A Japanese architect was given 2 specific instructions for building this house: It had to contain a garage with enough place for 9 cars and the possibility of viewing one of them directly in the living room. A tall tree had to fit in the house. That was not an easy job as architect Takuya Tsuchida only disposed of 2000 square feet, but he managed to satisfy his client. To do so, he built a 2-storey building with basement and an elevator to move a car from the garage to the living room. I don’t know what’s the most interesting part, the house itself or all the cars (including a Lamborghini Countach) in the garage?
Dolphins are smart, talented creatures,no doubt about that, but I had no ides painting was one of their skills. Xiaoqiang, a dolphin from Qingdao, in China’s Shandong Province has learned to paint, under the guidance of his trainer. Looking at his work, I’d say he still has a long way to go before becoming the second Rembrandt, but he’s well on his way. Surprisingly enough, Xiaoqiang is not the world’s first painting mammal, the painting elephants of Thailand and Cholla the painting horse have been doing it for years.
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