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PHOTOS: Incredibly odd world we live in!

March 25, 2015 10:05 IST

10 images that prove it’s a odd, odd world.


A model presents a creation by designer Takafumi Tsuruta from his Autumn/Winter 2015/2016 collection for his brand tenbo during Tokyo Fashion Week. Photograph: Yuya Shino/Reuters


A cat named Pouce takes part in the annual St Patrick’s Day Parade in Montreal. The parade was originally supposed to take place last weekend but was rescheduled due to the annual anti-police brutality demonstration that takes place every March 15. Photograph: Christinne Muschi/Reuters


Icelandic singer Bjork performs during a concert at the Kings Theater in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters


People pick up catfish which have fallen from a truck on a street in Kaili, Guizhou province. The door of a truck carrying 6,800 kg of catfish was opened by accident as it travelled along a street in Kaili on Wednesday. With the help of local firefighters and residents, most of the fish were cleared up in about two hours, local media reported. Photograph: Stringer/Reuters


Women with faces covered in coloured powder smile as they celebrate the spring festival in Baghdad. Photograph: Ahmad Mousa/Reuters


Couples in their underwear get ready to ride a roller coster as part of their group wedding ceremony at an amusement park in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. A total of 10 couples participated in the group wedding ceremony on Sunday, which was an event organized by the amusement park for the first time. Photograph: William Hong/Reuters


Scrapped vehicles are piled up at a parking lot used as a scrapyard in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. Photograph: China Daily/Reuters


Jordanian Maysoon al-Badawi feeds her cats at her home in Amman. Badawi began taking care of street cats 19 years ago, after witnessing a neighbour throwing a cat and its kittens from a high place. She is currently taking care of about 100 cats, providing them with food and medical treatment before putting them up for adoption, charging $50 for each cat to cover the cost of vaccination. Photograph: Muhammad Hamed/Reuters


A girl plays with coloured chicks for sale prior to Easter celebrations in ByblosPhotograph: Jamal Saidi/Reuters


Israeli illusionist and endurance artist Hezi Dean performs a purported levitation trick in Tel Aviv. Dean began what he calls a ‘24-hour levitation’ on the outside of a Tel Aviv building. Photograph: Baz Ratner/Reuters