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They may look like dinosaur eggs, but builders say these dome-shaped homes can survive fire, insects, tornadoes, earthquakes, and natural disasters like the storms battering North America`s Gulf coast. The Monolithic Domes shown here are located in the village of New Ngelepen in Yogyakarta province, Java Island, Indonesia. In 2006, Domes for the World Foundation supplied about 70 of these homes to earthquake survivors. Each home cost about $1,500.