July 21, 2018

Japanese Artist Crafts Incredibly Realistic Cats Out of Felted Wool

A post shared by 羊毛フェルト🐱わくねこ (@wakuneco) on Jul 19, 2018 at 6:16am PDT The traditional needle felting technique is becoming more and more popular among crafters, with many textile artists using wool’s fuzzy fibers to create charming sculpted creations. One creative to master this craft is Japanese artist Wakuneco, who creates hyper-realistic hand-felted cat faces.

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June 26, 2018

Elusive ‘Wrap-Around Spiders’ Seamlessly Camouflage Into Their Surroundings

Time to add more species to the list of animals who have perfected the art of camouflage. Known as the wrap-around spiders, Dolophones is a genus of spider found primarily in Australia and Oceania. The genus contains 17 species known for their abilities to blend seamlessly into their surroundings during the day by wrapping themselves around twigs or flattening against tree bark.

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