The Winner of Pokémon Go Has Been Found

The super popular Nintendo Game, Pokémon Go, has only been out for a few weeks, but it appears that this New York man has finished – yes – finished the game!

Self proclaimed as the first U.S. winner of the game, Nick Johnson (also known as ftb_hodor on Reddit) used his faith, brains and super duper strong legs to achieve this outstanding achievement and recognition.

Gaining popularity on Reddit, Nick Johnson posted a bunch of helpful advice to help others with capturing their Pokémon.

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Nick traveled around his home town in New York which meant walking for a total 153.2km (which is approximately 95 miles!)

Surely this will be a phenomenal way for America to get rid of their obesity epidemic, right?

We did the math and if you were to play Pokémon Go for 14 days straight, you’d have to walk 2.5 hours a day to achieve the same walking goal! There’s no guarantee that you’d find all Pokémon, though. Sorry guys!

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Here is a list of the friendly advice Nick so helpfully published:

1. To level quickly, focus your attention on common Pokémon like Pidgey and Weedle. They don’t require much candies to evolve and will help to level you up

2. Use a second phone. This will be your ‘radar’. If you’re busy on another app using maps (ie Google maps) or at a Poké-Gym participating in a battle, this back up phone will help to locate any Pokémon around you

3. “There aren’t many social features built in, but its a very social game. If you don’t know where to find a specific Pokémon, ask your fellow trainers! They’re usually happy to help out.”

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It’s important to note that due to the success, Nintendo has transformed almost overnight, adding a whopping $7.5 BILLION to its worth, and increasing their stock shares by 25%. 

What level are you?!

Some Fantastical Gift Ideas For True Potterheads

The Ministry of Magic Toilet Decal

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Harry Potter Pillow Covers

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Wand Necklaces

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The Marauder’s Map Scarf

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Voldemort and Harry Duel Scene Bookmark

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Harry Potter Monopoly

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Severus Snape Birthday Cards

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Albus Dumbledore Birthday Cards

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The Grim Cup

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This Swedish Pilot Does Yoga Around The World And Her Selfies Are Taking Internet By Storm

We don’t often get to see the casual side of commercial airline pilots, but Maria Pettersson isn’t an ordinary airline pilot. She’s also an internet sensation who inspires her 200k+ followers on Instagram with her yoga loving, globe-trotting exploits.

The 32-year-old Swede from Gothenburg is a commercial pilot with Ryanair. She says she started her Instagram page after moving to Italy (she now lives in Palermo, Sicily) so that she could share her adventures with her family back home. But since then she’s amassed an impressive internet fanbase and it’s easy to see why when you look at her pictures. Whether she’s doing yoga on the beach in some far-off tropical paradise, paddle-boarding through turquoise waters, or posing for a picture while sitting in the cockpit on her Boeing 737NG, Pettersson is living the life that most of us can only dream of. Head on over to Instagram to catch up on her latest adventures.

More info: Instagram | pilotmaria.com

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30+ Natural Phenomena That Actually Exist. A Couple Of These Will Haunt Your Dreams

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The Rainbow Mountains in China’s Danxia Landform Geological Park are formed from layers of different colored sandstone and minerals pressed together over 24 million years and buckled up by tectonic plates.

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Each year over 120 million red crabs swarm Christmas Island on their way to the Indian Ocean to breed. Authorities close most of the island’s roads during the migration, which normally takes at least a week.

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Various species of phytoplankton are known to bioluminesce; when washed ashore by the tides, their chemical energy is turned into light energy.

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15 Famous Landmarks Zoomed Out To Show Their Surroundings

This collection of photographs of majestic landmarks around the world do a great job of just how important framing, perspective and lighting are to a photograph. All of these photo pairs are of the same object, but the changes in perspective can make them seem more or less grand.

A change of perspective can change a lot, which applies just as much to photography as it does to anything else in life. Sure, the Brandenburg gate and Mount Rushmore are majestic when framed the right way, but they can look mundane when they aren’t the central focus of the photograph they’re in.

Aside from the composition of these images, some of them also show just how misleading photography can be. Most of us probably imagine that the Taj Mahal is surrounded by pristine gardens because it’s always photographed from the same angle. But the squalid garbage dumps behind it tell another tale. Anyone who hasn’t been to Niagara Falls might think that they’re surrounded by a beautiful national forest instead of a series of tall buildings built on the lip of a nearby cliff.

Of course, not all of these photos reduce the landmarks’ grandeur. The Acropolis, the Arc de Triomphe and New York City’s Central Park all arguably look even better or at least look great in a different way in their second photos. The zoomed-out photos of the Acropolis and the Arc only serve to highlight how those landmarks are focal points of their cities.

1. The Great Pyramids of Giza

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2. Stonehenge

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3. Taj Mahal

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4. The Brandenburg Gate

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5. Sagrada Familia

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6. Niagara Falls

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7. The Acropolis

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8. Mount Rushmore

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9. The Forbidden City

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10. Hollywood

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12. Mona Lisa

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13. Central Park, New York City

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14. The Arc de Triomphe

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Japanese Photographer Documents The Many Faces of Tokyo’s Stray Cats

With his pictures, Japanese photographer Masayuki Oki captures the individual personalities of the many otherwise anonymous stray cats that live in Tokyo’s shitamachi area. His collection might be called busayan, which literally means “ugly cat”, but the photographer has nothing but affection for his moggie muses.

“I want to travel the country photographing all of Japan’s lovely stray cats,” says the photographer. For now however he limits his setting to the shitamachi area of the capital, where he documents the streetwise cats as they fight, nap, and goof around for the camera. The photographer never reveals the exact location of his feline photoshoot, but if you want to keep up to date with his latest photographic exploits then you can add your name to the 48,000+ people who follow him on Instagram.

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20 Places That Are Straight Out Of Fairy Tales

1. Colmar: Alsace, France

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2. Ashikaga Flower Park: Ashikaga, Japan

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Ashikaga’s wisteria trees bloom brilliantly for a few weeks every spring, turning the park into a vision of pastel pinks and purples.

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3. Rakotzbrücke (Rakotz Bridge): Kromlau, Germany

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This 19th-century bridge creates a perfect stone circle when reflected in the still waters below it.

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4. Angel Oak: Charleston, South Carolina

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What looks like a set piece from Pan’s Labyrinth is actually a massive and ancient oak tree—six stories tall and 300-400 years old.

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5. Reed Flute Cave: Guilin, China

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Sadly, magical fairy dust is not the secret behind Reed Flute Cave’s glowing interior. Multi-colored lights hide all around the subterranean spot to attract tourists.

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6. Hohenzollern Castle: Bisingen, Germany

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Hohenzollern Castle stands proudly over 750 feet above Germany. It’s most exceptional on overcast days when it sticks out above the fog—a literal castle on a cloud.

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7. Tunnel of Love: Klevan, Ukraine

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Ukraine’s “Tunnel of Love” puts all theme park rides to shame, with vibrant green leaves covering every surface.

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8. Hallstatt, Austria

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Its lakeside views and charming buildings make Hallstatt a picture-perfect town. So perfect, in fact, that China made an exact replica of the village to serve as high-end housing.

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9. Chiang Mai, Thailand

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Chiang Mai’s skies light up with thousands of lanterns every year during the Yi Peng festival. Tangled fans, start packing.

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10. Lake Reschen: South Tyrol, Italy

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This area of South Tyrol was once home to several villages, but the towns were purposefully flooded when a dam was built nearby. The only visible reminder of the drowned cities is a 14th-century bell tower—sort of like Rapunzel meets the Quarter Quell.

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11. Hallerbos Forest: Halle, Belgium

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This beech forest in Belgium becomes a misty dreamscape during springtime, as thousands of bluebells carpet the forest floor.

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12. Seljalandsfoss: Iceland

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Seljalandsfoss looks great at any angle, but it’s worth the hike to see the waterfall from the cave behind it. Can someone commission an Airbnb property here please?

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13. City Palace: Jaipur, India

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We love a good turret and stone archway, but Jaipur’s rosy pink City Palace gives its European counterparts a run for their money.

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14. The Dark Hedges: Northern Ireland

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Because even fairy tales are dark and full of terrors. Local legend has it that “the Grey Lady” (a ghost, not the New York Times) haunts the road at dusk.

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15. Angkor Wat (Ta Prohm): Cambodia

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The Cambodian jungle has pretty much devoured the Ta Prohm temple, but the strangely compelling remains (which had a guest role in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider) make it a popular tourist attraction.

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16. St. Basil’s Cathedral: Moscow, Russia

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St. Basil’s Cathedral is a bright and whimsical sight in the middle of Red Square, thanks to candy-colored domes and swirling patterns.

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17. Quinta da Regaleira: Sintra, Portugal

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Sintra’s Quinta da Regaleira estate has a lot to offer tourists, like ornate gardens and palaces, as well as deep wells with spiral staircases lining the walls.

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18. Longleat: Wiltshire, England

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19. Puez-Geisler Nature Park: South Tyrol, Italy

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Italy’s Puez-Geisler Nature Park is located among the jagged and striking Dolomites, with a charming, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it church nestled among the mountains.

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20. Oneonta Gorge: Columbia River Gorge, Oregon

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Oneonta Creek flowing through Oneonta Gorge, Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Oregon, USA

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Tucked right by the border between Oregon and Washington, the Oneonta Gorge is a beautiful slice of ancient geology—not to mention a popular hiking destination.

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The Giant Waterpark Inside An Old German Airship Hangar

About 60 km south of Berlin there’s a former Soviet airfield where you will find an old airship hangar known as the Aerium. With over 66,000 m² (710,000 sq. ft) of floor space and 5 million m³ (176,573,333 cu. ft) of enclosed space, the idea was to create a self-contained holiday destination in the heart of Europe.

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At the Tropical Islands resort the temperature is always 26°C (78.8 F) and it’s open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The sheer magnitude of the space is just mind-boggling:

– 66,000 m² of floor space, 5 million m³ of enclosed space
– 360 m long, 210 m wide, 107 m high (L = 984 ft, W = 689 ft, H = 351 ft)
– 20,000 m² of UV-transparent film on the south side of the dome (to let in the sun)
– 6,000 people can be accommodated in the dome at any one time

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With a surface area of 10,000 m² (107,600 sq. ft), the indoor rainforest is made up of over 50,000 plants. Altogether, 600 different species of plants can be found at Tropical Islands, including palms, ferns and mangroves. Winding through it all is a one-kilometre-long walking path for guests.

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The Tropical Sea covers an area of 3,000 sq. m (32,000 sq. ft), three times the size of an Olympic swimming pool. The water has a constant temperature of 28°C and there’s a 200-metre-long sandy beach.

The 1,200-square-metre Lagoon has a constant temperature of 32°C. A counter-current, two water slides and whirlpools in the bays provide guests with some additional fun.

Tropical Islands is home to Germany’s highest water slide tower. At 27 metres, it is the same height as a four-storey building. There are four different slides, including a 76-metre power turbo slide that allows the more adventurous to reach speeds of up to 70 kph.

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– 191 rooms and lodges with a total of 508 beds in two and four-bed rooms
– 10 two-bed Adventure and Premium Lodges
– 133 tents in the dome equipped with bed frames and mattresses in the Rainforest
– The Sunset Camp with a total of 350 beds, including: 91 tents with two beds and 42 with four beds

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– Campsite: 65 Standard pitches, 20 Comfort pitches, 5,000 m² of tent space
– 27 tepees, 7 wooden tepees
– 23 Mobile Homes
– 47 holiday homes available with a total of 200 (+94) beds:

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– 10,000 m³ total area
– 7 different sauna attractions
– Crystal steam bath for 33 people in the Elephanta Temple
– Hot tubs with a water temperature of 32°C in the Waiotapu hot tub complex
– Meditation rooms in the Asia House
– Stone sauna for 22 people with various kinds of showers in the Angkor Wat Temple
– Jungle huts in the Jungle Village with a tree sauna for 20 people, a blossom steam bath for 15 people, an herbal sweat lodge for 20 people and an ice fountain
– Mud bath spa, salt grotto and rock shower in the Alcantara Canyon

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For all visitor and accommodation information visit the official website at www.tropical-islands.de

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15 Drone Photos That Leave Us Speechless

“Colors of Fall,” Oosterhout, The Netherlands

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“Fishermen at Work,” Merang, Terengganu, Malaysia

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“Lonely Tree,” Altwis, Switzerland

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“Yaks,” Hesse, Germany

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“Overpass,” Urumqi, Xinjiang, China

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“Statue of Liberty,” New York, New York, U.S.

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“The Ruins of Château de la Ferté-Vidame,” La Ferté-Vidame, France

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“Frozen Forest,” Neryungri, Russia

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“Field of Lavender,” Valensole, France

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“Colors of the Kimberley Region,” Broome, Western Australia

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“Landscape in the Autumn,” Bergwinkel, Germany

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“Earth Graffiti,” Shaoguan, Guangdong, China

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“Cannonball,” Nemenčinė, Lithuania

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“Silent Lake,” Qingtongxia, China

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“Vineyards,” Valle de Concepción, Bolivia

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10+ Of The Best Drone Photos Shot

Al Marmoun Camel Racetrack, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Poland

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Hidden Lake, Washington, Usa

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Xiwei Reservoir, Zoucheng, Shandong, China

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Lost Island, Tahaa, French Polynesia

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Mont Saint Michel, In Normandie, France

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Whale Shark And Tourists

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Maringa, Parana, Brazil

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Lake Turgoyak, Miass, Russian Federation

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Glorieta Rodolfo Sanchez Taboada, Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico

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