20 Hard-to-believe Facts From Different Corners Of Our World That Are So Mind-blowing They Made Our Jaws Drop

Have you heard about Olympus Mons on the planet Mars? It’s the largest mountain in the solar system and is about 22KM high. Even if we don’t see much of the incredibility of our world with our eyes, it doesn’t mean these things don’t exist.

This is where our team is always ready to come to the rescue with the coolest and hard-to-believe facts and photo proof that will possibly make your jaws drop. This collection features 20 mind-blowing images from different corners of our world that would be so hard to believe if not for these photo proof. So keep on scrolling to be amazed at least 20 times.

#1. Olympus Mons on the planet Mars. It’s the largest mountain in the solar system and is about 22KM high.

Photo: © hartCannon9000

#2. What it would look like if we lived in a world of giants and among giants

Photo: © dy74n

#3. This condition is called Mirror Hand Syndrome, less than 100 cases have ever been diagnosed, and the cause is still unknown

Photo: © APersonToBeIgnored

#4. It turns out that Star wars fooled us with a painting

Photo: © All-gods-are-dead

#5. This awesome wind-blown rock in Egypt looks like a natural tree monument.

Photo: © amonaloli12

#6. The only completed Lun-class Ekranoplan, in service with the USSR from 1987-late 1990s. It is currently left abandoned on the coast of Dagestan, Russia.

Photo: © bryanplayzxD

#7. Taken from the surface of Venus in 1975. The camera only took a few photos before breaking. The surface is ultra hot and rains sulphuric acid. The Russian equipment immediately deteriorated after landing and couldn’t capture many photos.

Photo: © SonOfQuora

#8. This snake lands a double kill, and it’s kind of mesmerizing

Photo: © frstbyte32

#9. A skull of a 25-year-old woman who had brain surgery 9,500 years ago. It is now in the Aksaray Museum, Turkey.

Photo: © nerdy_subha

#10. This Statue of Liberty is made from bombed rubble of Aleppo by Syrian artist Tammam Azzam

Photo: © umberto_pagano

#11. Hirudinaria manillensis, the Asian buffalo leech, also known as the Asian medicinal leech, is commonly found in natural water bodies of the South East Asian region.

Photo: © Brutal_Deluxe_

#12. Cloud iridescence or irisation is a colorful optical phenomenon that occurs in a cloud and appears in the general proximity of the Sun or Moon.

Photo: © strawberry_bubz

#13. Michael Jordan’s iconic ‘Free Throw Line’ dunk, 1988

Photo: © /WarlockGnoll

#14. Crappy or genius design? An apartment with a car as a room divider

Photo: © extractoflama

#15. Giant anteater’s claws. These animals have no teeth, but their long tongues are enough to reach more than 35,000 ants and termites they swallow whole daily.

Photo: © agent_max_the_mick

#16. Boston Terrier from the 1900s vs. a modern-day Boston Terrier.

Photo: © JankCranky

#17. “Knife Angel” is a sculpture formed of 100,000 knives by Alfie Bradley

Photo: © Markantonpeterson

#18. The 1980 Space Invaders Championship, Gamers was the first major video game tournament in history.

Photo: © Mike_ZzZzZ

#19. The Sumela Monastery in Turkey’s Black Sea Province of Trabzon

Photo: © umberto_pagano

#20. A “Knotty” Dog