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Crazy Images of Coworkers Arranged with Animal Bodies

Desk Opera is an interesting picture venture started by Mike Whiteside, one half of the innovative duo Mike & Ben, that smartly locations notebooks and tablets with images of creatures with their leads or systems popped off in front side of the corresponding areas of office coworkers. The lively, continuous sequence features some very funny combinations that are completely aligned.

From your primary creatures to large apes and small meerkats, the images take viewpoint and size into account. Some of the members seem really devoted to this unique leisure activity while they're still on clock, making it all the more pleasant. Desk Safari currently encourages supporters to deliver their own images via email to be presented as one of the many unique colleagues that know how to have fun at work.

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