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Smithsonian's Museum of Natural History set to launch exhibit connecting people and nature

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC will open its “Our Places: Connecting People and Nature” exhibit on July 1. “Our Places” is meant to be hands-on and to drive home the point that not only is nature all around us but we are connected to it in countless ways, even in the middle of an urban area like DC, the museum’s website explains.
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This is the terrifying view you’d see just before being eaten by a shark

Terrifying photos show the bone-chilling view you’ll be met with if you’re ever unfortunate enough to be eaten by a shark. Photographer Euan Rannachan took the photos about 130 miles off the coast of Baja California and says he wasn’t fazed by the sea creatures. “Never once have I felt scared in the cage,” he said. “Once you are in the water with these animals, it’s easy to show just how peaceful it is, and not scary at all.” Rannachan snaps the photos from a shark cage, allowing him to get up close and personal with the animals. The 1975 film “Jaws” made great white sharks the fear of most people who dared...
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Artist Angela Santana Wants to Change the Way We See the Female Form

Growing up in Switzerland, artist Angela Santana found herself inspired by the vast landscapes of the country and the constant stream of art and culture. After studying art and art history for multiple years and experiencing the different creative languages of Paris and London, Santana moved to New York to focus on her craft. Drawing inspiration from the female form and its many different perceptions, the artist seeks to challenge the way we see the body for the better. “I learned to paint the image of the female form from an early age not in the image I imagined to be my own, but in the image of others before me,” Santana told Hypebae.
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