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Our Internet addiction isn’t showing any sign of slowing here in the haven office. The endless supply of cat videos and viral memes keep us trawling the net for more. If you’re like us and just can’t get enough, check out our list of the best things on the Internet throughout February.

1. Seventy-five year old Ray Johnstone posted an ad on Gumtree looking for friends to go fishing with. After the ad went viral he found more than just a fishing buddy – internet fame // au.news.yahoo.com

2. Swedish artist Evelina Westman created The Birth Poster, a 1:1 scale scetch of your baby based on its size at birth. This is a fantastic gift for new parents or those expecting. You can find out more information at www.thebirthposter.com.

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3. You have to check out one of the coolest artists on Instagram @salavat.fidai – the Russian artist crates intricate sculptures on the tips of pencils. You won’t believe the detail he goes into when creating his work. Check his work out at www.instagram.com/salavat.fidai.

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4. This sausage dog has been reunited with his favourite squeaky toy after five years! You can just see the excitement in this beautiful video.

5. Tumble drying will cause shrinkage – take a look at the 45th president of the United States in a tiny state // www.sadanduseless.com

6. A pregnant mum in the US shared the heartbreaking story of how she carried her terminally ill baby through a full pregnancy so she could donate her organs to others in need // www.news.com.au

7. And of course we cannot forget Adele’s speech at the Grammys. Audiences across the world gasped as she snapped her award in half.

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