Each of us go through life, blissfully unaware of so many things. It’s completely normal; most people are familiar with only a small fraction of things that exist on this planet. Luckily, thanks to technological advances and photography, we can learn about the world in many different ways.
Take these rare and unusual photos, for example. You probably haven’t seen any of these before… but that didn’t stop them from existing. Learn a few things today by checking out these photos. You won’t be sorry.
1.) This is just one picture (and some tricky forced perspective).
2.) A tiny sea turtle rides a jelly fish.
3.) An arctic wolf made only using pipe cleaners.
4.) A sand bar near the Bermuda Triangle that destroyed 16 ships.
5.) A path-laying machine that weaves bricks together.
6.) The internal mechanism of a watch by Patek Philippe, one of the finest watch makers in the world.
7.) A rare photo of the Hoover Dam before there was water.
8.) Perfect cubes of pyrite formed naturally.
9.) Bismuth and its iridescent surface.
10.) What a human sees (above) and what a cat sees (below).
11.) This fish eats prey 10x it’s size and mass.
12.) Glass that melted during a building fire.
13.) The deepest swimming pool (113ft) can hold 600,000 gallons of water.
14.) What the human jaw looks like before losing baby teeth.
15.) A talented lizard shed his skin in one, smooth attempt.
16.) A masterfully drawn sketch of a wave.
17.) This is what the inside of any airliner looks like.
18.) A giant sword memorial on the coast of Norway.
19.) Present day Manhattan… and what it would have looked like 400 years ago.
20.) What Space Mountain looks like inside with all of the lights on.
21.) The difference a decade makes in Dubai.
22.) What a liter bottle looks like before adding compressed air.
23.) The epic Fukang Meteorite.
24.) A cabinet carved to look like it was a glitch.
25.) What grass looks like after being struck by lightning.
26.) The most incredible thing you can do with a stack of coins.
27.) This 3D printed cast with ultrasound technology helps bones heal 40% faster.
28.) An aerial view of a bridge over icy water.
29.) A picture of fireworks, taken by a camera that refocused during the explosion.
30.) The space shuttle Atlantis seen by the International Space Station.
31.) A way to use old rail cars as bridges.
32.) An eclipse and a sunset, occurring at the same time.
33.) A loaf of glass art. Each slice is worth about $5,000.
Impressed? Hopefully, you were. There are a lot of wild and wonderful things on this planet. You just have to discover them! Share these epic photos with others by clicking below. They’re too good to keep to yourself.