1. Someone Spotted A Rare Albino Buck
Someone noticed an albino buck near their daughter's daycare and all we can think is that Harry Potter is nearby yelling Expecto Patronum!
Albino deer are rare. Albinism is caused due to a lack of melanin, a dark brown-to-black pigment found in the skin, hair, and iris of animals and people.
2. Cyclist Janez Brajkovič Shows What Steroids Eventually Do To A Cyclist's Legs
When ex-world champion cyclist Janez Brajkovič shared a photo of his leg following his return to sports after 10 months, it took the internet by storm.
The 37-year-old was suspended after testing positive for a contaminated food supplement. He made a comeback and shared a post on Instagram with a caption, "It's only about not f*cking it up now."
3. Basically, A Shiny Pokémon
They say purple is the color of royalty, so it means this grasshopper is no exception.
We hope other grasshoppers accepted this one because it is a very unusual color. You'd need to buy 1500+ loot boxes even in a game to guarantee to open the rare pink skin.
4. The Wool Of An Australian Merino Sheep
Merino is one of the most popular breeds of sheep because of its soft fine wool. As the sheep's wool coat never stops growing, it needs to be sheared at least once a year.
Did you know that sheep are intelligent and they can recognize up to 50 other sheep faces and even recognize human faces as well?
5. This Snail's Shell Is So Clear It Looks Like Glass
Someone found a snail with a crystal clear shell. We believe that a snail that lives in a glass shell is probably too small to cast stones (a reference to a proverb "Those who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.")
Did you know that snails and slugs are related to shellfish? They are in the same category as clams, oysters, and mussels. Moreover, they're also considered one of the most diverse animals in terms of habitat and behaviors.
6. A Music Typewriter
This is how music was typed before the computer made things a lot easier. This one is from the 1950s and only a handful are left today.
It was marketed in the 1950s and sold for about $255 at that time. The reason it is sideways is that the whole mechanism rotates so you can type notes upside down.
7. Not A Loch Ness Monster's Vertebrae
You can find fin whale vertebrae beneath the water in Svalbard, Norway. This is why people in the past were so sure that sea monsters existed.
Just so you know, the fin whale is the second-largest animal to ever live in the earth's history. It can reach lengths of at least 85 feet (26m) and can live for 80 to 90 years.
8. Mosquito Full Of Blood
Mosquitos are just like family, annoying but they carry your blood. When you're almost asleep, the mosquito is like, "Wait, let me play you the song of my people."
In this photo, someone woke up and actually managed to find the mosquito that just bit them. Instead of just swatting it, like most of us would do, he noticed that this particular mosquito's body was translucent, and took a picture of his blood still in the abdomen.
9. These Photos Show How A Person Doesn't Sweat From Their Scars
Did you know that scars don't seem to sweat? As some people have sweaty hands, we can see how this photo might tempt them into doing something foolish.
Sweat glands don't reproduce in scar tissue. This is why regulating body temperature is very important for victims of serious body burns as they can no longer maintain temperatures normally.
10. A Chameleon Wearing Pajamas
It seems like this chameleon is about to cook some meth. Soon we're going to get Pixar's Breaking Bad: Chameleon Version. By the way, there are about 200 different chameleon species and almost half of them live in Madagascar.
They change color to regular body temperature or communicate. And did you know that a chameleon's spit is 400 times more viscous than that of a human being? It means their saliva is super sticky.
11. A Tiny Warrior
This baby was born weighing only 268 grams (9.45oz) remained in the Neonatal Care unit for months in Tokyo. He is the smallest baby boy ever to survive after being born so prematurely.
But the smallest baby ever was a girl born in December 2018. On that day, baby Saybie was born weighing just 245g (8.6oz). According to the Tiniest Baby Registry, she is the smallest baby ever to survive.
12. It Tastes The Same
When chickens don't have enough calcium in their diet, they tend to lay eggs with no shell and just a soft membrane sack.
You can freeze chicken eggs for up to 1 year. Simply whip eggs together lightly, add a little salt, and put the mixture in a freezer bag. By the way, fresher eggs remain at the bottom of the heated pot, and old eggs float up in a boiling water pot.
13. That's Fukang Amazing
It must be a special feeling to hold a 4.5 billion-year-old Fukang meteorite. It was discovered in the mountains near Fukang, China in 2000.
Just so you know, this guy is holding it in front of the sun to expose those vibrant colors.
14. Inside of A Traffic Light
The first non-electric gas-lit traffic lights were installed outside the Houses of Parliament in London in 1868. They were gas-powered and operated by hand. However, they weren't successful as they exploded and injured the policemen operating them.
The first electric traffic lights were installed in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1914. Garret Morgan was the one who invented an automated traffic light.
15. Glowing Shrimps
The reason why these shrimps are glowing is that they have eaten bioluminescent plankton.
Scientists discovered that this type of plankton starts glowing whenever they are agitated. The tiny organisms use a chemical called luciferin to produce light.
16. That's What Havoc Looks Like
This is a photograph of a nuclear explosion taken less than one millisecond after detonation. A nuclear explosion causes destruction by releasing high levels of radiation.
When the United States dropped two atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, it was the first-ever disastrous impact from nuclear energy.
17. Where Is Money Heist’s Professor?
Did you find it interesting? It would've been much more exciting if the money was in your bank account, right?
Don't worry as the money is just resting there until the Nigerian prince gets the shipping charges (remember that email scam?).
18. A Mob Boss
Have you ever seen a dog dental implant before? What is more intimidating than a guard dog? A guard dog with a couple of titanium teeth!
Now the dog looks like a James Bond villain. He could also become a rapper, right?
19. 140 Million Year Old Dinosaur Femur
This is a 500kg dinosaur femur that was dug up in the Charente region of France.
The bone belongs to a sauropod, a sub-group of enormous quadrupedal herbivorous dinosaurs with long necks and small heads.
20. Worst Slip-N-Slide Ever
This pile of broken glass is actually a frozen Lake Michigan. Tens of thousands of sharp ice shards make the lake look like a giant arctic porcupine.
We don't know about you, but we think that it looks like a "finish him" floor from Mortal Kombat!
21. Rocks On The Lake Baikal
Lake Baikal is a rift lake located in southern Siberia, Russia. The incredible natural phenomenon on Lake Baikal is called "Baikal Zen."
In the rare phenomenon, rocks get heated from the sunlight and melt the ice beneath. When the ice turns solid again, it creates a small stand from the rock above.
22. Inside of a Frag Grenade
A spring-loaded striker inside the grenade triggers the firing mechanism. That's why you have to hold the lever on top to keep the striker in place before throwing it at the target.
Early grenades were iron balls filled with a long fuse and gunpowder. As some grenades were too big to throw, some armies even assigned special soldiers called "grenadiers" to roll or throw grenades.
23. The Best Shower Ever
When nature forms a shower inside a cave, you cannot resist the temptation of taking a bath unless you’re that Iranian man who has not taken a bath in 60 years.
We can bet your voice would sound amazing singing in there! Maybe it is the Fountain of Youth.
24. An Albino Ladybug
Ladybugs are so pretty, right? There are close to 5,000 different species of ladybugs and they come in various patterns and colors.
A ladybug can eat about 5,000 aphids in its lifetime. Moreover, ladybugs hibernate in winter and may even eat their eggs after laying about 1,000 tiny gold-colored eggs in one season.
25. Go Home Tulips. You're Drunk
These tulips blooming in the snow gives us high hopes that 2021 would be a great year. There are over 150 species of tulips worldwide, and they bloom for only 3-7 days in the spring.
According to Teleflora, purple colored tulips represent loyalty and red symbolizes true love.
26. Not Superman's Fortress of Solitude
There are caves in Mexico with crystals as big as trees. However, exploring the caves for too long could put your life in danger.
It is because of the higher humidity level in the cave and 50 degrees Celsius. It means the coldest place in the cave should be the inside of your lungs.
27. An Ancient Curse?
This poor scorpion turned entirely into copper. It was found in a mine in Southern Arizona, US.
It seems like the scorpion became entombed in the rock and copper-rich fluids came into contact with it.
28. Another Promo of Ant-Man?
Interestingly, this is an ant's face under an electron microscope. The antennae holes look more like eyes than the actual eyes.
There are more than 12,000 species of ants. Moreover, an ant can actually lift 20 times its own body weight. When ants fight, it is usually to the death!
29. Looks Like One Sick Album Cover
What you're looking at is the human heart stripped of all muscle and fat, exposing cardiac veins and coronary arteries. Which living creature has the smallest heart? It is the fairyfly.
Did you know that your heart pumps approximately 2,000 gallons of blood in a day? In 1893, the world's first open-heart surgery occurred.
30. Is It An Alien Ship?
This looks like a sci-fi film scene, but it is actually a 160,000 M³ MKIII containment tank for liquefied natural gas on a cargo ship.
And isn't this the place from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse? It is so huge that we can't help but wonder how fun it would be to find leaks in it.
31. A Retirement Clock
Someone shared a photo of a clock they found in their grandparents' home that measures time on a one week scale.
The whole 9-5 thing is a privilege many don’t have. To someone who works all the time, days get mixed up very easily.
32. A Cat With Sauron’s Eyes
We wouldn't be surprised if her name is PRECIOUS. One does not simply walk into Mordor without her permission. The fabulous feline sees all.
Cats are not completely color-blind. Their color vision is limited and they can see colors blue and yellow fairly well.
33. Holy Guacamole
This avocado at grandma’s place is nearly 2 kilograms. Classic Grandma. She keeps feeding you even when you're not hungry.
By the way, a family in Hawaii holds the record for growing the world's heaviest avocado, weighed in at 5.6 pounds (2.5 kilograms).
34. Savage Cabbage
Cabbage always comes to the rescue when you have no solid salad ideas. There are over 400 varieties of cabbage out there and yet we fell in love with this one.
According to Guinness World Records, the heaviest cabbage weighed 62.71 kilograms. Scott A. Robb presented it at the Alaska State Fair.
35. A 'Higher' View
There is a cannabis field in the middle of a cornfield. Instead of making it a perfect square, they should’ve oddly spread it out and claimed, “nature did it”.
So the farmer who grew cannabis got caught. Google Maps keeps on snitching on everybody.
36. So, Does Size Matter?
That's a functionally valid banana and we think that size doesn't matter. Or does it?
As Americans love bananas, we've a fun fact to share. Believe it or not, humans share about 50% of their DNA with bananas.
37. A Giant Sunflower
We feel that the sunflower is one of the most underrated flowers of all. And roses are overrated.
Start giving sunflowers to your lover. After all, there are thousands of tiny flowers that make one sunflower. The fuzzy brown center of a sunflower is actually thousands of small flowers.
38. When The Recipe Call For One Clove of Garlic
Someone bought garlic and found that there were no separate cloves. Some people would love to pay extra for garlic like this one because peeling each clove is no fun.
As garlic is native to central Asia, China grows two-thirds of the world's garlic. Moreover, garlic's use dates back to ancient history.
39. Dinosaurs' Emo Cousin
This is the claw of a male southern cassowary. And you thought dinosaurs were extinct. Here are some fun facts about the bird. It is the world's second-heaviest bird. It is aggressive and extremely territorial.
The female cassowaries breed with a lot of partners and abandon the eggs after laying them. This is where the male takes over the nest and doesn't eat or drink for at least 50 days. And that's not it. The males also raise and defend the chicks for the next nine months.
40. Parmesan Aging Warehouse
Parmesan is an Italian extra-hard cheese made of cow’s milk. Often called the "king of cheeses," Parmesan wheels are aged 18 to 36 months before being delicious sprinkled on top of our pasta.
Only cheese from the Reggio or the Parma area can be legally called "Parmesan" cheese.
41. "Take My Strong Hand!"
This crayfish is regrowing a lost claw and all we can think about is Deadpool's baby hand.
Did you know that Crayfish are cousins of the lobsters? Scientists found fossils of crayfish that prove they are about 150 million years old.
42. They Aren’t Eyes, They’re Planets
This blind cat Soren has really amazing eyes. It seems like the cat has seen all the possible futures.
If you have a blind cat, you should know that cats do not know they cannot see. In fact, they act like "normal" cats and do almost everything that any other cat can do.
43. Poor Groot
This is a Macadamia nut tree with red sap that appears to bleed when you cut into it. The average macadamia tree can produce up to 65 pounds of nuts per year.
Imagine coming across this while hiking through the woods. Would you think you came across a murder scene?
44. Oyster With Pearls Inside
A natural pearl formed inside a particular oyster, clam, or mussel species is called an Oriental pearl.
An Oriental pearl forms when an irritant enters the oyster and the defense mechanism of the species start to secrete a fluid to coat the irritant. It takes years and layers upon layers of the coating to form a beautiful pearl.
45. Forbidden Caramel
These icicles have orange color because of the sap concentration in the tree. Does anyone want to find out what flavor it is?
If there is any volunteer, we know the best way to taste an icicle. But we’re not going to tell you.
46. Blue Java Banana
The hardy, cold-tolerant banana cultivar is known as "ice cream banana" because of its ice cream-like consistency and flavor like vanilla.
Like other varieties of bananas, they're also great sources of manganese, fiber, and vitamins B6 and C. They can help promote weight loss and support digestive health.
47. The Googly Eyes Really Takes The Cake
This is how a zoo feeds baby Hornbills. Hornbills believe in the family system and keep their chicks close. Even when the chicks grow up, they stay with their parents for quite some time.
Hornbills and monkeys form an unlikely friendship. Hornbills eat the insects that annoy monkeys and recognize any warning calls monkeys given out in case of danger.
48. Benjamin Button of Eggs
If you haven't watched the movie The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, you might not understand the title we gave to this photo.
Maybe it is a wise old egg that has seen a lot of things. Or who knows, maybe Larry King finally laid an egg.
49. When The Color Red Is Too Overrated
According to a legend, the blue stop sign is what you see when you’re driving way too fast. But is it legal?
It is probably not legal as traffic engineers have to abide by a certain book called the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices with specs such as signage colors and dimensions to avoid confusing drivers from state to state across the USA.
50. Human Turtle
This person's neck skin is stretchy enough to allow him to suck on it with no hands. He has hyperelastic skin.
Gary Turner holds the current Guinness World Record for the stretchiest skin. He stretched the skin on his abdomen to a length of 6.25 inches.