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It's a weird world 39

It's a weird world 39
Enya Kim from the Natural History department at auctioneers Bonhams & Butterfields stands in front of one of the world's largest set of shark jaws comprised of about 180 fossil teeth from the prehistoric species, Carcharocles megalodon, which grew to the size of a school bus, at the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino last month in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Getty Images)
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379 people, some dressed as robots, smash the offical Guinness World Record attempt for robot dancing at the University of Melbourne, last month, breaking the previous record of 279 people set by the University of Kent in England. The robotic macarena was organised by Robogals, a non-profit group of young engineering undergraduates teaching robotics to schoolgirls to lift the profile of science in schools.(Getty Images)
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Children look at a puppet in a street of the city of Charleville-Mezieres, north-eastern France, last month during the 15th edition of the World Festival of Puppet. (Getty Images)
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Two RAAF F-111's performs a 'Dump and Burn' at the eighth annual Defence Force Air Show at The Strand last month in Townsville, Australia. Today's event culminated in a torch demonstration by the F-111 aircraft, one of the last such demonstrations in the world as the F-111 - the only aircraft with this capability - is scheduled to be retired from the RAAF at the beginning of 2010. (Getty Images)
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Former Australian Test cricketer Glenn McGrath (L) and South Korean consul general Kim Woong-nam (R) unveil the world's first scented car tyres in Sydney last month. The Aroma Technology tyre by South Korean tyremaker Kumho gives off a lavender scent when the rubber compound is warmed up by road friction and can be smelt within a 10-metre radius of the vehicle. (Getty Images)