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Weird News Pictures so perfect it's hard to believe they're real

06:25  13 october  2019
06:25  13 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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These pictures appear too unbelievable to not be real - but they are all unedited.

In a gallery put together by Bored Panda, people from across the world shared the near-perfect moments they captured on camera.

The impressive images include a snap which has the four different parts of a landscape perfectly divided by a fence, and a spray of water that looks like an elephant as the animal stands underneath it.

Here, a selection of the best shots...  

Lorry smashes into traffic lights in horror crash with bus in Edinburgh .
Pictures from the scene show a Lothian Bus with its front window smashed and a white van sitting on top of traffic lights. © Danny Fuller The white van rammed through the traffic lights Witness Danny Fuller said the collision was like a scene from "crash bandicoot" as the "van rammed up on the metal railings". He added: "The bus driver was slumped over the steering wheel and was being treated by ambulance staff. "It could have been worse if pedestrians were on the road at the time." Police and ambulance crews remain at the scene.

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