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British wildlife photographer Alex Mustard has travelled the world snapping pictures of the weird and wonderful creatures found beneath the sea, from the denizens of the deep who never see light of day, to the strange sea life that populates the wider ocean. A paddle-flap scorpionfish (Rhinopias eschmeyeri) on rubble slope (Bitung, North Sulawesi, Indonesia) Picture: Alex Mustard/NPL/REX

Under the sea: The weird and wonderful creatures from the bottom of the ocean

British wildlife photographer Alex Mustard has travelled the world snapping pictures of the weird and wonderful creatures found beneath the sea, from the denizens of the deep who never see light of day, to the strange sea life that populates the wider ocean. A paddle-flap scorpionfish (Rhinopias eschmeyeri) on rubble slope (Bitung, North Sulawesi, Indonesia) Picture: Alex Mustard/NPL/REX

Paris may be known for its high fashion and art museums, but it's also a place where you can stumble on the wonderfully weird and eccentric. See our list of the top weirdest shops in: Deyrolle: Serving Up Strange Since 1831

9 of the Weirdest Shops in Paris: From Curiosity Cabinets to Rat Catchers

Paris may be known for its high fashion and art museums, but it's also a place where you can stumble on the wonderfully weird and eccentric. See our list of the top weirdest shops in: Deyrolle: Serving Up Strange Since 1831

Fun Times with the Strange, Weird, and Unusual

Fun Times with the Strange, Weird, and Unusual

Paris may be known for its high fashion and art museums, but it's also a place where you can stumble on the wonderfully weird and eccentric. See our list of the top weirdest shops in: Searching For Strange in Paris?Deyrolle: Serving Up Strange Since 1831L'Objet qui parle: Paris' weirdest vintage shop?Aurouze Deratisation: Grotesque Displays Since 1925Hygiene Premium: Old-Fashioned ExterminatorComptoir General: Bar, Curiosity Cabinet, and MoreNature et Passion: Butterflies and Beetles, Oh…

9 of the Weirdest Shops in Paris: From Curiosity Cabinets to Rat Catchers

Paris may be known for its high fashion and art museums, but it's also a place where you can stumble on the wonderfully weird and eccentric. See our list of the top weirdest shops in: Searching For Strange in Paris?Deyrolle: Serving Up Strange Since 1831L'Objet qui parle: Paris' weirdest vintage shop?Aurouze Deratisation: Grotesque Displays Since 1925Hygiene Premium: Old-Fashioned ExterminatorComptoir General: Bar, Curiosity Cabinet, and MoreNature et Passion: Butterflies and Beetles, Oh…

9 of the Weirdest Shops in Paris: From Curiosity Cabinets to Rat Catchers: Searching For Strange in Paris?

9 of the Weirdest Shops in Paris: From Curiosity Cabinets to Rat Catchers

9 of the Weirdest Shops in Paris: From Curiosity Cabinets to Rat Catchers: Searching For Strange in Paris?

Alex, Katelyn and Tony are “The Strange Investigators” Their small company is designed to investigate the paranormal, the weird and the unexplainable. Struggling financially, and on the verge of having to go back to their day jobs, Alex reluctantly takes on “The Snake Job”- a seemingly simple job that Alex hopes will put them on the path to fame...

Alex, Katelyn and Tony are “The Strange Investigators” Their small company is designed to investigate the paranormal, the weird and the unexplainable. Struggling financially, and on the verge of having to go back to their day jobs, Alex reluctantly takes on “The Snake Job”- a seemingly simple job that Alex hopes will put them on the path to fame...

If you’ve only just arrived in The Netherlands or been in the country for a while there are a lot of strange Dutch habits and traditions to discover. Here are just nineteen of the weird things the …

If you’ve only just arrived in The Netherlands or been in the country for a while there are a lot of strange Dutch habits and traditions to discover. Here are just nineteen of the weird things the …

In 18th and 19th Century Scotland, families placed a piece of bread on the breasts of their dying loved ones. That’s not the strange part — the families then hired someone to eat the bread, believing that the practice would somehow absolve the sins of the deceased. Where did this strange ritual come from? And what sort of people worked as Sin Eaters?

The Weird but True History of Sin Eaters

In 18th and 19th Century Scotland, families placed a piece of bread on the breasts of their dying loved ones. That’s not the strange part — the families then hired someone to eat the bread, believing that the practice would somehow absolve the sins of the deceased. Where did this strange ritual come from? And what sort of people worked as Sin Eaters?

Paris may be known for its high fashion and art museums, but it's also a place where you can stumble on the wonderfully weird and eccentric. See our list of the top weirdest shops in

9 of the Weirdest Shops in Paris: From Curiosity Cabinets to Rat Catchers

Paris may be known for its high fashion and art museums, but it's also a place where you can stumble on the wonderfully weird and eccentric. See our list of the top weirdest shops in

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