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Patatap Does The Dog Die? #TubeClash - The Movie There are "wookies" in the movie that look little like the ones in Star Wars, but are more like cute little fuzzballs. One of them is killed by a character by being cut in half, being mistaken for a monster. It however comes back to life as a zombie and appears as such for the rest of the movie and its sequels. 10 Cloverfield Lane Two dead pigs, named Frank and Mildred, are seen briefly (they are never shown alive). 13 Cameras A newlywed couple have no idea their grim, lascivious landlord has been spying on them since they moved in. 2 Guns Chickens are buried up to their necks in the ground and their heads are shot off. 2012 The dog (a Japanese Chin) does not die. 21 Up Documentary. 22 Jump Street An octopus, a cockatoo, an iguana, a burro, several pigs and some doves all appear in the film; none are harmed. 24 Hour Party People Three thousand pigeons are killed by being fed poisoned bread. 25th Hour A dog is severely injured but recovers. '71 No pets die.

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75 amazing uses of HTML5 | Web design HTML5 is the latest version of HTML - the markup language used to display web pages. Although it's technically still in development, it's very much ready to use today, to build websites and web apps. And here are some great examples of HTML5 in action, to see exactly what you can achieve with it. Not only will we bring you some of the best examples of HTML5 websites around, you'll also get to hear from the designers who made them just how they achieved their goals. Meanwhile, if you want to learn more about HTML5 then check out our list of great HTML5 resources. 01. The Lowdi is a small, loud, and stylish speaker that connects to your phone, tablet or other device via Bluetooth. Mark Hinch, senior developer at Momkai, explains that this is "so that the site would be as accessible as possible by as many people as possible on as many devices as possible". 02. Located in Denver, Legwork Studio's site makes heavy use of HTML5. 538 is the largest radio station in the Netherlands. 04. 05. 06.

Ferrofluid Display Though the technical description of ferrofluid is "a stable colloidal suspension of superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles," we prefer to stick with "magnetic magic in a bottle." Usually confined to scientific demonstrations, in the presence of a magnetic field ferrofluid essentially goes nuts—shifting into spiky three-dimensional shapes, bouncing from one magnetic pole to the other, and being generally fascinating in every way. By sealing this scientific oddity into a glass bottle, the team at Concept Zero has created the most hypnotic desk distraction of all time. Concept Zero has also found a way to tint their ferrofluid, giving the magnetic "spikes" yet more definition and even appearing to change color. Details Magnetic magic! About Concept Zero Concept Zero is the original ferrofluid art and design studio producing the world's most recognizable ferrofluid displays.

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