It may seem to you that nothing will surprise you and you have already seen everything. But this is not the case! Take a look at these pictures and discover something new.
Tornadoes in the Gulf of Mexico on the Louisiana coast
The seal guarding the entrance to the tomb of King Tutankhamun. When this photo was taken in 1923, the seal remained intact for over 3,200 years.
What happens if you leave an iron ladder in a mineral spring
Bioluminescent phytoplankton in the Persian Gulf
This 4,600-year-old Egyptian statue made from sycamore wood looks so lifelike thanks to eyes made of rock crystal and small copper plates. This is one example of the outstanding level of craftsmanship and realism achieved as far back as 2600 BC.
If you didn’t know, this is what a pure DNA molecule looks like.
Here’s what DNA looks like extracted from 6 strawberries.
Back side of Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci
German shepherd with dwarfism
It looks like a flying fish up close
Archaeologists have discovered a mosaic in Zeugme, Turkey that has not been seen for over 2,000 years
Most birds don’t have eyelashes. The secretary bird is one of the few exceptions
The web can freeze too
Under the microscope, you can see that the shark’s skin is actually not smooth at all.
The skull of a whale looks like the skull of a huge bird
This is what a bald raccoon looks like. The animal has lost its fur due to a skin disease
Mummified dinosaur at the Museum of Canada
Zweichender sword that belonged to Pier Grutte (1480-1520), a Frisian pirate and military leader
Marriage certificate dated 1841. Found in the attic. The document appears to be genuine.
A look at the Richat structure, also known as the Eye of the Sahara.
These are the ancient remains of a mega-mud volcano, which have acquired asymmetrical shape as a result of erosion and weathering. This geological formation is visible even from space.