The world is an intriguing place. However, our mundane everyday lives sometimes make us forget that. To remind you about the interesting things around us, Bored Panda has compiled a collection of rarely seen pictures, and they should definitely catch you off-guard. But in a totally good way.

From a grain of sand magnified 300 times to a butterfly that's half male, half female, we included both the common and the rare. This way, you'll be able to rediscover the ordinary and expand your world view.

Continue scrolling for your daily dose of awe, upvote your favorite entries and don't forget to leave a comment under the ones that surprised you the most. Also, if your thirst for eye-opening images is bigger than this post, check out Bored Panda's earlier lists of 50 Times People Found The Most Unexpected Things and 73 Rare Photos Reveal The Unseen Side Of Things, And It Will Change The Way You See The World.

#1

The Local Nursing Home Is An Indoor Town. There's A Movie Theater And Pub

The Local Nursing Home Is An Indoor Town. There's A Movie Theater And Pub

This place is called "Doverwood Village". It's a skilled nursing facility located in Hamilton, OH. Senior residents receive 24-hour medical care while also getting the rehabilitation care they need, which can include range of motion exercises, gait and balance training and individualized exercise programs. The movie theater shows movies 2x each day. An old one and a new one.

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Charlotte
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1 year ago

Aww, it looks soooo cosy! I want to live there too!

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#2

This Is What Some Grains Of Sand Look Like When Magnified 100 To 300 Times

This Is What Some Grains Of Sand Look Like When Magnified 100 To 300 Times

Gary Greenberg introduces himself as a scientist, author, teacher and photographer who combines his passion for art and science by exploring the hidden dimensions of nature. "The secrets of nature are visible everywhere. Yet, they remain secrets until they are revealed," he wrote on his website."The miracles of nature are tangible, and they can be seen directly through the microscope. The magnificence of nature lies in its consciousness. When we commune with nature, we become conscious of our connection with the universe."
And he knows what he's talking about. Greenberg invented the high-definition 3D lenses that he takes his pictures on, resulting in 18 U.S. patents under his name. He was a photographer and filmmaker until age 33 when he moved from LA to London and earned a Ph. D. in biomedical research. This has given him a unique appreciation for biological and scientific curiosities and for the optical macro photography technologies he would need to document them.
The sand composition can vary drastically depending on where it’s from, but this grain is from a beach in Hawaii, where Dr. Greenberg is located.

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

Wow! This is fascinating. One of them resembles a honeycomb, and a couple of them look like snail shells.

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#3

This Purely Golden Bee Landed On My Car Today

This Purely Golden Bee Landed On My Car Today

This bee is most likely a Cordovans honey bee. It has a color mutation that inhibits black

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

Bees are the best!

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#4

Rocks On The Lake Baikal

Rocks On The Lake Baikal

Rocks on the lake Baikal get heated from the sunlight every now and then and melt the ice beneath. After the sun is gone, the ice turns solid again thus creating a small stand for the rock above. It is called the Baikal Dzen.

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Vicky Zar
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1 year ago

That water/ ice looks like goo to me...

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#5

Saw A Snail Today While I Was Outside And Its Shell Is Crystal Clear

Saw A Snail Today While I Was Outside And Its Shell Is Crystal Clear

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

I had a pet snail for two years. It liked to eat lettuce and other leafy greens.

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#6

This Cat I Met Today Has Sauron’s Eyes

This Cat I Met Today Has Sauron’s Eyes

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Phoebe Bean
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1 year ago

"Give us the Precious"

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#7

My Friend's Blind Cat Soren Has Amazing Eyes

My Friend's Blind Cat Soren Has Amazing Eyes

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Bill
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1 year ago

Must control the Spice,

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#8

This Is A Music Typewriter: How Music Was Typed Before Computers

This Is A Music Typewriter: How Music Was Typed Before Computers

Marketed in the 1950s, it sold for about $255 (about $2,415 in today’s money). Keaton was trying to create something that would print characters precisely on staff and indicate exactly where the next character would be printed to ensure accuracy, and ended up with a circular keyboard which gives the typewriter its distinct look.

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Phoebe Bean
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1 year ago

Wow!

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#9

This Little Transparent Guy Landed On Me In The Ecuadorian Amazon

This Little Transparent Guy Landed On Me In The Ecuadorian Amazon

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

It's beautiful! I have never seen one like it.

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#10

Sun Through A UV Lens

Sun Through A UV Lens

A suite of NASA's sun-gazing spacecraft have spotted an unusual series of eruptions in which a series of fast puffs forced the slow ejection of a massive burst of solar material from the sun's atmosphere. "Looking at the corona in extreme ultraviolet light we see the source of the puffs is a series of energetic jets and related flares," said Nathalia Alzate, a solar scientist at the University of Aberystwyth in Wales. "The jets are localized, catastrophic releases of energy that spew material out from the sun into space. These rapid changes in the magnetic field cause flares, which release a huge amount of energy in a very short time in the form of super-heated plasma, high-energy radiation and radio bursts."

Nathalia Alzate / SDO Report

Flisey
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1 year ago

Looks like a Monet painting

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#11

Blue Bees Exist (Blue Carpenter Bee)

Blue Bees Exist (Blue Carpenter Bee)

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

I love it!

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#12

Tulips Blooming In The Snow

Tulips Blooming In The Snow

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Chyppa Homer
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1 year ago

Not to brag, but in our front yard in April 2017 17966200_1...325a2a.jpg 17966200_1403880842983394_7165638928224647215_o-5df1fc8325a2a.jpg

Nea
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1 year ago

Oh I would definitely brag about this :)

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Cody Eriksen
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1 year ago

all other wild species of flora or fauna: *hibernates or dies or seeks shelter the tulip: 'Hold my Beer'

Daniel (ShadowDrakken)
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1 year ago

I mean, I know snow is getting rare these days, but how is this a "rarely seen thing"? Tulips naturally bloom in the snow, it's their normal.

Valley Girl
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1 year ago

If you live in Orange County, California--or anywhere snow is nonexistent--this is most certainly "rarely seen."

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I love Foxxy
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1 year ago

I love the pop of colour through the white.

your_lesbian_friend
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1 year ago

lol tulips get confused easily... weather is nice for a few weeks then they bloom and it snows again :P

Ahnnah Newell
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1 year ago

That is common in Ukraine

Amazon QT
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1 year ago

Tulips are beautiful.

Thunder
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1 year ago

Dutchboys: WUT TULIPS IN THE WINTER?!?!

Sonja
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1 year ago

Aaaah sooo beautiful...

Slinkman
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1 year ago

Nice contrast

Panda Kicki
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1 year ago

I suspect it was an ambush ...

Phoebe Bean
Community Member
1 year ago

It's magical!

Gail Kilcline Garrepy
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1 year ago

God still makes beautiful things happen!

Paul Chang
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1 year ago

Wtf?

Phyllis Trevorrow
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1 year ago

Amazing

Jana Kind
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1 year ago

Beautiful

Donna Reynolds
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1 year ago

Magical.

Adelina Alvarez
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh my, how absolutely beautiful!!! I had no idea tulips could do this. I know that crocuses can do this...

Karen Klinck
Community Member
1 year ago

For Mother's Day one year, I bought 24 fancy varieties, and planted them for my mother. 23 came up. Mom awaited spring and reflowering. 3 came up. The rest had been eaten to the ground by rabbits, then the bulbs eaten by squirrels. Those three didn't make it past that year. I hate squirrels! (And I'm not too fond of wild rabbits, either.)

Elin Weiss
Community Member
1 year ago

Should be mandatory with every snowstorm!

EllieGirl
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1 year ago

thats cool

Pamela Scott
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1 year ago

Here is South East Ohio this happens to our daphodils and tulips alot!

Ellen D.
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1 year ago

Spring’s way of saying “hi!”.

Genevieve Drevet
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1 year ago

For those of us who are challenged by winter, just remember... everyday brings us closer to spring!

Naomi
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1 year ago

WOAH..

Gina Manire
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1 year ago

Loveky

Jane Forst
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1 year ago

What a gorgeous sight...and picture.

Liz Sahlin Johansson
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1 year ago

Living in Sweden I know this isn’t so rare. It often comes snow so far as early may sometimes. It doesn’t last even a whole day, but it looks strange among all flower in those short hours.

Larry Walser
Community Member
1 year ago

Wierd

Faith Nicole
Community Member
1 year ago

Thats so beautiful

Tamara McCullough
Community Member
1 year ago

BEAUTIFUL!!!

Kim Koncewicz
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1 year ago

W

Pam Hoaglund
Community Member
1 year ago

Really beautiful!

Christine Merrall
Community Member
1 year ago

That could be Calgary. I have seen snow in July, lol

Louise Brigance
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1 year ago

Our tulips have gotten snow covered more than once...we're in Idaho USA

Kim Lorton
Community Member
1 year ago

With climate change(yes, mr. I don't see it), for the last few years, our daffodils have come in as early as late December! When we moved here in 2004, they would come in the spring! I live in Ga. USA!

JJM
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1 year ago

And where would that be 'cos I'd like to there.

Kelly Horrigan
Community Member
1 year ago

yay!!

nala simba
Community Member
1 year ago

Wonderful!

Marlene Ricker
Community Member
1 year ago

Silly tulips kind of jumped the gun on spring!

Cathy Carey
Community Member
1 year ago

They should enter this one in a photo contest!

Uma Maheswar Nakka
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1 year ago

BEAUTIFUL COLORS

shado
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1 year ago

... gotta be down around Vancouver or the lower mainland somewhere

Shanti
Community Member
1 year ago

Stunning!

Joan Churton
Community Member
1 year ago

For heavens sake. I didn't know tulips bloomed in the snow. Thanks for sharing. I like

Jene' Williams
Community Member
1 year ago

That is God's doing

Jan Fonti
Community Member
1 year ago

You need to print and frame this!

Wendy Dyson
Community Member
1 year ago

Stunning!

Karen Jeffery
Community Member
1 year ago

Where?

Maria Rohlen
Community Member
1 year ago

Very common, like every spring?

sassygirl
Community Member
1 year ago

awesome. 👍

Sadie Jayne
Community Member
1 year ago

Saving this! I will use it for my desktop later when I get really tired of winter!

Kris “ADHD_Carrier” Dudoich
Community Member
1 year ago

It's so extraordinary how tulips handle cold so well. Where I live they bloom for only about a month before it gets too hot for them.

Janelle Northcut
Community Member
1 year ago

Desktop background worthy.

Janelle Northcut
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1 year ago

Desjtop background worthy

Johanne Trudeau
Community Member
1 year ago

A tad bit early?!?! No???

jan york
Community Member
1 year ago

Beautiful 😍

Juliette Vries
Community Member
1 year ago

💞 I'm Dutch, love this. It's in my genes.

Layla Corman
Community Member
1 year ago

Looks like Upstate NY

AuntyJem
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1 year ago

Lovely

Miranda Panda
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1 year ago

B.E.A.UTIFUL!!

Laura Ford-Everett
Community Member
1 year ago

amazing! both photos!

Melanie Peapell
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1 year ago

Beautiful

glowworm2
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1 year ago

Absolutely beautiful.

Grace Marraffa
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1 year ago

Wow cool that is beautiful

Sunzilla
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1 year ago

Cool.

Amy Frank
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1 year ago

Beautiful

European other
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1 year ago

Natural and amazing !

Pink kitty
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1 year ago

Beautiful!

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#13

This Sea Slug, Which Looks Like A Leaf, Can Go Without Eating For 9 Months, Because It Can Photosynthesize Just Like A Plant While Basking In The Sun

This Sea Slug, Which Looks Like A Leaf, Can Go Without Eating For 9 Months, Because It Can Photosynthesize Just Like A Plant While Basking In The Sun

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

Incredible...

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#14

A Curly-Haired Horse

A Curly-Haired Horse

The exact origin of the Bashkir Curly Horse is one of the greatest mysteries of the horse world. Horses with curly coats are most certainly an ancient breed. They have been depicted in art and statuary in early China as far back as 161 AD. There has been evidence of their presence in South America and Europe. There is evidence that Curlies have been in North America since the early 1800's.

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Helen Haley
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1 year ago

That horse looks so snuggly.

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#15

My Neighbor's House Encased In Ice After The Recent Blizzard In Ohio (On Shore Of Lake Erie)

My Neighbor's House Encased In Ice After The Recent Blizzard In Ohio (On Shore Of Lake Erie)

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

This is amazing...It looks like a frozen fortress.

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#16

Assisted Living Facility Made To Look Like A Small 1940s American Town

Assisted Living Facility Made To Look Like A Small 1940s American Town

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Saskia Klug
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1 year ago

Oh, I like that one! If the ceiling was clear it would be perfect!

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#17

140 Million Year Old, 500 Kg Dinosaur Femur Discovered In France

140 Million Year Old, 500 Kg Dinosaur Femur Discovered In France

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Mimi
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1 year ago

Wow! We all know they were big. But The mere dimension and the contrast to the guy. I'm deeply impressed.

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#18

This Shower Formed Naturally Inside A Cave

This Shower Formed Naturally Inside A Cave

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Don Golosso
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1 year ago

Fantastic, let's hope we don't get to see too many pictures with IG-influencers taking a shower there.

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#19

This Butterfly Is A Bilateral Gynandromorph, Literally Half Male, Half Female

This Butterfly Is A Bilateral Gynandromorph, Literally Half Male, Half Female

A gynandromorph is an organism that contains both male and female characteristics. But this butterfly is a bilateral gynandromorph, which means one half is completely female and the other half is completely male. The cause of this phenomenon is typically, but not always, an event in mitosis during early development. While the organism contains only a few cells, one of the dividing cells does not split its sex chromosomes typically. This leads to one of the two cells having sex chromosomes that cause male development and the other cell having chromosomes that cause female development. For example, an XY cell undergoing mitosis duplicates its chromosomes, becoming XXYY. Usually this cell would divide into two XY cells, but in rare occasions the cell may divide into an X cell and an XYY cell. If this happens early in development, then a large portion of the cells are X and a large portion are XYY. Since X and XYY dictate different sexes, the organism has tissue that is female and tissue that is male.

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

A hermaphrodite of the butterfly world...

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#20

Nasa's Photo Of Pluto

Nasa's Photo Of Pluto

NASA's New Horizons spacecraft captured this high-resolution enhanced color view of Pluto on July 14, 2015. The image combines blue, red and infrared images taken by the Ralph/Multispectral Visual Imaging Camera (MVIC). Pluto's surface sports a remarkable range of subtle colors, enhanced in this view to a rainbow of pale blues, yellows, oranges, and deep reds. Many landforms have their own distinct colors, telling a complex geological and climatological story that scientists have only just begun to decode. The image resolves details and colors on scales as small as 0.8 miles (1.3 kilometers).

Johns Hopkins University/APL  Report

ADHORTATOR
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1 year ago

Vote this up if you consider Pluto a planet!

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#21

I Found A Very Small Frog

I Found A Very Small Frog

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

That is a very teeny, tiny frog!

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#22

This Is What A "Split Lobster" Looks Like. This Coloring Occurs Once In Every 50 Million Lobsters

This Is What A "Split Lobster" Looks Like. This Coloring Occurs Once In Every 50 Million Lobsters

This split-colored lobster displays a condition known as gynandromorphy, meaning it is half male, half female. In this case, the blue side is the female side, and the brown side is the male side.

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Ojberretta Berretta
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1 year ago

hermaphrodite lobster

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#23

Time Lapse Photo Of A Beehive

Time Lapse Photo Of A Beehive

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kasa alex
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1 year ago

So amazing!!

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#24

Transparent Fish

Transparent Fish

Experts believe it could be a Salpa maggiore (Salpa maxima), commonly found in the Southern Ocean. Salps tend to roam the upper layers of the ocean where sunlight can still penetrate. They move by straining water through their gelatinous bodies, feeding on phytoplankton and other small bits of organic matter. The ghostly appearance is believed to be a form of camouflage for the otherwise defenseless creature.

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1 year ago

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Nothing unusual with jellyfish, is it?

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#25

This Blue Jay Still Has Half Of Its Baby Feathers

This Blue Jay Still Has Half Of Its Baby Feathers

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Ojberretta Berretta
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1 year ago

the birds work for the bourgoisie

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#26

My Friend's Giant Sunflower

My Friend's Giant Sunflower

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European other
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1 year ago

Impressive !!!

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#27

Me And My Girlfriend Were Walking In The Woods The Other Week And Saw A Rainbow Pool For The First Time

Me And My Girlfriend Were Walking In The Woods The Other Week And Saw A Rainbow Pool For The First Time

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wandile dludlu
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1 year ago

you mean oil on top of water

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#28

A Clutch Of Dinosaur Eggs In A Friend's Personal Collection. As A Dinosaur Fanatic, This Blows Me Away

A Clutch Of Dinosaur Eggs In A Friend's Personal Collection. As A Dinosaur Fanatic, This Blows Me Away

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Candace Fitzpatrick
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1 year ago

Crack it open lol

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#29

Fin Whale Vertebrae Beneath The Water Near Kongsfjorden, Norway

Fin Whale Vertebrae Beneath The Water Near Kongsfjorden, Norway

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wandile dludlu
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1 year ago

what was a whale doing in a lake?

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#30

A Purple Grasshopper Found In My Garden

A Purple Grasshopper Found In My Garden

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CherylTunt
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1 year ago

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Looks like photo shop to me

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#31

This Bicolor Sunflower I Grew

This Bicolor Sunflower I Grew

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Eric Mikalo
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1 year ago

Sunrise-sunset on one sunflower.

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#32

Saw An Albino Buck Near My Daughter's Daycare

Saw An Albino Buck Near My Daughter's Daycare

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Candace Fitzpatrick
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1 year ago

Gorgeous!!!

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#33

The Blue Java Banana, Which Is Said To Have The Same Consistency As Ice Cream And A Similar Flavor To Vanilla

The Blue Java Banana, Which Is Said To Have The Same Consistency As Ice Cream And A Similar Flavor To Vanilla

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Candace Fitzpatrick
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1 year ago

I need to try this

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#34

Customer Came In And Let Me Take A Picture Of Her Hands That Had 6 Fingers On Each

Customer Came In And Let Me Take A Picture Of Her Hands That Had 6 Fingers On Each

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

She is a polydactyl human!

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#35

Ex-World Champion Cyclist Janez Brajkovic Leg After A Race

Ex-World Champion Cyclist Janez Brajkovic Leg After A Race

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M.J.
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1 year ago

At first I thought it's a dog's leg.

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#36

Valonia Ventricosa, The Largest Single-Celled Organism On Earth. Yep, This Is A Single Living Cell

Valonia Ventricosa, The Largest Single-Celled Organism On Earth. Yep, This Is A Single Living Cell

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Harry Larter
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1 year ago

I have so many questions...

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#37

Translucent Blue Tang

Translucent Blue Tang

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

Oooh, it's beautiful.

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#38

Cannabis Field In The Middle Of A Cornfield

Cannabis Field In The Middle Of A Cornfield

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Eric Mikalo
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1 year ago

You have to be so high to see this.

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#39

One Of The Oldest Rocks In Existence, The Murchison Meteorite. It's 4,600,000,000 Years Old, And Likely Existed Before The Earth Itself Had Completely Formed

One Of The Oldest Rocks In Existence, The Murchison Meteorite. It's 4,600,000,000 Years Old, And Likely Existed Before The Earth Itself Had Completely Formed

Interestingly, it also contains amino acids, the chemical building blocks of DNA.

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M.J.
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1 year ago

So in fact we are all meteorites...

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#40

This Funky Little Ribbon Cloud Outside My Plane Window

This Funky Little Ribbon Cloud Outside My Plane Window

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Ojberretta Berretta
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1 year ago

lets pretend its a cloud

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#41

Those Ain't Trees

Those Ain't Trees

Positive streamers (which are positively charged ionic channels) rise up from the ground. When one of them meets a negatively charged step leader, it results in a lightning strike.

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Panda Kicki
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1 year ago

Oh, this was awsome! Lightning bolt meets lightning trees, sort of :D If I had been there there wouldnt have been any pic, as I would have hid in the cellar..

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#42

There Are Caves In Mexico With Crystals As Big As Trees, But You Can’t Explore The Caves For Too Long Due To Heat And The Toxic Atmosphere. But I Mean Look At Those Things

There Are Caves In Mexico With Crystals As Big As Trees, But You Can’t Explore The Caves For Too Long Due To Heat And The Toxic Atmosphere. But I Mean Look At Those Things

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

Yep, nature is wondrous.

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#43

What Appears To Be A Pile Of Broken Glass Is Actually A Frozen Lake Michigan

What Appears To Be A Pile Of Broken Glass Is Actually A Frozen Lake Michigan

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Raine Soo
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1 year ago

Eeeee--look at those shards!

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#44

This Mutated Daisy

This Mutated Daisy

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Charlotte
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1 year ago

It's a daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaisy. (I'll see myself out)

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#45

A Boy Born Weighing 268 Grams (9.45 Oz) Was Sent Home Healthy After Months In The Neonatal Care Unit In Tokyo. He's The Smallest Child To Ever Be Born And Survive

A Boy Born Weighing 268 Grams (9.45 Oz) Was Sent Home Healthy After Months In The Neonatal Care Unit In Tokyo. He's The Smallest Child To Ever Be Born And Survive

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Amberly Middlemiss
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1 year ago

A person's a person no matter how small <3

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#46

Ant Face Under Electron Microscope

Ant Face Under Electron Microscope

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Charlotte
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1 year ago

He looks like a slighly ominous goateed hipster.

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#47

Jupiter Viewed From Its South Pole

Jupiter Viewed From Its South Pole

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Phoebe Bean
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1 year ago

Cool.

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#48

You Can See Where My Nails Stopped And Started Growing Again Between Chemo Cycles

You Can See Where My Nails Stopped And Started Growing Again Between Chemo Cycles

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Mimi
Community Member
1 year ago

If it weren't for such an unpleasant reason, I'd say it's actually really pretty. I hope you get well soon! During depressions all of my nails would grow a horizontal groove instead of white lines.

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#49

Dinosaur Footprints In France

Dinosaur Footprints In France

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Sunzilla
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1 year ago

Prehistoric potholes.

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#50

Australian Fire Breaks In Action

Australian Fire Breaks In Action

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wandile dludlu
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1 year ago

science bitch

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