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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

Five most incredible animal prosthetics

 Singh: Molly, the Pony With A Prosthetic Leg Molly walked out of the clinic under her own steam with the help of her artificial limb, and is now an inspiration for children… and horses around the world. Medical science has advanced to the heights, which no one would have ever imagined in previous decades. For instance, prosthetic limbs have given an opportunity of living a normal life to those people who have lost their body parts because of accidents or diseases. Not only humans, even animals were able to get a new life because of these artificial limbs. Here is a list of five most incredible animal prosthetics. 1. Dolphin having a rubber tail Fuji, the Dolphin with a Rubber Tail With the help of her rubber tail fin, Fuji is now able to swim almost as well as an intact dolphin. This dolphin named Fuji, living in an aquarium in Okinawa, has been the center of attraction for decades. Especially, the children visiting this aquarium have been very much enthusiastic about seei

Five creative steampunk keyboard mods

Dattatreya Mandal: The Sojourner Keyboard Crafted in polished brass and then adroitly given a worn-out look Over the years artists, writers (and modders) have painstakingly tried to emulate that by-gone, quaint epoch where brass studded contraptions jingled with steam powered devices. And now some of the ingenious people among us have tried to channel all those quaint yet appealing 19th century idiosyncrasies into the domain of our ever trusty computers and their related peripherals. Have they succeeded? Certainly so in our book. So without further ado, let us check out the 5 amazingly creative steampunk keyboard mods ever designed by such innovative individuals. 1. Paradox Keyboard Paradox Keyboard The designer's very first Steampunk keyboard project. According to sources, creator Paradox Tentacles is fond of two things - mini keyboards (without the right extending numpad) and the antique furniture that adorns his dwelling. So, in a natural way he has combined both the