“This is what a chameleon looks like when it’s lying on my camouflage backpack.”
Kiwi fruit under UV light.
“My mom microwaved some birdseed and accidentally made tiny popcorn.”
“My dad works at a place that makes car windshields. Here is the excess dust that remains after the work is done (the person is for scale).”
A pigeon’s wings under UV light.
“If you take a picture of a flock of birds in the sky at the right time, you’ll see this.”
“It’s time to reveal the fact that the size of an average mole is 1.9 inches. I wasn’t the only one who thought it was the size of a dog, right?!”
“Not all bees are yellow and black. Amegilla bees have blue stripes.”
A painter’s palette from Ancient Egypt.
This isn’t a cloud. This is the wind blowing the snow off the mountain.
This is how an iceberg rolls over:
“This old tree broke off in an unusual way.”
A coin-sized turtle.
“Today, I found out that yellow watermelons exist.”
“Salt in this old putty I have crystallized into perfect cubes.”
“This is how the polarization effect works.”
“I saw an albino peacock today.”
“I forgot that I left half of the cabbage in the kitchen on the windowsill, and now it’s blooming.”
The name of Victoria Falls in the language of the indigenous population was “Mosi-oa-Tunya” or “The Smoke That Thunders.”