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    What an igloo looks like when you light a fire.
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    Not sure where, maybe Namibia.
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    The Heart of Voh, New Caledonia, an overseas territory of France.
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    The true size of David by Michelangelo.

    One tends to forget that the statue is over 5m tall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hedgehog View Post
    The angle of that cannon ball's trajectory through the cuirass is quite interesting... He would have had to be higher than the cannon, or upside down...
    I understand it was common practice to "skip" cannonballs through columns of infantry. Columns were a common attack formation for several nations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Connan View Post
    I understand it was common practice to "skip" cannonballs through columns of infantry. Columns were a common attack formation for several nations.
    Interesting, so I did some research https://ageofrevolution.org/200-obje...d-at-waterloo/
    sounds like it was a brutal battle for both man and animal.
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    Who else would live here? I know I would...at the drop of a hat.....

    Warnscale bothy, Buttermere lake, Honister Pass, Lake District, Northern England

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    Keep your moustache dry with a moustache cup, invented by a British potter back in the 1860's.
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    Who else would live here? I know I would...at the drop of a hat.....

    Warnscale bothy, Buttermere lake, Honister Pass, Lake District, Northern England

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    A rare Arctic Ribbon seal.
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    A rare Arctic Ribbon seal.
    Looks like a portable pedestrian crossing.
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    Some serious camouflage.
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    Sand pattern made by male puffer fish to attract mates.
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    Puffer fish are desperate

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    Quote Originally Posted by avk View Post
    Who else would live here? I know I would...at the drop of a hat.....

    Warnscale bothy, Buttermere lake, Honister Pass, Lake District, Northern England
    Only in summer though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JacquesJeep View Post
    Puffer fish are desperate
    Or have too much time on their 'hands'

    But still a really intricate pattern, considering it is done underwater, in sand by a fish.
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    Puffer fish are desperate
    no matter where you are one on the evolutionary chain, nookie is nookie
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