How one couple adapted a 204-square-foot tiny house for their new baby

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What’s it like to live in a 204-square foot space with a baby? Samantha and Robert Garlow of SHEDsistence know -after designing and constructing their own tiny home, and moving in in early 2016, they welcomed their first baby, Aubrin, last year. Inhabitat spoke with Robert about their experience living tiny.

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Chernobyl’s abandoned dogs create their own exclusion zone community

If you ever happen to visit Chernobyl, you might run across one of the around 300 stray dogs that reside there. After the 1986 disaster, residents weren’t allowed to bring their pets, and many dogs were left behind. Today, their descendants still live in the area, and while their life isn’t easy, The Guardian, which shared their story, described them as “a playful example of global kindness and cooperation.”

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