Have any idea what in the world this is? While it kind of looks like a blob of blueberry muffin batter that went wrong, it's actually a mushroom. Called the bleeding tooth fungus, the fascinating piece of nature is found in certain parts of
The world isn’t short of beautiful, bizarre and downright surreal pregnancy and postpartum photo shoots.But 33-year-old mum-of-three Emily Mueller’s tops them all for featuring 20,000 bees.A full-time beekeeper who keeps 24 hives containing around 1.2 millions bees, Mueller says she’s been stung a whopping 350 times this year alone – but this didn’t stop her getting the honey bees to settle on her stomach in celebration of her fourth pregnancy.Despite being stung three times in the process, she says the end result was worth it.“A lot of people think I’m insane but I’m so comfortable with bees so it was never something I had anxiety about,” she said.“I wore a dress that was long and covered my stomach and legs so the bees would be on the outside of my body as a precautionary measure, but I knew it was safe.”Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:People love Game of Thrones so much they’re naming babies after the charactersFitness model flaunts abs at six months pregnant, sparks controversyAirline shamed for making prospective employees take a pregnancy test
All images via Instagram/rit.kitLots of tattoos are inspired by nature – but these ones by Kiev-based tattoo artist Rita “Rit Kit” Zolotukhina are literally made from it.ALSO SEE: Tattoo artist gives sick kids awesome airbrushed tattoosInstead of using a typical stencil to mark designs on the skin, Zolotukhina dips flowers, twigs, leaves and stems into ink and then presses them onto the skin, creating unique impressions that she then tattoos over. The result is a truly one-of-a-kind organic design that celebrates the beauty of nature. Click through the gallery above and let us know what you think by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
Scientists say such a personality profile could help explain the higher rates of career and relationship difficulties experienced by this group in later life. The study, by the University of Warwick, followed 200 German adults born between 1985 and 1986 either very prematurely or with a birthweight below 1.5kg (3lb 5oz). Researchers also studied the personality traits of a similar number of adults who were born at full term and with a normal weight. The study found that adults who had been born very prematurely and underweight scored significantly higher on all but two of the personality traits - conscientiousness and openness.