One would think that with technology at its peak and information and news traveling to the far side of the world within seconds we would have seen all that there is to see about our world. Any and every information is just a few keywords and clicks away on the internet. There are pictures and news articles making their way around the world keeping people everywhere updated with the latest.
However, there are still things out there which we haven’t seen. Then there are some things which we would be lucky to even see in photographs. Following are some of the rarest things and images from across the world.
Weighing over 400 pounds this is the heart of a blue whale.
A diver holds the egg of a shark against the sun from within water.
This is what a storm looks like from 37,000 feet above the surface of the ocean.
This is what a baby swordfish looks like.
The launch of a rocket.
“Decided to walk 7 hours into the jungle in Columbia alone. This is what met me (discovered later that this is the world’s highest palm tree).”
“This glacial iceberg in Greenland was… awesome. Never seen anything like it.”
An Armadillo lizard which will always be cooler than you.
A blood rainbow.
A lightening display during a volcanic eruption.
These mushrooms which actually look like little baby flames.
A tiny little baby Paper Nautilus.
What a lunar eclipse looks like from a plane. This passenger had an awesome view!
A sea turtle with moss growing all over its shell.
This gorgeous chameleon which will put any NYFW designer to shame.
The Great Wall of China isn’t just an endless wall. It has a starting point and this is where it ends.
Mountain lion hiding in snow covered trees. How many times do you actually look up into the trees while you are in the mountains during snowfall?
That tiny black dot to the left of the image is the planet Mercury orbiting the sun. This surely puts things into perspective.
The eye of a spider as seen under a microscope.
No, that is not the ocean. This actually a thick fog which makes wave patterns and looks like a painted ocean.
Just a way for Mother Nature to remind us who’s the boss: a fluorite obelisk.
Trachyandra plant which grows tentacles.
Quite literally, BTS (behind the scene).
Lion’s mane jellyfish which is awesome and scary at the same time.
This ghost bat which exists only in Australia.
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