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Mediterranean sea slugs use their exposed and bright gills as warning signs for hungry predators. The Emerald Cockroach Wasp stings a cockroach and uses it as a host for its larvae. Sounds interesting? It is a million times more interesting when we also see the photos along with these facts and incredible phenomena.
This article is a compilation of such photos containing a world of interesting information. Scroll down to see the photos and tell us which one’s the most incredible to you?
#1. RainbowFish is the rarest creation of Nature
#2. The foot of a marble sculpture of Marcus Aurelius unearthed in Southern Turkey
#3. “Shiva Ganga Devi” wood sculpture by artist Swaroop Siva.
#4. North Korea built realistic monuments for each soldier who died.
#5. The amazing town of Aitoliko, Greece.
#6. The Emerald Cockroach Wasp has unusual reproductive behaviour, which involves stinging a cockroach & using it as a host for its larvae.
#7. The breathtaking Mount Fitz Roy in Patagonia, on the border between Argentina and Chile.
#8. Roger the 200-pound Ripped Kangaroo Crushes Metal
#9. The moment when a bee is secreting the wax from its abdomen through its cherry glands
#10. Grasshopper infested with “Ophiocordyceps Amazonica” a genus of fungi. They are known for parasitism on insects.
#11. The probability of having an egg with a double yolk is 1 in 1000. So this is really cool.
#12. An outstanding picture of the salt rocks in Iran.
#13. These are real eggs that were blown out and hand-painted and decorated. Each piece is placed by hand.
#14. The early morning fog in the Tuscan hills. San Quirico d’Orcia, Tuscany, Italy
#15. Terrifying 33ft anaconda discovered in 2016 lurking in caves near dam construction site in Brazil
#16. Entrance to The Great Pyramid of Egypt
#17. Mollabashi or Motamedi house is one of the historic houses of Isfahan which dates back to the Zandieh era and was purchased during the rule of Zell-e Sultan in Isfahan by Mollabashi, the astronomer of Naser al-Din Shah.
#18. Cone-head praying mantis, looking queenly
#19. Incredible Europe terrain visualization
#20. A sand sculpture found in Rhodes, Greece