18 Amazing Photos Revealing What Different Objects Hold Inside Of Them

They say never judge a book by its cover. The outside appearance of something is actually not the only precondition to judge its value and worth. It can lead to some serious confusion. What is inside is sometimes far more important than what we see in front of us.

Unfortunately or not, we can’t cut everything in half to see the real them, but there are things that were possible to do and some users cut them in half to see what’s inside. We have prepared these photos and now want to share them with our readers. Scroll down to see what these objects are made of.

#1. What’s inside the 10-Ball

Photo: © VerbableNouns

#2. Inside of a Land Rover

Photo: © ALazySigh

#3. Sunland Baobab, a pub inside of a 1,000-year-old baobab tree

Photo: © Lydz_the_cat

#4. Kalashnikov AK-47 cutaway render by Ukrainian illustrator Alex Lartsev

Photo: © Hymenealcoverage



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#5. The inside of the Leaning Tower of Pisa

Photo: © Mackelowsky

#6. The Inside of a Zippo Lighter

Photo: © geek_fest

#7. Tennis ball cut in half

Photo: © TheOfficialUrbanDict

#8. The inside of the Statue of Liberty is a simple spiral staircase



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#9. The inside of a spruce tree.

Photo: © Tidyfrog1

#10. Cross-section of a whale rib

Photo: © salman_memon

#11. Here’s what the inside of the gold vaults at Fort Knox looks like

Photo: © Johnny_Mc2

#12. Inside a 9 volt battery

Photo: © henhen42



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#13. The Inside of Amazon in Poland

Photo: © Adamsky18

#14. The inside of an AirPod. All the technology in that little thing is insane!

Photo: © _alexisixela_

#15. This is what it looks like the inside of a hedge

Photo: © boUtabeatmahhmeatz

#16. A Maple leaf pattern inside of a Maple tree

Photo: © Demiurge7



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#17. Cordless Drill

Photo: © Noname_Maddox

#18. A naked F-86 Sabre.

Photo: © asWinter