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