That’s A Wow Right There! (34 gifs)

Posted in GIF       17 Jul 2020       10315       6

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African Egg eater defense mechanism

Double bullseye

Relative to its body, a crow's brain and a primate brain are comparable. Scientists compare the intelligence of crows to that of a seven-year-old human child...clearly they also like to play like a child.

This hidden staircase

You Can Check The Level Of Tightness Visually With These Smart Bolts

Izismile Video Collection

The Brazilian desert lagoons, Lençóis Maranhenses

One of the largest aquarium tanks in the world, which holds nearly 2 million gallons of water. (The Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium in Japan)

How this field full of fireflies looks at night

Functional ATM made from lego... that 'pays' in lego bricks

This frog ate a firefly

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Interesting truck modification for wheelchair accessibility

This is how alligators survive when the water freezes

How insanely fluffy a snowy owl is

What your thoughts look like, a timelapse of neurons making new connections

“I had no idea that capybaras are so agile underwater.”

Self-taught artist Sergi Cadenas uses kinetic art to show a different work depending on where it is observed from. Here, the figures age varies depending on the viewers angle.

The Q'eswachaka bridge in Peru is rebuilt every year by hundreds of locals. This 124-foot-long bridge is handwoven.



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Senie 1 weeks ago
very informative when we see how some things are made and others how they work, good post
       
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Corey 1 weeks ago
#7. What are gallons ? 194 out of the 197 countries in the world use the metric system, only Liberia, Myanmar and the USA use the old Imperial system. Is this site only for people in those countries ?

#11. That's not a truck, that's a ute. Trucks are Kenworth, Mack, White, Western Star.

#20. What are miles ?
       
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CookieDevourer 1 weeks ago
Corey,

there are 196 countries. Additionally to those 3 countries you named, UK and Australia still use imperial units in daily life
       
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Pres 1 weeks ago
Corey,
a gallon is 6½ dunking donuts
a mile is 1356 washingmachines

also, you must be fun at parties
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Derrick 1 weeks ago
Yes Cory, this site is only for Liberia, Myanmar, the USA and the U.K.. But only for U.K. folks if the picture relates to measurement. If not, it’s not for them. I have also corrected the spelling of your name to how it would be spelled like in those countries. Your welcome.
       
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Jay 1 weeks ago
Derrick, UK uses both metric and imperial. Tends to be older folks thinking about miles, gallons, ounces and such. Be gone in 20/30 years.
       
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