15 Discoveries That Prove This World Has A Lot More We Didn’t Have Any Idea About

Everything in life is pure wonder. We learn we explore, we discover new, amazing, exciting things but we never get enough and there are still things that we don’t know and things that will never cease to amaze us.

For example, we see the photo of the 2-year-old Dalai Lama for the first time. We have never seen the best-preserved ship from the Viking era and it gave us thrills to see one we only saw in movies before. It is a discovery for us that Gaboon vipers have the largest fangs of any snake, which can grow up to 2 inches long, and that Sun bears are the world’s smallest bears.

Whatever it is that we learn about, it is always a pleasure to discover something brand new and very thrilling to share with our friends. Scroll down to see the interesting photos and facts we have compiled in this article and don’t forget to share the new information with your friends too. What did you learn today?

#1. 2 years old Dalai Lama. 1937

Photo: © alee137

#2. A snake performing a double kill

Photo: © anthonyhui

#3. The Pink Fairy Armadillo of central Argentina looks like something from another planet

Photo: © bawledannephat

#4. The rare red-black colored cat looks like it’s wearing a sweater!

Photo: © knifestick




#5. Just stones, forming a satisfying ball.

Photo: © sunshineandacloud

#6. A Beautiful carving that looks like it’s real

Photo: © Auxxit

#7. Two guys made a working car out of lego. The only thing in the whole entire car not made out of lego is the tires.

Photo: © LegoDan5000

#8. A cute floating lizard

Photo: © ztoundas




#9. Sun bear, the world’s smallest bear.

Photo: © ImHUmanBoi99

#10. Oseberg ship – the best-preserved ship from the Viking era. Norway, 9th century.

Photo: © foxyed-

#11. Stresemann’s Bristlefront is the rarest bird in the world only 15 known to still be alive.

Photo: © samuell_percy

#12. A Meerschaum pipe of the German Emperor Frederick III and his wife, Victoria, Princess Royal

Photo: © ericprogramming




#13. All the beauty of Italy from the Space Station

Photo: © kucherenkoZZZ

#14. An amazing wood carving.

Photo: © Auxxit

#15. Gaboon vipers have the largest fangs of any snake, which can grow up to 2 inches long! Despite their dangerous venom, gaboon vipers are slow-moving and are generally unaggressive.

Photo: © UPotatoe1012