Unbelievable Photos That Are Not Photoshopped

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10. Angles are everything!

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  • This beekeeper is actually covered in 331,000 bees. Bee-lieve it!
  • Sinkholes are real and terrifying! This particular sinkhole was found in Guatemala City in 2010. It was 18m (60ft) wide, and 60m (200ft) deep.
  • Just a fluffy sheep dog jumping over a hurdle.
  • Fish with human-like teeth.
  • For some reason, these sports spectators decided to put watermelons on their heads.
  • These wavunbelievable, photo, pics, pic, photos, not, photoshopped, people, animals, places, 2012, reale rock formations are located near the Utah-Arizona state lines.
  • Steve Richards may have adjusted the saturation in this image, but this place really exists!
  • Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer are actually playing tennis on a water court.
  • Nobody knows the reason why this squirrel is purple, but it was found in a Pennsylvania backyard in February of 2012.
  • This cat is really this fat, and he really needs a home.
  • If you are rich, you can inscribe your name on anything! Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan Al Nahyan is a billionaire and part of the Abu Dhabi royal family. He decided to inscribe his name permanently onto his private island. You can see for yourself on Google Maps.
  • Angles are everything!
  • Sheep ambushes can really happen to you.
  • Lurch is a Watusi Bull and the proud owner of the world s largest horns.
  • The Southern Sky Columnis located in the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in China. It s nickname is Avatar Hallelujah Mountain after the floating mountains in the sci-fi movie.
  • Two-faced cat!
  • Railroad track damage from the Canterbury Earthquake in 2010.
  • This Bairdís Tapir is just showing the flexibility of his nose.
  • This picture was taken by Eric Nguyen in Kansas.
  • Spanish photographer Chema Madoz uses film in all of his projects. None of his photos are altered with Photoshop.
  • And now for a real two-faced cat! Frank and Louie just turned 12 years old and is the world s oldest two-faced cat.
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