We know that you’ve already seen the creativity of nature and the wonderfulness of our world. But have you seen enough? Even if you answered yes, the truth is you will never do! Keep on scrolling because we prepared more here!
Asian proverb says that it’s better to see something once than to hear about it a thousand times. So we want to share with you some awesome things from our beautiful world instead of using a thousand words to describe them.
So check out the images and don’t forget to comment on your favorite one!
#1. This Guinea Pig is the size of an actual pig
#2. These things are made to prevent skateboarders from grinding on the ledges
#3. The Sea Pen. They are colonial marine cnidarians belonging to the order Pennatulacea.
#4. Old school dental work
#5. Backward house in Niagara
#6. “The Kiss of Life” shows a utility worker named J.D. Thompson giving mouth-to-mouth to co-worker Randall G. Champion after he went unconscious following contact with a low voltage line.
#7. A World War 1 observation tree.
#8. She didn’t build a nest, she built a damn palace
#9. The amazing spotless cheetah from Kenya
#10. The Queen Alexandra’s birdwing, is the largest species of butterfly in the world, with females reaching wingspans slightly in excess of 25 cm to 28 cm (9.8 inches to 11 inches).
#11. The overhead view of Dubai looks like staggered crystals
#12. Haid Al-Jazeel … a Yemeni village perched on a giant rock.
#13. ” Humanity Against Evil ” Statue by Gaetano Cellini Looks Almost Alive
#14. The blue Nelson lake in New Zealand has the clearest natural freshwater with visibility in the lake of up to 260 feet
#15. Argyroderma fissum, known as Vingervygies in Afrikaans due to its finger-shaped leaves
#16. The Blackfeet Nation in Montana gifted their surplus COVID-19 vaccines (750 doses) to nearby residents in Alberta, Canada. People drove for hours and lined up for miles on the highway to be vaccinated at a mobile clinic set up at the border crossing.
#17. This is Paraceratherium a rhino relative, it’s considered to be the biggest land mammal to walk the earth, standing at 5 meters at the shoulder and weighing 44,000 lb.
#18. Helicopters get shrink-wrapped when being transported. It’s used to stop the salty sea spray from damaging the choppers
#19. Johannes Holzer from Krün, Germany, braved the cold to capture this breath-taking shot of the “Milky Way” from a whole new perspective.
#20. Designer life before AutoCAD