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20 Times People Surprise Us With Their Interesting Discoveries

Although we do not always have time, the Internet gives us the possibility of revealing great discoveries of new artifacts. Even since 2010s came to an end, we can look back on an era global with discovery. In due time, scientists around the world made remarkable progress. More specifically, their scientific work was entirely focused in understanding the human body, our planet, and the cosmos that surrounds us. Such discoveries were either discovered daily or at the past. They might also include rarities and abilities of exotic animals or new forms of art. What’s more, science in the 2010s became more global and collaborative than ever before.

When we view certain archaeological discoveries, we should be reminded of the creativity of our ancient ancestors. Puzzling ancient finds have indeed a way of captivating the public. Maybe because it’s just too easy to dream up interesting explanations for how and why things exist.

Among the many information of recent times, TheInfo Times have collected 20 discoveries that will surely interest you. In addition, we think that these discoveries will set the stage for more amazing finds in the decade to come. Therefore, scroll down and check out the images shown below. Also, don’t forget to upvote your favorite discovery!

1. This crystal structure is called an “Icosahedron” and is worth $ 250,000. It is created by the British artist, Anthony James.

2. Amazing mango fruit.

3. This tapir cub can weigh 300 kilos. The female has only one calf and the gestation period is 14 months.

4. Kummakivi, the largest rock that has been in equilibrium for 12,000 years, in Ruokolahti, Finland.

5. Discovery. Cetacea Event Declared.

6. A sparrow fish caught in the Arctic Ocean at 1700 meters deep.

7. Tasmanian devils glow in the dark by bio-fluorescence. Their skin absorbs UV light and then sends it back as visible blue light.

8. Bacteria that transforms waste from copper mining into pure copper, providing an inexpensive and environmentally friendly way to synthesize it and clean up pollution.

9. Roman mosaic pavements under the vineyards of Negrar di Valpolicella, in the province of Verona-Italy.

10. The egg of “Emu”, an Australian ostrich-like bird, can weigh around 500 grams and is equivalent to almost 12 chicken eggs.

11. New drug to regenerate lost teeth

12. An old German encryption machine of the legendary brand “Enigma” found in the Baltic Sea.

13. The Mandarin Duck or Mandarin Multicolor Duck (Aix galericulata)

14. The oldest house in France, built in the 13th century.

15. Natural Selection vs Artificial Selection

16. This violin belonged to Wallace Hartley (Titanic violinist) who died in the sinking. The violin was tied, sσ it was recovered.

17. The “dracaena” (which in Greek means “female dragon”), grows only on the island of Madagascar.

18. From 32,000-year-old seeds found 38 meters below permafrost, Russian scientists were able to cultivate this plant.

19. Between the years 176 and 192 the Column of Marco Aurelio was built. Here we can see details of his engravings.

20. The statue “El Moisés” by Michelangelo is sσ perfect that you can see the muscle of the forearm activated by lifting the little finger.