20 Impressive Photos That No One Has Come Across Before Are Simply Unbelievable

We live in a world of constant developments in science, technology, where every minute is a new invention and a new discovery that we hardly even have the power to catch up with. Be it a natural phenomenon or a scientific discovery, there is only one word to describe the most interesting things around us: “WOW”. These are the very few things that have the power to actually leave us speechless and admire our world.

Scroll down to see the most interesting and rare things around us and don’t forget to tell us how impressed you are and mostly with which one!

#1. Fully unshaven horse

Photo: © HobGoblin877

#2. “The weight of thought” by Thomas Leroy

Photo: © iBleeedorange

#3. Ghost Caladium (Caladium Moonlight)

Photo: © InternetPresent2823

#4. Cal State University’s corpse flower is blooming for a second time. The bloom cycle only lasts for 24 hours.

Photo: © AgonyInTheIrony

#5. Is he real?

Photo: © SadCookieCake

#6. The giant barrel cactus also called golden barrel cactus or giant viznaga, is the largest species of barrel cactus on earth. The biggest individual living today weighs about 6,600 pounds and is named “Goliat”.

Photo: © UPotatoe1012

#7. A very rare albino crocodile

Photo: © Snoo-27887

#8. Napoleon I on His Imperial Throne Painting by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres

Photo: © gautam_777

#9. Found in Western Australia, the Pilbara Spiny-tailed Skink looks like a real-life Pokémon

Photo: © MrBonelessPizza24

#10. This is what the underside of a Lilly pad looks like

Photo: © SantaCl0

#11.Dead Man Fingers fungus. Trees infected with this fungi can collapse and fall without warning.

Photo: © DrFetusRN

#12. Turning vitiligo into an art

Photo: © TruStoryz

#13. 1944, French mountaineer Gaston Rébuffat successfully climbed to the top of Aiguille de Roc

Photo: © Ill_Paleontologist19

#14. This is how a hedgehog looks like with no spikes

Photo: © EcoSM

#15. The Sphynx cat looks truly alien

Photo: © bsurfn2day

#16. The Floating Building sculpture by artist Alex Chinneck in Covent Garden

Photo: © gautam_777

#17. Sony & RSA Cosmos team up to convert WWII bunker into State-of-the-Art Planetarium

Photo: © atlien6

#18. Also known as killer fungus, these Ophiocordyseps turn bugs into zombies. It is fascinating how the fungus broke the exoskeleton of the bug.

Photo: © RaduRB

#19. That is how a bear looks like without fur.

Photo: © mephistometh

#20. Mountain pass. It looks unreal and incredibly beautiful

Photo: © DrFetusRN