Crazy yet amazing photos

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
A macaque monkey with its baby hangs upside down as they drink water from a pond at the Swayambhunath Stupa area in Kathmandu on June 12, 2012. The Stupa, located west of the city, is among the oldest religious sites in Nepal.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
A pigeon rests in the 16-foot long dreadlocks of Hindu saddhu (holy man) Sukhdev Baba Santi on the eve of the Ambubachi Mela at Kamakhya Temple in Guwahati on June 21, 2012. Thousands of Sadhus visit the temple during the annual Ambubachi festival which marks the menstrual period of Hindu Goddess Kamakhya, which according to traditional belief marks a period of fertility.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
Model Anna poses at Checkpoint Charlie, a historic site and former border crossing in Berlin for underwear fashion magazin “Sous” on June 12,2012. The magazin currently produces shootings throughout various places in the German capital.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
Tourists look at street artists performing a Fakir style act near the Puerta del Sol square in Madrid on June 26, 2012.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
In this image provided by the Purina, Todd Murnan and his dog Big Air Bella perform at the Purina Pro Plan Incredible Dog Challenge in Del Mar, California, June 9, 2012. The premier canine sporting event features dogs competing in a variety of events including dog surfing, dog diving, freestyle flying disc, head-to-head weave poles, Jack Russell hurdle racing and agility.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
German bike designer Dieter Senft sits with Emilia and Wiolenta from Poland on his selfmade tricycle that rolls on 100 footballs. Senft invented 5 bicycles and are seen in the exhibition until November in the city Pudagla.

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US artist Jeff Koons’ sculpture “Woman in tub” is photgraphed at the Liebighaus Skulpturen Sammlung during the opening of the exhibition “Jeff Koons – The Painter & The Sculptor” taking place both at the Liebighaus Skulpturen Sammlung and the Schirn Kunsthalle in the central German city of Frankfurt am Main, Germany, on June 19, 2012. The exhibition starts June 20 and will run till September 23, 2012.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo kicks the ball in front of Czech Republic’s Michal Kadlec (R) during their Euro 2012 quarter-final soccer match at the National stadium in Warsaw June 21, 2012. Picture taken June 21, 2012.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
An X-ray showing a spear that has pierced through the head of 16-year-old Yasser Lopez is seen in this handout photo from Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida provided to Reuters June 19, 2012. Lopez was spear fishing with a friend when he was accidentally shot in the head. The spear entered just above his right eye, and penetrated through his brain to the back of his skull. Miraculously, no vital brain structures were damaged by the harpoon, and Lopez is now recovering from the incident.

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Porn actresses with body paint football jerseys take part in a fun soccer match of Germany vs Denmark on June 16, 2012 in Berlin, one day before the Euro 2012 football championship’s match Germany vs Denmark to take place in Lviv, Ukraine. In the fun match, the girls of Denmark won 13-1.

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An employee of the Niessing jewellery manufacturer lays her hand on the hand of Turkish Sultan Kosen, the Guinness World Record holder for tallest living male at 2.51 meters, at the company’s workshop in Vreden, western Germany, where Kosen was given a ring custom-made for his hand on June 12, 2012. During his first visiti to Germany, Kosen said that he recently found a girlfriend.

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The PlanetSolar boat, the first solar-powered boat to travel around the world, is anchored at Barcelona’s harbour on June 17, 2012. The 31m by 15m white catamaran was unveiled to the world in 2010 and will embark on a Meditarranean tour in June 20 to promote solar energy for pollution-free shipping. The Swiss-flagged boat, which was built in Germany is topped by 500 square metres of black solar panels, with a bright white cockpit sticking up in the centre.

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David Therrien gets stabbed by the Devil in the men’s 5000 metre devil’s run at the Donovan Bailey Invitational track and field meet in Edmonton, Alberta June 16, 2012. During the devil’s run, the man in the last place on each lap can be caught by the devil, and if he is stabbed, he is out of the race.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
This handout picture made available by the Serengeti Park on June 25, 2012 shows Nelly the elephant kicking the ball in the Italian goal at the Serengeti-Park in the northern German city of Hodenhagen. Nelly already predicted the previous German matches correctly

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
The sculpture “Michael jackson and Bubbles” of US artist Jeff Koons is seen at the Liebighaus Skulpturen Sammlung during the opening of the exhibition “Jeff Koons – The Painter & The Sculptor” taking place both at the Liebighaus Skulpturen Sammlung and the Schirn Kunsthalle iin the central German city of Frankfurt am Main, Germany, on June 19, 2012. The exhibition starts June 20 and will run till September 23, 2012

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
Porn actresses with body paint football jerseys in the colors of Germany poses as they take part in a fun soccer match of Germany vs Denmark on June 16, 2012 in Berlin, one day before the Euro 2012 football championship’s match Germany vs Denmark to take place in Lviv, Ukraine. In the fun match, the girls of Denmark won 13-1.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
A girl looks at a coffee grain-made paint, challenging for a Guinness book record, in central Moscow on June 26, 2012. One painter and his five assistances made a 30 square meters paint within twelve days.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
Is that all you got? – A jaguar cub bats at his full grown mother playfully while she stands protectively over him on June 20, 2012 at the San Diego Zoo in San Diego, California. The mother jaguar, named Nindiri, brought her two cubs out of their den June 19th. For the last two months, the young cubs, who were born April 26, have been living in the cave area at the Harry and Grace Steele Elephant Odyssey Exhibit that serves as their den. The move to an outdoor area is a big one for the little jaguars. They are taking their time, getting comfortable with the new smells and sounds as they carefully venture out. Although this youngster may look adorable, jaguars can range from 70 to 249 pounds. Jaguars are the largest cat in the Western Hemisphere and the third largest of the world’s cats. The South American native word for jaguar, yaguara, means “animal that kills in a single bound.”

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Paralympic archer Matt Stutzman uses his feet to hold and aim his bow while demonstrating his archery technique in New York June 13, 2012. Stutzman, who was born without arms, will be representing the U.S. in the upcoming 2012 Paralympic Games in London.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
Hungarian Istvan Puskas poses with his wooden chopper in Tiszaors, 161km (100 miles) east of Budapest, June 14, 2012. Puskas, a 52-year-old tractor driver, built his bike in two years from firewood.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
Men jump into the sea from a tiny island just off the coast of the port city of Sidon in southern Lebanon June 17, 2012.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
South Korean Marine Corps’ amphibious vehicles take part in a landing operation in the sea off Taean, about 170 kms southwest of Seoul, on June 25, 2012. The exercise was timed to mark the 62nd anniversary of the start of the Korean War on June 25.

Editor's pick - Crazy yet amazing photos
A picture taken on June 18, 2012 shows the work made with wrought iron and jasmine plants, “Pavillon é”, by Portuguese contemporary art painter Joana Vasconcelos, outside the Palace of Versailles, during a press visit of the exhibition “Joana Vasconcelos Versailles”, running from June 19 to September 30, 2012. Vasconcelos will be the first woman and the youngest artist to show her work in the setting of Versailles.

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