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McDonald’s jokes that mysterious Utah monolith looks like drive-thru ordering screen

With the mysterious monolith appearing and disappearing in both Utah, and now Romania, theorists are going crazy trying to solve the origins of the metal pillar. Looking to make use of this extra media exposure, McDonald's has just jokingly pointed out that the large object looks like some of its Drive-Thru ordering machines. In a tweet, the fast-food chain has edited the pillar with a speaker, LCD screen and McDonald's Golden Arches logo.

Ride around in style with Louis Vuitton and Maison TAMBOITE's LV Bike

For its latest release, Louis Vuitton and Maison TAMBOITE have joined forces to create the exclusive LV Bike. Combining the unique elements of both labels, Maison TAMBOITE's enameled and chrome steel has been combined with LV's monogrammed leather, as well as eye-catching design elements such as the Monogram flower chainset. The seat sees a monogram wrapping in a bright red hue, which is the same color that can be seen on both the handlebars and wheels of the bike.

400ft-long chain slices open shipwreck to reveal destroyed cars inside

Brunswick, Georgia, United States: A jaw-dropping picture shows a cargo ship cut sliced open to reveal the wreckage of some of the 4,200 cars inside. Responders in Brunswick, Georgia, USA, finished cutting and lifting Section One (the bow) of the wreck of the Golden Ray this week. According to maritimeinsight.com, a 400-foot length of anchor chain is being used to cut sections. The heavy-lift barge VB-10000, positioned over the wreck, lifted Section One of the Golden Ray wreck as the barge JULIE B manoeuvred to receive it. Preparations for the section to exit the Environmental Protection Barrier.

Scientists discover new deep sea creature using only video

Scientists have discovered a new sea creature lurking at the bottom of the ocean. The newly named Duobrachium sparksae was discovered two and a half miles below sea level in an underwater canyon north-west of Puerto Rico by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries research team. The 'blob' was found during an underwater expedition using a remotely operated vehicle in 2015 and filmed by a high-definition camera. Only now has it been described in a research paper. NOAA Fisheries scientists Mike Ford and Allen Collins spotted the ctenophore and recognised it as a new species. This is the first time NOAA scientists have identified a new species using only high-definition video, according to NOAA.