“Ever heard of albino animals? Melanistic animals are the opposite.”
“This place looks like something from Lord Of The Rings.”
Samurai Training in 1860 (Japan)
Rainbow Mountain, Peru
“Once a year, for one night only....the flowers bloom!”
“Bee photobombs my dog.”
A UK WWII propaganda poster
“It is a bit ironic that while here in earth (the blue planet) the sunsets are red, in Mars (the red planet) the sunsets are blue.”
“Beer cans in Japan contain braille to let blind people know if a can contain beer in it, this was made so that they don't confuse them with sodas and juices. The can below says "sake" to warn people that it has alcohol.”
The skeleton of a stingray.
The growth cycle of a blueberry.
Hermit crab with glass shell.
TV camera from the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
Machapuchare, a sacred mountain in Nepal that has never been officially climbed.
This Coraline tattoo
Hotel in China
“This is the Lotus Temple located in Delhi, India. This temple is open to everyone, regardless of religon or any other qualification.”
Underside of a lily pad.
“Here are some gas masks designs for kids in World War I. Famous cartoon were used as references to make the mask. They made them like that to try to be less scary for kids.”
Lascaux hand paintings (17000 years old)
Safari park Lipstke , Oblast Russia
“Believe it or not, this massive pink crystal cluster is actually salt! pink halite salt from California that has formed in full, intact crystals!”
“SpaceX designed and built its own suits, which are custom-fit. The two astronauts who will test drive SpaceX’s brand new rocketship this Wednesday are veteran spacefliers. Here it is compared to the bulky, orange ascent and entry suits that they wore for previous missions by NASA.”
The perfectly shaped beach of São Martinho do Porto, Portugal.
These buildings in New York built on stilts.
20th century French artist's vision of what the future will be like.
The Tomb of Ramesses VI, The Valley of Kings, Egypt.
This is Hallgrímskirkja, a church located in Reykjavík, Iceland.
“Researchers Built Pyramid Cages To Study Living Cells. Electron Microscope Image.”
“Kowlooned walled city, The densest place in the world, ever. It was only 6.5 acres and was home to at least 33,000 people. It began to be demolished in early 1993 and finished in mid 1994.”
“Drawings from world oldest (11,000 years) temple.”
“Clams in Warsaw equipped with switches turn cities pumps off by closing when water quality drops.”
These glowworms hanging from a cave in New Zealand.
“Artist/Mechanic Brett Walter use these classic VW Bug fenders to create a couple of 'Volkspod' minibikes.”
This frozen bubble.
Monstrous lightning in Benevento, Italy.
“Once in a lifetime photograph.”
Fantastic Leaf-tailed Gecko.
100 year old picture of a Rwandan man.
Muhammad Alì & André The Giant, 1976.
This is what squid tentacles look like under a microscope.
The longest place name on the planet is 85 letters long.
“Apparently, my deck railing makes an awesome praying mantis nursery!”
This is actually a hurricane being viewed from space.
Hair after being cut buy a razor.
“This is not a GIF. The 'Rotating Snakes' optical illusion was created by Akiyoshi Kitaoka.”
“Volume of air and water in the world compared with Earth.”
“Known as the Serapeum of Saqqara, the massive black boxes were discovered buried in a hillside cave system about 12 miles south of the Great Pyramid of Giza. They weight 100 tons each and are estimated to have weighted 200-300 tons before carving.”
Tanks at the bottom of the sea (underwater Jordanian military museum)
Cart-ruts on ancient Roman roads in Pompeii.
Falcon 9 closeup
“A microscopic photo of a post it note being pulled apart.”
This is Fallingwater, a modern house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935.
“Spiders have paws that are insanely adorable.”