- Reuters editors have compiled their oddest pictures of the year collection for 2018, and it’s a sight to behold.
- Some of these mind-boggling photos were taken at the perfect time.
- Others give us a glimpse into some fascinating events happening around the world.
Each year, Reuters editors pick the top odd and unusual photos from the past year.
Their picks include photos that resonated the most with their clients, audience, and across social media, a Reuters representative told INSIDER.
„They’re the images that require not just a double-take, but perhaps a triple or quadruple-take to make sense,“ they said.
Here are Reuters editors‘ picks of the oddest pictures of 2018, as well as some bonus photos INSIDER thought would make you take a closer look.
Ashrita Furman holds more than 600 Guinness World Records — the most held by anyone. He set a new record for slicing the most watermelons in half on his own stomach in one minute when he split 26 of them with a machete. Guinness World Records calls him their „most prolific record-breaker.“
Stuffed frogs — yes, the skin of once-live amphibians — are arranged in a dining scene at the Frog Museum in Estavayer-le-Lac, Switzerland. The museum houses an entire collection of Francois Perrier’s taxidermy frogs portraying scenes of 19th-century everyday life.
Sunlight diffracted through an at-home aquarium lights up a British Blue cat in a Krasnoyarsk, Russia apartment.
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