Ever looked at something and thought this can’t be true but kept on exploring it because it seemed damn interesting. We’ve seen so many amazing creatures, incredible natural phenomena, crazy stuff that it became hard to be surprised, anyone.
We’re not here to surprise you to death but to show some really interesting stuff that you most probably haven’t seen or heard about before.
Scroll down to see the photos and tell us which one was a real discovery for you! Let’s go!
#1. Hyper-Realistic Self Portrait
#2. In France, Peyo, a beautiful 15-year-old stallion, often comes to comfort and soothe terminally ill patients at the Techer Hospital in Calais.
#3. A half graffiti hotel room in Marseille, France
#4. This is what dogs used to look like before inbreeding
#5. It is likely that the Moeraki Boulders first formed from the seafloor mud over 56 million years ago in the Paleocene era.
#6. Baby gorilla and a baby chimpanzee together. Double cuteness
#7. This weather phenomenon is known as Catatumbo Lightning. Lake Maracaibo has the highest concentration of lightning on Earth, thanks to a combination of heat, humidity, air currents, and the mountainous landscape.
#8. A powerful photograph of wedding rings removed from Holocaust victims
#9. Room of Rainbows, Palacio de Cristal, Madrid
#10. This is what a flying fish looks like up close
#11. The Tasmanian giant crab also called the queen crab, is a very large species of crab that resides on rocky and muddy ocean bottoms off Southern Australia.
#12. Alternative Martini glass
#13. Beautiful graffiti in Białystok, Poland
#14. A man recording a cassette tape at a music festival in Poland in the 1980s.
#15. A deceased great white shark was found floating in formaldehyde in an abandoned wildlife park that closed in 2012 in Melbourne, Australia.
#16. Why a turtle can’t get out of its shell
#17. Chichen Itza when it was discovered in 1892 vs. the present day.
#18. This bin in Denmark specially made for cyclists
#19. For more than 60 years, James Harrison donated his blood, a very rare type, once every two weeks. Through his donations, the Australian Red Cross estimates that he has saved at least 2.4 million babies. In 1999, he was awarded the Order of Australia.
#20. Harvesting horseshoe crab blood. Horseshoe crabs have copper-based blood that is blue, unlike our iron-based hemoglobin. It contains Limulus Amebocyte Lysate, which clots in the presence of bacterial contaminants and is used in testing vaccines and medical equipment for sterility.