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Indonesian Artist Is Back With Some More Pawsome Photos Of Giant Cats Living Among Us

Have you ever imagined what would the world look like if it was inhabited by kittens the size of a large building? Indonesian artist F. Muafidin is back with some more spectacular photos imagining just that.  

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People Have So Many Feelings And Jokes About This Giant 6-Foot-Tall Australian Cow

Meet Knickers, Australia's biggest cow. He is apparently so big he cannot be slaughtered so is now living out his days as a "leader" for younger cattle in Australia's Southwest. Check out some of the funniest jokes about this giant creature. 

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The Japanese Tradition of Rice Harvest Season Continues With Giant Animal Sculptures Made Of Straw

Autumn is the rice harvest season in Japan. Every year, farmers make sure that the leftover rice straw, known as "wara", does not go to waste. Japanese artist, Niigata, has found a very creative way of using these leftover rice husks by hosting an annual event called "Wara Art Festival". Ever since 2008, the straw has been used as a material to make giant sculptures exhibited at Uwasekigata Park. All of the monuments are handcrafted out of wooden rods that serve as the spine of the sculptures and dried straw molded on the frame. Each handicraft takes about a week to be completed. Via: Design you trust

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Most Patient Pet Owner Takes Giant Turtle Out For Long Walks

urtles have a lot of upsides as pets, such as being quiet and low-maintenance. Of course, they're not perfect animal companions. For example, just think of how much fun dog-owners have taking their pooches for a walk. You can't do that with a turtle, can you? Sure you can, as long as you're not in a hurry, like this resident of Tokyo out for a stroll with his gigantic pet turtle.

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Man Photoshops His Tiny Dog into a Giant Dog And Its So Cool

Vivian the Dog Moves to Brooklyn is a children's book penned by artist Mitch Boyer. Taking inspiration from his own life, the story details the adventure of a massive dachshund relocating to the big city with his owner. Modelling his own pup, Boyer uses photoshop to create the effect of a huge dachshund that is similar size to his owner. Now, Vivian is almost the same height as the six-foot plus Boyer, and the photographs are truly adorable.


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This Guy Turns His Dog Into A Giant In A series Of Hilarious Photos (20 Photos)

Follow Juli's fun adventures as a giant dog in a series of beautiful photos taken by his owner, Christopher Cline. For more photos, check out their Instagram page.

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This Guy Bought A “Tea Cup” Pig Who Turned Into 150 KG Pig

A Thai shop owner was amazed to discover his teacup pig ("Junior") grew up into a regular-sized pig weighing 150kg (330 lbs) only 8 months after he bought it. The owner opened a facebook profile for Junior who now has more than 70,000 followers.

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He is over 100 years old, weighs about 175 pounds, is nearly 35 inches long, five feet tall, and the ladies love him. His name is Diego. Diego the Chelonoidis hoodensis Galapagos giant tortoise.



According to Washington Tapia, a tortoise preservation specialist at Galapagos National Park, Diego "has fathered an estimated 800 offspring, almost single-handedly rebuilding the species' population--and saving it from extinction--on their native island, Espanola, the southernmost in the Galapagos Archipelago."

"Around 50 years ago, there were only two males and 12 females of Diego's species alive on Espanola, and they were too spread out to reproduce."

Six years ago, they did a genetic study and discovered that Diego was the father of nearly 40 percent of the offspring released into the wild on Espanola, thereby doing more parenting than any other turtle to repopulate the species.





"He's a very sexually active male reproducer. He's contributed enormously to repopulating the island," said Tapia.




"Rawr, damn straight," replied Diego.