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Underwater Zombie Frog Ballet

Chinese artist Lu Yang's latest project involved three things that you don't normally find in a sentence: frog, ballet, and zombie. She took dead frog bodies that have been used in medical dissection experiments and re-animated them in this music video. Behold, Reanimation! Underwater Zombie Frog Ballet! - easily the weirdest thing you'll see today. [...]
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