The incredibility around our world makes us stare at phenomena and think “WOW, do such things really exist?”. And it doesn’t matter if those things are super rare phenomena or ordinary objects we may come across in our everyday lives until they show entirely how wonderful the place we call Earth is!
Our team has prepared a really interesting collection of 20 photos that will make you discover this world from completely different angles. Find some proof that our world is not limited only to the place we live.
#1. Forest noise amplifier. All that we need sometimes
#2. The coolest 2 story camper
#3. A fisher caught the same fish a month and a half later.
#4. “Forever Always”, Octavio Ocampo, Paint, 1943
#5. Porto Flavia, Italy.
#6. In 1974 the 3,000-year-old mummy of Pharaoh Ramses II was issued a valid Egyptian passport so that he could be flown to Paris for repair
#7. The inside of a Leatherback Sea Turtle’s mouth. Pacific Leatherbacks migrate about 6,000 mi across the Pacific from their nesting sites in Indonesia to eat California jellyfish.
#8. 2 albino squirrels somehow found each other, and are in the process of trying to create more albino squirrels.
#9. 3D map showing 426 submarine cables that connect the whole plant to the internet. Some of them are 20.000km long
#10. Polar Bears are indeed massive! But still cute
#11. The Mad Max amp truck is for sale. Who is interested?
#12. Macro photo of a jumping spider
#13. Deep blue kyanite crystals in quartz from Brazil
#14. Someone created a bike based on the Alien from the movie Alien.
#15. Texas longhorn cow holds the world record for longest horn span. They measure 10 feet 7 inches
#16. Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome. In this condition, the front of the iris may be entirely lacking or maybe only partially present.
#17. Look at that bicycle path density in The Netherlands
#18. Mountain Gorilla right before he punched the Photographer, as the intoxicated gorilla mistakenly thought he was a rival.
#19. An Incredible Realistic Painting
#20. Judas tree – an extraordinary tree whose flowers grow straight from the trunk