13. Venus, the two-faced cat.
It’s all in the genes, my friend. Venus’s rare, dual tone has even scientists fumbling for an explanation!
14. This isn’t a man looking for an interesting way to die: it’s actually a stunt being carried out on a boat. Don’t worry; it’s meant to be on its side like that.
This picture shows Alex Thomson performing what he calls the ‘keel walk’ – a stunt made famous in the sailing world thanks to this picture.
15. This is an art installation in New Zealand.
This wonderful work of art, located in New Zealand on “The Farm” is the genius creation of Neil Dawson, who named it “Horizons”.
16. Diving Horse at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City.
The Diving Horse at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City, NJ was something of a major attraction back in the ’50s through to the ’70s, and basically involved a horse diving into a pool from heights of up to 60 feet, with a pretty young woman in swimming attire seated atop it.