STILL WOOLLY: WOOLLY MAMMOTH FOUND FROZEN IN SIBERIA GOES ON DISPLAY IN TOKYO, THING IS IT’S STILL WOOLLY!

A 39,000-year-old female woolly mammoth, which was found frozen in Siberia in May, is seen here upon its arrival at an exhibition hall in Yokohama, south of Tokyo

Woolly mammoth found frozen in Siberia after 39,000 YEARS goes on display in Tokyo (and it’s still woolly!)

  • Female woolly mammoth was found frozen in a Siberian ice tomb in May
  • The creature will be on display in Tokyo until September
  • Scientists think she got stuck in a swamp and died over 39,000 years ago 
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CLONE FACTORY: JAPANESE BRIDES CLONING THEMSELVES INTO DOLLS USING A SPECIAL 3D PRINTER TO IMMORTALISE THEIR WEDDING DAY

Japanese brides buying £932 3D printed clones so they can be immortalised on their special day

  • Factory in Tokyo uses multiple cameras, computers and printers to clone
  • Process is popular among brides and for remembering occasions
  • Blogger Danny Choo tried and documented the process

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THE AMAZING JAPANESE ARTY LATTE PERFECTED IN 5 MINUTES USING TOOTHPICK AND A SPOON

Coffee sculptureIntricate: Some sculptures, such as this cat watching fish in a pond, spread over two cups. Many show popular cartoon characters, such as the three-eyed aliens from Toy Story

  • Kazuki Yamamato creates turns his hands to both portraits and sculpture
  • The barista has created bunnies, hippos and even giraffes
  • His skills have earned him 82,000 followers on Twitter

By David Gardner

If you like to play with the froth on your coffee, here’s a challenge for you – could you make something as striking as these?

The rabbit, hippo and giraffe emerging from the coffee cups are the astonishing work of a barista in a Japanese cafe. Japanese latte artist Kazuki Yamamoto has taken coffee art to a higher level. While others may try swirling their flat images on foam, the 26-year-old specialises in building 3-D sculptures, some of them even climbing out of one cup and into another.

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