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Eco Artists Make Mother Nature Their Canvas

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NEW YORK -- Kapu Collective is the brainchild of two brothers: Street artist Sean "Hula" Yoro and photographer Gabe "Kapu" Yoro. Together, they make breathtaking eco-murals that not only bring awareness to environmental issues, but are eco-friendly too. Whether it's a mural that will help a coral reef grow, or a mural that changes perspective when the tide rises to bring awareness to climate change, they are trying to make a difference through their art.

"We always start with kind of an inspiration, some back end message that we really want to translate into a full artwork or a piece or mural," says Sean, whose paintings adorn cliffsides and underwater grottos alike. Both from Oahu, Hawaii, the two brothers use mother nature's natural canvas to bring their extraordinary projects to life. Watch to see just some of their amazing installations!

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Those who have a baby at home should practically have their eyes on them 24 hours a day, since little ones are prone to accidents out of age or curiosity, and many of these they can be fatal.

That was what happened to a family that lives in Quezon City, in the Philippines, who recently They lost their 2-year-old baby after he was electrocuted by a plug in their home.

Eloisa Angara, the baby’s mother, explained to different local media that on the day of the tragedy, she would have taken a metal spoon to prepare formula for her son.

The woman thought the spoon had kept her out of her baby’s reach; However, he would have managed to take her to play with her and accidentally, He would have inserted it into the socket when it was wet, causing the fatal discharge.

“When I was going to open the door, I heard an explosion. I got nervous but thought something had fallen off. My husband screamed and said that Jake (the baby) had been electrocuted, ”said the mother.

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