Why do they have to teach only the basic information about the world around us at schools? Why it has to be only the common things they’ve been teaching for ages now, and not all the incredibility that Mother Nature has to offer us?
Anyway, there is more to this world outside the limits of our school curriculum and we’re are forever in awe of curious people who share these things with us and the photographers who capture these precious moments.
Scroll down to see the photos showing the majesty of nature and the planet earth.
#1. Nature’s sand artists, the sand bubbler crab
#2. Seepweed turns this beach in China red every autumn
#3. This insane phenomenon is mostly called “dirty thunderstorms,” and involves volcanic eruptions producing some crazy lightning.
#4. How adorable is this? A Lynx-kit snoozing on a tree
#5. A colony of penguins in Antarctica
#6. ~25 generations of stacked-up bird nests discovered after tearing down an unused chimney
#7. Cross River gorillas are the rarest of all great apes and were unknown to science until the early 20th century. They were forgotten, then “rediscovered” after scientists had believed the gorillas had become extinct.
#8. The perfectly timed moment showing all the majesty of nature in one photo
#9. Antille’s pink-toe tarantula is popular as a spider pet because of its docile character and unique coloration.
#10. Australian Spotted Jellyfish. Native to the western Pacific from Australia to Japan but introduced elsewhere.
#11. Bees, like many insects, see from approximately 300 to 650 nm. That means they can’t see the color red, but they can see in the ultraviolet spectrum
#12. The size of saltwater crocodiles is mesmerizing
#13. Cuteness still exists. Fluffy jelly beans
#14. This rock in Norway has been shaped over thousands of years by the crashing waves
#15. The hairstyle from about 3300 years ago noted on this preserved ancient Egyptian head