The world around us never ceases to amaze. But with today’s access to the Internet, it’s hard to believe there are still things we don’t know about the world!
But have you ever seen what a skull of a whale looks like or what what the flying animals from the era of the dinosaurs looked like?
We couldn’t help but be amazed at every photo shown in this article. Tell us if they delighted you just as much.
This fish deserves its name, Black Swallower because they can swallow fish up to 10 times heavier than they are.
A train that goes through an occupied house in Chongqing, China.
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This camel’s hairstyle.
© molnix / Reddit
This cobra cub.
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The Greta oto butterfly with transparent wings.
The skull of a whale.
© Melivora_capensis / Redit
The colorfully bearded agama.
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A sea anemone.
Ash streams during the eruption of Mount Sinabung in Indonesia.
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The jaws of a Crabeater seal.
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“Mom bought an egg off eBay… Now we have an emu.”
© mwasbabu16 / Imgur
The puffer fish skeleton.
© MyLifeIsLikeABoxOfChocolateCoveredLiqourice / Imgur
The storage of ready cars at the Volkswagen factory.
These black opals.
© genericusername5 / Imgur
These largest known flying animals from the time of the dinosaurs.
© Saintyoungman / Imgur
The caterpillar of cosmic colors.
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A waterfall of lava.
© molnix / Reddit
“This is what a “split lobster” looks like. This coloring occurs in one of every 50 million lobsters.”
© Scaulbylausis / Reddit
“Freeman is an artificial island in San Pedro Ɓɑy, California, built in 1965.”
An exhibit at the Peabody Essex Museum.
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“Fossilized crinoids from the Kansas ocean of the Cretaceous Period.”
© WG55 / Reddit
This four-horned Jacob sheep’s skull.
© mightyfty / Reddit
A tooth of a whale.
© gershgoroth / Reddit
A fish with blue meat.
© rurlygonnasaythat / Reddit
Which of these photos impressed you the most? Do you have something as interesting as these? Please share it with us in the comments!