Incredible pipe cleaner thylacine and other animals

Artist Lauren Ryan creates incredible animal sculptures entirely from pipe cleaners. My favorite is her palm-sized thylacine, a Tasmanian "tiger." The last confirmed thylacine died in 1936 but some crytpozoologists think they may not be extinct after all. Lauren Ryan's "Chenille Stems" (via The Anomalist)


  1. At first, I thought the story was going to be about Felicia, the pipe cleaner at Fermi Lab.

  2. мy ɴeιɢнвor’ѕ нαlғ-ѕιѕтer мαĸeѕ $81/нr oɴ тнe lαpтop. ѕнe нαѕ вeeɴ lαιd oғғ ғor 9 мoɴтнѕ вυт lαѕт мoɴтн нer pαy wαѕ $1418З jυѕт worĸιɴɢ oɴ тнe lαpтop ғor α ғew нoυrѕ. ɢo тo тнιѕ weв ѕιтe αɴd reαd мore Zap2­2­.c­o&shym&shy

  3. To me, a crypto-zoologist is a zoologist who doesn’t want you to know he does zoology…

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