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Via: CBS News
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Dolls—they're not only for girls!

In a first for toy company Mattel, a advertisement for a new Barbie features a boy.

The limited edition Moschino Barbie is outfitted in the fashion design house's clothes, and is a parody of an ad that ran in the 1980s. The young boy, who proclaims the doll "So fierce!" represents American fashion designer Jeremy Scott.

Scott told CBS News why a boy was chosen for the ad:

"When I dreamed up the concept for the Moschino Barbie fauxmercial, I felt it was natural to have a little boy representing for all the little boys like myself who played with Barbies growing up," Scott said in an emailed statement. "Barbie was more than a toy -- she was a muse!"

Boy or girl, Moschino Barbie ain't cheap. The fabulous dolls are going for $250+ on eBay.

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This horse has made great progress in overcoming his fear of water.

Magic didn't want to have anything to do with that stream until his owner showed him that it was safe.

Now he just can't get enough.

There's a "you can bring a horse to water" joke in here somewhere.

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Over 28 years of melting glaciers, depleted forests and expanding cities are shown in this Google time lapse project.

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