20 Rare Stuff That Make This World An Extraordinary Place To Live In

Every step we take is full of thrilling experiences and never-ending discoveries. Sometimes we don’t even need to make an effort to find the most exciting stuff happening around us; they are very often so close to us we simply need to look around and notice them.

So, we decided to share everything we came across and were amazed by their incredibility before seeing them in real life.

Please scroll down to see the photos and tell us what the latest discovery you’ve made was.

#1. A 50-foot tall sculpture in South Dakota named “Dignity” was erected recently to respect the native culture.

Photo: © arahs_Clark

#2. Queen Elizabeth II owns the largest clear-cut diamond in the world. Known as ‘The Great Star of Africa,’ the 530 carats gem was mined in South Africa back in 1905 and had an estimated worth of $400 million.

Photo: © richiethestick

#3. This is what a hedgehog getting an X-ray looks like

Photo: © ORE-above-ALL09

#4. A reconstruction of what the world’s first modern human looked like from around 160,000 years ago. (Moesgaard Museum, Denmark)

Photo: © JediRustyy

#5. An NYC police officer comes face-to-face with Ming, a 350 lb tiger secretly living in an apartment in Harlem in 2003

Photo: © bsmith2123

#6. The cashmere goat. They take their name from their origin in the Himalayan region of Kashmir.

Photo: © roCky3131

#7. This is what an airless tire looks like

Photo: © B-L-O-C-K-S

#8. One day old hedgehogs are pure love

Photo: © caveofdeath

#9. The Ganges River Dolphin lives in extremely murky water. And thus has tiny, essentially useless eyes

Photo: © rBonelessPizza24

#10. George Washington had false teeth due to dental issues. His teeth are on display today at Mount Vernon.

Photo: © bavaroj

#11. Meet Jenny, the horse who takes a daily stroll alone through Frankfurt for almost 14 years.

Photo: © Xyreo_

#12. The real dog VS the painted one. Simply gorgeous

Photo: © BlueBirdieD

#13. The Black Crack, a 65-foot-deep fissure along a trail in Canyonlands National Park in Utah.

Photo: © Dailymemedealar_v1

#14. Queen Victoria’s Goddaughter Sarah Forbes Bonetta, 1843 – 1880. Born into a Royal African dynasty, she was taken to England and “gifted” to Queen Victoria from one royal family to another.

Photo: © Fluid-Daydreamer

#15. A hairless chimp looks so old and wise

Photo: © awwmir

#16. Mount Fitz Roy in Patagonia, on the border between Argentina and Chile, looking all gorgeous

Photo: © roCky3131

#17. Central African Lyre, made from a human skull, wood, antelope horn, skin, gut, and hair.

Photo: © KnightOfDaggers

#18. The director of the Belgrade Zoo tries to convince Sami, the chimpanzee, to return home after he escaped, 1988.

Photo: © Skoedell

#20. Norilsk City In Russia, the most depressing city in the world

Photo: © Shayaan_F
Photo: © Shayaan_F