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Via: NBC News
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To celebrate Guinness World Records Day, this happened.

The tallest man in the world, Sultan Kosen (8 feet, 3 inches) met the shortest man in the world, Chandra Bahadur Dangi (21.5 inches) in London.

Meanwhile, in NBC studios in New York, Al Roker is livestreaming his bathroom breaks, er, trying to break the world record for longest weather forecast.

Who Would Have Thought a Canadian Woman and a Squirrel Would Capture a Flawless Selfie?
Via: NY Daily News
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Stacey Wallace, 28, from Vancouver, took this amazing selfie at Lightning Lake in British Columbia's Manning Park.

"In order to get the selfie I laid on the ground meters away from the squirrel and slowly crawled towards him until I got close enough so that we were both in the shot. I took all the photos with my iPhone front camera.

I also coerced it with raw nuts to come out of his hole. You can see the nut sitting in front of his face.

The little guy also allowed me to hold it. It's actually a ground squirrel I think. But they burrow in holes so that's more like a gopher."



Congrats Stacey, your perfect selfie is perfect.

Controversial Photo of the Day: Chelsea Handler’s Topless Putin Photo Sparks Instagram War
Via: Entertainment Tonight
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Chelsea Handler repeatedly posted a topless photo of herself riding a horse to Instagram Thursday night, mimicking the classic shirtless Vladimir Putin shot.

But Instagram, citing its Community Guidelines, repeatedly removed the photo.

Needless to say, she was not happy, accusing Instagram of sexism.

"Taking this down is sexist. I have every right to prove I have a better body than Putin." She wrote on her account.

So who wore it better? Handler or Putin?

Via: Max Ellis
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British photographer Max Ellis tricks squirrels into posing and interacting with various props by encouraging them with carefully placed treats.

Via: Today
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No this isn't photoshopped, just a perfect day for a wedding.

A couple in Idaho was fortunate enough to have this heart-shaped cloud formation as the backdrop during their ceremony. And just in time too, as it reportedly rained during the reception.