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PHOTOS: The incredibly ODD world we live in

February 12, 2015 09:39 IST
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These 10 images show that we live in a bizarre world


Visitors interact with the ‘Jump In’ installation at the Pearlfisher gallery in west London. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters


A boy rides on a snow wagon towed by a robot dressed as a Teddy bear, which only moves forward by moving its legs, during the Ice and snow carnival at Taoranting park in Beijing.  Photograph: Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters


A reveller from the band Journey Through Yhe Orient parades on stage at the annual Trinidad and Tobago Red Cross Society’s Children’s Carnival Competition at the Queen’s Park Savannah in Port-Of-Spain. Photograph: Andrea De Silva/Reuters


A woman takes a selfie with a sheep at a sheep cafe in Seoul. A growing number of visitors including foreign tourists are coming to the cafe to enjoy the upcoming Year of the Sheep, according to the café’s owner. The Chinese Lunar New Year on February 19 will welcome the Year of the Sheep (also known as the Year of the Goat or Ram). Photograph: Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters


A visitor looks at a newly-built giant statue in the shape of a shark at an aquarium in Handan, Hebei province. The statue is 34-metres-long and 16-metres-tall, according to local media. Photograph: China Daily/Reuters


Cake maker Rosie Dummer puts the finishing touches to a life size cake model of Christian Grey from the book 50 shades of Grey as part of a display entitled ‘Fifty shades of cake’, on the opening day of the Cake International show in Manchester, northern England. Photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters


A carnival parade float satirizing Russia’s President Putin under the motto ‘Problem-Baer’ (Trouble-Bear) is seen in Mainz, Germany. The Mainz Carnival parade will be held on Rose Monday, on February 16, and is known for poking fun at politicians and celebrities. Photograph: Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images


A competitor calls with a shell at the German championships in Deer-Calling at the German championships in Deer-Calling at the ‘Jagd & Hund’ (hunting & dog) exhibition in Dortmund. Competitors use specially designed instruments or ox horns to imitate the mating call of red deers. Photograph: Ina Fassbender/Reuters


Chefs David Sloan and Marky Pierson spread the filling in what they billed as the world’s largest Key lime pie at South Station in Boston, Massachusetts. The chefs say that the pie, eight feet wide and estimated to weigh 1000 pounds, includes the juice of 5760 key limes, 200 pounds of graham crackers and 55 gallons of sweetened condensed milk. Photograph: Brian Snyder/Reuters


Children throw water at people inside an auto-rickshaw taxi on a street during Carnival celebrations in summer at downtown Lima. Peruvians celebrate Carnival on all Sundays of February by throwing water and paint on each other. Photograph: Enrique Castro-Mendivil/Reuters

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