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The 2018 World Dog Surfing Championship Just Took Place In California And The Photos Are Perfect

Surf's Up! 

Enjoy these photos of dogs and their humans participating in the 10th annual surf dog contest in Huntington Beach, California. The canine competitors competed for numerous titles, including special achievement awards such as "WDSC Spirit of Surfing Award" and the "WDSC Shredder of the Year Award." They are all true champs!


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Meet The Beautiful Cats Of Venice

Venice in Italy has plenty of places where the most beautiful cats pose against a backdrop of picturesque alleys and canals. You just have to know where to find them. One of these wonderful spots is Ponte Storto, where you'll meet the three Maine Coon cats Sadhna, Felix, and Rudolf.  "They truly own the place," says Marianna Zampieri, who photographed these animals for Cats in Venice, a project that denotes the feline heritage of the city through pictures and stories that link individual cats to places where it is easy to find them. "They are perfect models, spoiled by passersby and never in need of cuddles. They only add to the beauty of Ponte Storto." Via: Traveling Cats

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You Can Now Turn Your Pet Into a Masterpiece

Wild Master Piece company offers to create a unique portrait of your pet, using a selected landscapes as a background. Check out some of of this digital art.    

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Flying Peacocks Totally Look Like Mythical Creatures

The peacock is the stylish of birds. After all, they do have over 200 colorful elongated feathers that attract not just their potential partners, but many people's attention and cameras, too. Few people get a chance to see these birds off a ground, but they can, indeed, fly. Though usually peacocks do that in case of danger, rather than pleasure. When predators appear, birds start running and flutter into the air. Surprisingly, the long feathers don't affect their take-offs. The distance might be limited, but they can speed up to 16 km/h (10 mph)!

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