The largest bees in the world make one of the world’s most cherished honey known as “mad honey”. It is called so because this type of honey is a rare hallucinogenic. To harvest this honey, people in the Himalayas climb through huge and very dangerous cliffs. No wonder why mad honey could fetch a hefty price on the black market.
No matter how many of our world’s mysteries are discovered every day, there are still things unknown to humankind waiting for their turn to be revealed and explored. We have prepared some really astonishing information in this collection of 20 photos that will give you a daily dose of interesting discoveries.
#1. This is what sweat on a cow’s nose looks like
#2. Have you ever seen a feline with polydactyly chunky toes?
#3. How cool is this tree on a beach?
#4. The world’s largest Bees make some of the world’s most cherished honey. It’s known as mad honey, which’s a rare hallucinogenic. People in the Himalayas, scale huge dangerous cliffs to harvest this honey. “Mad Honey” can fetch a hefty price on the black market.
#5. A Railway Tunnel Abandoned and Completely Covered in Ice!!
#6. Nature sure does loopy things.
#7. Kuwaiti women waiting in line to vote
#8. Napoleon’s actual sword was used in battle more than 200 years ago. It sold for $6.4M at auction.
#9. The Gooden Silk Orbweaver eats birds and snakes that it captures in its web
#10. Wasps took rose petals from the garden to put in their nest
#11. Forensic reconstruction by the Kennis brothers of a neanderthal man and his son who lived in Europe about 50,000 years ago.
#12. Banyan tree roots in Hong Kong adapting to its environment.
#13. Cactus blooms in a very long time and this beauty lasts only a day or two
#14. Spiderman sculpted from the nib of a lead pencil
#15. The way ivy grows has reached the realm of art
#16. A cabinet designed to look distorted – by Ferruccio Laviani
#17. A sweet potato that looks like it has veins.
#18. Tower position of some super cute toads
#19. Monterrey Stadium Located in Mexico With A Great view.
#20. German artist Jörg Gläscher spent lockdown creating giant waves across the forest floors in Hamburg.