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February 24, 2013
Performance artist Donny Vomit pulls a nail out of his nasal cavity ahead of the sixth annual World Sword...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A performance artist pulls a nail out of his nasal cavity ahead of the annual World Sword Swallower's...
Performance artist Donny Vomit pulls a nail out of his nasal cavity ahead of the sixth annual World Sword Swallower's Day celebrations outside the Ripley's Believe It or Not! museum in Los Angeles, California February 23, 2013. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA/
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March 05, 2008
Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World March 5, 2008. "Petra"...
Sydney, Australia
Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World
Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World March 5, 2008. "Petra" had a CT scan and was diagnosed with a fungal disease called Cryptococcus, which is a common disease found in the nasal cavity of some koalas and is caused by a fungus associated with a particular eucalypt trees. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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March 05, 2008
Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World March 5, 2008. Petra...
Sydney, Australia
Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World
Petra the koala receives her medication after an operation at Sydney Wildlife World March 5, 2008. Petra had a CT scan and was diagnosed with a fungal disease called Cryptococcus, which is a common disease found in the nasal cavity of some koalas and is caused by a fungus associated with a particular eucalypt trees. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
PERU/
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November 23, 2007
A performer from the U.S. known as "The Enigma" hammers a nail into his nasal cavity during the inauguration...
Lima, Peru
"The Enigma" hammers a nail into his nasal cavity during inauguration of International Tattoo Convention...
A performer from the U.S. known as "The Enigma" hammers a nail into his nasal cavity during the inauguration of the International Tattoo Convention in Lima November 23, 2007. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU)
PERU/
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November 23, 2007
A performer from the U.S. known as "The Enigma" pulls a nail out of his nasal cavity during the inauguration...
Lima, Peru
Performer from U.S. "The Enigma" pulls a nail out of his nasal cavity during International Tattoo Convention...
A performer from the U.S. known as "The Enigma" pulls a nail out of his nasal cavity during the inauguration of the International Tattoo Convention in Lima November 23, 2007. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (PERU)
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September 20, 2004
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 Scottish performer John, of Les Studios de Cirque de Marseille, hammers a...
Lima, Peru
Scottish performer John hammers a nail into his nasal cavity in Lima.
PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2004 Scottish performer John, of Les Studios de Cirque de Marseille, hammers a nail into his nasal cavity as his theater group does their Kamikaze show to close out the 1st International Tattoo and Corporal Art Convention Lima 2004, in Lima, Peru, early September 20, 2004. More than 40 tattoo studios from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, France, Peru, Spain and the USA participated in the first event of this type in Peru. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares REUTERS
PERU TATTOO
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September 20, 2004
Scottish performer John, of Les Studios de Cirque de Marseille, hammers a nail into his nasal cavity...
Lima, Peru
Scottish performer John hammers a nail into his nasal cavity in Lima.
Scottish performer John, of Les Studios de Cirque de Marseille, hammers a nail into his nasal cavity as his theater group does their Kamikaze show to close out the 1st International Tattoo and Corporal Art Convention Lima 2004, in Lima, Peru, early September 20, 2004. More than 40 tattoo studios from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, France, Peru, Spain and the USA participated in the first event of this type in Peru. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares RR ODLY PP05080195 RR
PERU TATTOO CONVENTION
RTRBAN2
September 20, 2004
Scottish performer John, of Les Studios de Cirque de Marseille, hammers a nail into his nasal cavity...
Lima, Peru
Scottish performer John hammers a nail into his nasal cavity in Lima.
Scottish performer John, of Les Studios de Cirque de Marseille, hammers a nail into his nasal cavity as his theater group does their Kamikaze show to close out the 1st International Tattoo and Corporal Art Convention Lima 2004, in Lima, Peru, early September 20, 2004. More than 40 tattoo studios from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, France, Peru, Spain and the USA participated in the first event of this type in Peru. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares RR
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