We live in a wondrous world filled with marvels all around us, but sometimes we forget. Getting caught up in our daily lives most people barely stop to smell the roses, much less open the roses to look inside. Well, it turns out that there are beautiful secrets hidden underneath and inside things you would never even think to take a closer look at.

A lions fur is gorgeous on the outside but have you ever seen the intricate pattern that sits beneath? or how about the quarry where they mine the marble for your countertops? The following list is another collection of photos from Bored Panda of rare photos that show the unseen side of things that are all around us. If something catches your eye don't forget to upvote your favorite!

#1

This Is What A Cleaned Heart Looks Like

This Is What A Cleaned Heart Looks Like

A ghost heart is obtained by washing away all donor cells until you're left with a protein scaffold. This ghost heart is ready to be injected with a transplant recipient's stem cells so a new heart - one that won't be rejected - can be grown.

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Ozacoter
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1 year ago

This kind of medical advances really give me hope about our species

Sarah Upham
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1 year ago (edited)

Not sure why there's so much negativity towards this comment. This will give not only adults, but children who have congenital heart disease/myopathy a chance to live out their lives through heart transplants without fear of organ rejection (we're not quite there yet). It is really amazing with how far we have come in medicine, especially in the past century, with how we approach treating individual diseases and ultimately the health of our communities.

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Reggie Kraken
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1 year ago

This Is WHAT a Cleaned Heart Looks Like

Chelsea Bates
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1 year ago

Ok Peta_c chill and also it's funny how far our medical science has gone but our grammar is still so horrible.

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Heather Shanks
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1 year ago

My dad is receiving a heart transplant today. So crazy that this is the first post I see today.

Brobro McDuderson
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1 year ago

Here’s to favor, health and long life for your dad!

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glowworm2
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1 year ago

This is actually really pretty!

Daria B
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1 year ago

Pure heart. ♥

BusLady
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1 year ago

Wow, the wonders of medicine. I hope this changes someone's life. ❤

Debster
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1 year ago

So beautiful

varwenea
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1 year ago

Wow. That's absolutely amazing. Medical sciences for the win.

Melinda Burge
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1 year ago

Fascinating...it almost looks pearly

Molly Block
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1 year ago

I wish we'd had this medical knowledge in 1995. In 1995, my father was the recipient of a heart, a transplant that failed within 24 hours. I cannot blame it on anyone-- but it still hurts so much to this day, 24 years later. I didn't make it to the hospital on time, but mom did. She saw him when he awoke; he told her, "Honey, it felt like they put new Duracell batteries in me!" They were both so happy! She was not allowed to stay long. As she got into the elevator, he had a massive heart attack. They cracked his chest open, massaged his heart, but it took well over five minutes, and he was in a clinical progressive vegetative state after that. No life support was needed, only a feeding tube. We couldn't even 'pull the plug' as they say, to let him go peacefully. It was an agonizing, heart shattering 2.5 more years until he died. Just horrible.

Brobro McDuderson
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1 year ago

I’m so sorry you had to go through that. 💔

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Carolyn Stewart
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1 year ago

That's amazing!!!

honeyjewels416
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1 year ago

This is totally amazing it is crazy beside other organs this is one of our more important organs I hope that heart is saving someone's life !!!

NWB
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1 year ago

wow!!! Had no idea thats how it worked!

Nicolas Parent
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1 year ago

Must be my ex-girlfriend's!

Local Records Office
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1 year ago

I always assumed it was red

Amazon QT
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1 year ago

They are when they are removed from a donor, but when the heart is transplanted into another person they can’t use it with the donors “DNA”. It’s spelled out in the description below the photo.

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Dr. Carlos Dangercat
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1 year ago

I guess I shouldn't be, but I was shocked it wasn't red!

Hobbit Girly
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1 year ago

It looks so fragile

Ms.M
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1 year ago

that's INTENSE!

Alusair Alustriel
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1 year ago

:O

Pamela Scott
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1 year ago

Wonder what Mary Shelly would have done with this kind of tech!?!

Sunzilla
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1 year ago

What?? That's so cool! Like a blank template!

Tricia Fish
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1 year ago

A completely white or "ghost heart" Really caught my attention! I never would have thought that a human's heart could look like this when it is all cleaned out!

GABRIEL HICKNER
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1 year ago

It's so ghostly...

Id row
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1 year ago

Yet we can't cure the common cold.

Tambot
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1 year ago

I guess why would we need to

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Natasha Forchione
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1 year ago

Its beautiful!!! :D

Meike Henneman
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1 year ago

Like an icesculpture!

Meike Henneman
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1 year ago

Beautiful!

SpazzyCoolKid13
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1 year ago

Ok y'all are saying stuff like "This is so pretty... The heart is beautiful" and I'm over here like... heheh... er.... suuuuuure (as someone who has seen too many violent films I should be able to stomach this but somehow can't.

kombizz
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1 year ago

what an amazing capture

Yael
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1 year ago

Organ transplant will be the cure to cancer.

Maria Ines Molina
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1 year ago

Amazing!

GalaxyMoo
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1 year ago

This is amazing

issam
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1 year ago

Wow .. first sight love .

Raoul L'artiste
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7 months ago

I wonder how it taste...

Samantha Hurrell
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1 year ago

I think I remember someone saying that this is in fact a Pig's Heart

Frozengeckolover
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1 year ago

Gross! But also cool!

Rainbow_Gal05
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1 year ago

At least it's helping someone in need :D

ANDRES MAYA
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1 year ago

mhm

Cami Ereth
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1 year ago

WOW! Just beautiful....

Kim Conroy
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1 year ago

so incredible

Kathie Ralph
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1 year ago

Awesome

Suzanne Dunne
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1 year ago

Amazin!

sharron lynn parsons
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1 year ago

Nothing surprises me in the medical world of science , so much has been accomplished with more to come, bless the scientists' for their dedication !!!

Uwishiwasu
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1 year ago

Disgusting, but amazing.

Elizabeth Scarborough
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1 year ago

Anyone else like the ring on their thumb?

Pamela Scott
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1 year ago

Before we start thinking about immortality lets work on giving the 8 year old a chance to be an adult and the 49 year old with heart defects a chance to live to see his grandchildren. Yes we need to also work on our planter. Who knows maybe the 8 year could find solutions that haven't begun to think of yet.

Pamela Scott
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1 year ago

How about we work on finally taking care of our planet and we work toward a day where 8 year olds with bad heart defects get to grow into adults! Who knows maybe that 8 year old with grow to have ideas for helping our planet that we haven't even begun to think of yet!

Janice Seagraves
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1 year ago

That is so amazing. It gives hope to those who were born with a misformed heart valve like my son-in-law and his father.

Lynn Hussey
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1 year ago

WOW!!! That's amazing..I didn't know this!

Monika Soffronow
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1 year ago

Modern medicine is awesome, people know that and yet, some people seem to want to be hoodwinked, they actively choose to disregard all of the medical science when it comes to what they readily declare is closest to their hearts - their own children. I will never have any understanding whatsoever for anti-vaxxers.

ThatOneOwl
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1 year ago

An albino!

DforDorothy
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1 year ago

Ghost in the shell's heart..?

Matt
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1 year ago

It's no use fixing the physical body to perfection if we can't "cleanse" peoples minds of ideologies and ideas that are causing them stress. Emotional stress damages the heart too. All the same, from this standpoint it's an amazing accomplishment in science!

Up All Night
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1 year ago

How about cleansing the planet from people whose ideologies and ideas are causing stress to us? For example, people who think no one can born with a heart defect.

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jenjie.newt
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1 year ago

At least it's not black like their soul

LoneWolfie
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1 year ago

as a person with medical-related fears this is my worst nightmare

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1 year ago

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Derron Grant Jr.
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1 year ago

Sorta looks like ravioli

Talia Johnson
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1 year ago

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Um no, if you 'wash away all the donor cells' you will be left with nothing. Protein on its' own doesn't make up a 3d heart.

Jesper Rasmussen
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1 year ago

Talia, did you read the text?

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Can eat it? https://tuvanthueonline.com/

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#2

The Giant Heads Of Easter Island Do Have Bodies

The Giant Heads Of Easter Island Do Have Bodies

The ancient and mysterious 'Easter Island Heads' were carved from rock between A.D 1100 and 1500 by ancient Polynesians. Their traditional name is 'moai' but most people know them as the giant heads which is why it is often shocking when it's discovered they have bodies. "The reason people think they are [only] heads is there are about 150 statues buried up to the shoulders on the slope of a volcano, and these are the most famous, most beautiful and most photographed of all the Easter Island statues," Van Tilburg, who is also a fellow at the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at the University of California, Los Angeles, told Life's Little Mysteries

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DforDorothy
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1 year ago

...so the mystery is deeper than we thought!

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#3

This Is What A Baby Flamingo Looks Like

This Is What A Baby Flamingo Looks Like

These fluffy little creatures are baby flamingos, which may confusing to some as they are lacking their infamous pink color. Babies of this species are fed a bright red milk made from their parents' upper digestive tracts. As they grow up, they begin to develop their characteristic pink feathers. Adult flamingos feed on red and blue-green algae, which is filled with beta carotene, an organic chemical with a reddish-orange pigment. The digestive track system of flamingos extracts the pigment and it eventually dissolves into fats. These fats are deposited into new feathers for a full-on pretty in pink transformation.

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Hope Floats
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1 year ago

Oh he's adorable!..I could just sit and cuddle him all day!!

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#4

This Is An Intact Human Nervous System

This Is An Intact Human Nervous System

In 1925 two medical students in Kirksville, Missouri were challenged to dissect a cadaver's nervous system, starting from the brain downward, but leaving the entire system in one piece. The process took the students - M.A. Schalck and L.P. Ramsdell-over 1,500 hours. Their "blood, sweat and tears" produced this extraordinary display, located at the  Museum of Osteopathic Medicine at A.T. Still University (ATSU) in Kirksville. There are only 4 of these in the world.

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Letitia Hedding
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1 year ago

thats really scary, how do they get that from a body in tact?

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#5

Grains Of Salt Under Electron Microscope

Grains Of Salt Under Electron Microscope

Salt crystals are cubic, but some grains when observed appear to be made up of overlapping cubes. This ionic compound is made up of sodium and chloride atoms. When a number of these molecules join to form a crystal they will often arrange themselves in a cubic pattern.

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Sreenath
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1 year ago

These are stunning.

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#6

Large Ice Crystals In Switzerland

Large Ice Crystals In Switzerland

Ice crystal precipitation vary in shapes, intensity and size, but are found in cold regions around the world. "In the absence of supercooled liquid water, the growth of ice crystals to precipitation size is most likely dominated by aggregation of smaller ice crystals, which depends on the ice crystal number concentration and temperature (Hobbs et al. 1974) ," as you can see in the image below.

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DP von Icecream
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1 year ago

Wow, these are nice!

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#7

Aurora Of Different Planets

Aurora Of Different Planets

Aurora's are breathtaking cosmic light displays that can be seen from various planets in our solar system. An aurora is the finale to a process that begins with the sun. The sun emits a constant stream of charged particles or solar wind into the solar system. When these winds reach a planet they interact with the magnetic field that surrounds it, and compresses the field into a teardrop shape. The way in which the magnetic field change cause the charged particles to accelerate into the upper atmosphere, colliding with molecules such as nitrogen and oxygen which gives off energy in the form of light. A light ribbon of color is displayed across the sky in an aurora.

nixonico , NASA/Hubble Report

Sreenath
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1 year ago

Everything about universe amazes me.

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#8

This Is What A Tiger's Skin Looks Like When It's Shaved

This Is What A Tiger's Skin Looks Like When It's Shaved

Each tiger has a unique pattern of stripes which are ideal for the camouflage needs of the animal.

"Interestingly, the skin of the tiger is also striped beneath the patterned fur," say Tigers.org. "The darkness of the pigmentation of the skin seems to be directly related to the darkness of the fur."

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Ozacoter
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1 year ago

Wow i never tought that the skin would be stripped

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#9

You Can See Every Organ In The Glass Frog

You Can See Every Organ In The Glass Frog

Reticulated glass frogs are found in the rain forests of Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, and Ecuador. The skin on their underside is completely transparent which allows for you to see their internal organs and even their beating heart. Scientists still don't know the evolutionary reason behind their see-through skin, but think the pattern on their backs are meant to resemble eggs and confuse predators.

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Ozacoter
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1 year ago

So delicate and pretty

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#10

An Agate Shell. Minerals Have Grown In The Voids Of The Shell And Eventually Replaced The Shell Too

An Agate Shell. Minerals Have Grown In The Voids Of The Shell And Eventually Replaced The Shell Too

Found mostly on West Coast beaches, they're not that rare and usually end up in home collections. But that doesn't diminish their beauty one bit!

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Dani
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1 year ago

Whoa! That's gorgeous!! I want one now.

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#11

This Globe For Blind People

This Globe For Blind People

In 1830 an engineer and craftsman by the name of Stephen Preston Ruggles took on a project for the print shop at Perkins School for the Blind, in Watertown, Massachusetts. He created a map of Boston with the streets, roads, bridges and squares marked with wooden divots. For centuries blind people had no formal way to learn geography, and this was one of the earliest archived attempts. In 1837 Samuel Gridley Howe, the school’s Founding Director along with Ruggles re-invented the method and created a method of embossing maps, releasing the Atlas of the United States Printed for Use of the Blind.

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Letitia Hedding
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1 year ago

yay! thats a really good thing to do

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#12

Here's What An Albino Raccoon Looks Like

Here's What An Albino Raccoon Looks Like

Raccoons are known for their bandit black and white look, which is what makes this albino creature an anomaly. Unlike their friends, albino raccoons lack any sort of camouflage which makes hiding from predators difficult and thus their lifespan shorter. Albinism is a congenital disease that causes either partial or complete loss of pigmentation in an animal.

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Letitia Hedding
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1 year ago

looks like a giant rat, but a cuter looking one

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#13

The Dark Side Of The Moon Passing In Front Of The Earth, Captured From One Million Miles Away

The Dark Side Of The Moon Passing In Front Of The Earth, Captured From One Million Miles Away

A NASA camera aboard the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) has captured a unique view of the Moon as it passed between the spacecraft and Earth. A series of test images shows the fully illuminated “dark side” of the Moon that is not visible from Earth.

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Rob Chapman
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1 year ago

There is no "dark side" of the moon. There is the "far side" which never faces Earth, but it gets just as much sunlight as the near side.

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#14

Some 5-Pointed Starfish Can Be Squared Due To Birth Defects

Some 5-Pointed Starfish Can Be Squared Due To Birth Defects

Did you know that there are about 1,500 species of starfish that we know of? From the tropics to frigid polar waters, they are found from the intertidal zone down to abyssal depths, 6,000 m (20,000 ft) below the surface.

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Mads Sly
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1 year ago

Aww, cute little biscuits doing their best.

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#15

What Thousands Of Years Look Like In One Photo (Dun Briste Sea Stack, Downpatrick Head, Co. Mayo, Ireland)

What Thousands Of Years Look Like In One Photo (Dun Briste Sea Stack, Downpatrick Head, Co. Mayo, Ireland)

Living 50 metres off the north Mayo coast at Downpatrick Head sits the 45 metre high flat topped sea stack Dún Briste (the Broken Fort). Interestingly, this is considered to be a relatively new sea stack as it was only separated of the mainland Ireland in 1393 when monster seas severed it from County Mayo in an overnight storm. The summit of the stack is approximately 50 metres long and 15 metres across the centre. This flattopped stack contains the remains of the buildings where people were living on the night of the great storm. In 1980 three scientists landed on the summit by helicopter and spent a couple of hours examining the remains of the buildings and plant life still surviving there. They discovered the remains of a building running across the centre of the headland with enough details left to say that both people and livestock lived together inside it.

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BryanR
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1 year ago

Google image search says, "sea-stack off downpatrick head"

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#16

Snow Covered Net Roof Of The Aviary In The Zoo

Snow Covered Net Roof Of The Aviary In The Zoo

The first walk through aviary was built for the St. Louis World's fair in 1904 by the Smithsonian Institute. It was considered to be the largest of its kind at the time and was bought by the Saint Louis Zoo where it remains to this day. Proper aviary construction for zoos requires veterinary involvement due to health and husbandry concerns for the animals.

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nanashi
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1 year ago

I want to shake it

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#17

Microbes Left Behind From The Handprint Of An 8-Year-Old Boy After Playing Outside

Microbes Left Behind From The Handprint Of An 8-Year-Old Boy After Playing Outside

But before you freak out and lock yourself inside, remember that most germs won't harm you. Your immune system protects you against infectious agents. And growing up in 'natural' environments help kids develop a balanced immune response.

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Maja Lykkegaard
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1 year ago

I did this with mu daughters hand after kindergarden. I still have nightmares about the results

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#18

Giant Amethyst Geode

Giant Amethyst Geode

Geodes are hollow rocks that contain inward-facing crystals that are formed by numerous different processes, namely a slow flow of mineral material into pockets of air within rocks. One of the most renowned regions for amethyst mineralization and geode mining is the Artigas region of Uruguay. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, The largest amethyst geode weighs 13,000 kg (28,660 lb) and is 3 m (9 ft 10 in) long, 1.8 m (5 ft 10 in) wide and 2.2 m (7 ft 2 in) high. It is displayed in Shandong Tianyu Museum of Natural History (China) in Shandong, China.

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Diamante J. Cameron
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1 year ago (edited)

Can Someone live in it? Asking for a friend

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#19

What's Under A Reporter's Back: "Our Job Is So Glamorous"

What's Under A Reporter's Back: "Our Job Is So Glamorous"

This journalist has a receiver for the In-Ear piece which allows her to hear the team and a transmitter that is used for her clip-on microphone, both meticulously fastened to her dress in a way viewers wouldn't notice anything.

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3nails4holes
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1 year ago

robots are looking more and more real these days! amazing! pretty soon, we won't be able to tell bots from real--boop beep bop--i mean, people.

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#20

Processed Image Of An Actual Virus Via Electron Microscope

Processed Image Of An Actual Virus Via Electron Microscope

This scary looking creature from the family of bacteriophages, or phages for short. Discovered independently by Frederick Twort in 1915 and Félix d’Herelle in 1917, phages were used to treat cholera by scientists who did not yet know how they worked. In 1940 was the first time phages were seen under an electron microscope and scientists realized how they work. This virus infects bacteria and cannot survive or reproduce without it. Once they invade a host cell they can consume the host's nutrients and reproduce.

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DforDorothy
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1 year ago

Kill it with fire! Better yet, Vaxx!

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#21

This Is What An Empty Boeing 787 Looks Like

This Is What An Empty Boeing 787 Looks Like

The Boeing 787 is known as the 'Dreamliner' and its variants seat 242 to 335 passengers. The 787 was designed to be 20% more fuel-efficient than the Boeing 767, which it was intended to replace.

While Boeing isn't having a great time right now, with grave safety concerns over it's new 737 max 8, the dreamliner has been a commercial success. Still, it wasn't all plain sailing; the aircraft suffered from several in-service problems related to its lithium-ion batteries, including fires on board during commercial service. This resulted in the FAA grounding all 787s in the US in 2013, with other civil aviation authorities following suit. The battery design was revised, and the Dreamliner was back in the skies within a few weeks.

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CultOfBambi
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1 year ago

All it needs is some pot plants and beanbag chairs!

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#22

This Is What An Elephant's Tail Looks Like Up Close

This Is What An Elephant's Tail Looks Like Up Close

Elephant's tails have a few uses. For example elephants can use their tails to communicate with each other; much like a dog, a swishing or wagging tail can signify happiness or excitement.

Baby elephants sometimes hold on to the tail of older animals while they are walking, for guidance and security on long walks. The tail full of hair also works as a flyswatter, to help keep away those annoying and biting flies.

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A B C
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1 year ago

Now I thought I had thick hair o.o

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#23

What A Salt Mine Looks Like From The Inside

What A Salt Mine Looks Like From The Inside

Before engines and earth-moving equipment were invented, mining salt was one of the most expensive and dangerous things to do.

While salt is now plentiful, until the Industrial Revolution it was difficult to come by, and salt mining was often done by slave or prison labor and life expectancy among those sentenced was low.

In Roman times, salt on the table was a mark of wealth; so valuable was this resource that soldier's pay was originally in salt. This is where the word 'salary' comes from. 

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Nadine
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1 year ago

There's an old salt mine near where I live and they have guided tours. It's absolutely stunning on the inside. http://cardonaturisme.cat/en/things-to-do/the-salt-mountain/

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#24

The Inside Of A Space Suit

The Inside Of A Space Suit

Here are some interesting facts about spacesuits, according to NASA:

1. A spacesuit weighs approximately 280 pounds on the ground - without the astronaut in it. In the microgravity environment of space, a spacesuit weighs nothing.

2. Putting on a spacesuit takes 45 minutes, including the time it takes to put on the special undergarments that help keep astronauts cool. After putting on the spacesuit, to adapt to the lower pressure maintained in the suit, the astronaut must spend a little more than an hour breathing pure oxygen before going outside the pressurized module.

3. The reason that spacesuits are white is because white reflects heat in space the same as it does here on Earth. Temperatures in direct sunlight in space can be more than 275 degrees Fahrenheit.

4. No difference exists in a male's or female's suit, though the female astronaut usually requires a smaller size.

5. The shuttle spacesuit was designed to be made of many interchangeable parts, to accommodate the large number of astronauts with widely varying body sizes. These parts (upper and lower torsos, arms, etc.) are made in different sizes.

6. The body measurements of each shuttle astronaut are taken and recorded. Then the measurements are plotted against the size ranges available for each spacesuit component. The suit components are then assembled. Training suits are usually assembled nine months prior to flight, and flight suits are usually assembled four months prior to flight.

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A B C
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1 year ago

135 degrees Celsius, for everyone being accustomed to useful units

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#25

What An Eclipse Looks Like From Space

What An Eclipse Looks Like From Space

This photo was uploaded onto the Astronomy Picture of the Day and shows the shadow of the Moon darkening part of the Earth. It was taken by crew on the former Mir space station and it is estimated that the shadow moved across the Earth at nearly 2000 kilometers per hour.

"Only observers near the center of the dark circle see a total solar eclipse - others see a partial eclipse where only part of the Sun appears blocked by the Moon," APOD explained. "This spectacular picture of the 1999 August 11 solar eclipse was one of the last ever taken from the Mir space station. The two bright spots that appear on the upper left are possibly Jupiter and Saturn, although this has yet to be proven. Mir was deorbited in a controlled re-entry in 2001."

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Schrödinger's Dog
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1 year ago

It looks like Earth is being overtaken by DARKNESS!!! (I read a lot of fantasy books. Don't judge.)

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#26

'Baby Driver' Behind The Scenes: While Actors Are Busy Performing, The Real Driver Is On Top Of The Car

'Baby Driver' Behind The Scenes: While Actors Are Busy Performing, The Real Driver Is On Top Of The Car

In Baby Driver, the red Subaru WRX becomes the star of the show as it weaves in and out of lanes, fits through imperceptible gaps between bumper-to-bumper traffic, jumps barriers, and skids around obstacles like a lucky drunk on ice. Edgar Wright, the writer and director of the movie, brought together a team of experts to coordinate incredibly complicated chases that he was determined to shoot on location in Atlanta. He estimates that 95 percent of the movie was shot in-camera, with CGI utilized for just a few touch-ups and quick shots.

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Kjorn
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1 year ago

mr. bean did it before Capture-5c...d7c6db.jpg Capture-5c93757d7c6db.jpg

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#27

The Way This Dead Cactus Decomposed, Leaving Only The Spines Behind

The Way This Dead Cactus Decomposed, Leaving Only The Spines Behind

According to its owner, it was a wild, not potted cactus, and the spines are 2-4" long. They also say that those spines were so sharp, they stabbed them even when they used oven mitts to repot the plant!

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Cactus McCoy
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1 year ago

Attac of the Zombie Cactus!

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#28

Sperm Whales (The Largest Toothed Predators On Earth) Do Not Have Teeth In Their Upper Jaw But Sockets That Their Lower Teeth Fit Into

Sperm Whales (The Largest Toothed Predators On Earth) Do Not Have Teeth In Their Upper Jaw But Sockets That Their Lower Teeth Fit Into

Sperm whales are the largest among the toothed whales, and have heads that are one-third the animal's length. These big headed whales have 20-26 pairs of cone-shaped teeth along their lower jaw, but interestingly enough none on the top. While this may seem bizarre for eating, it is strange that sperm whales have teeth at all. Their primary food item is the giant squid, which they don't chew but slurp up.

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ADHORTATOR
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1 year ago

I did not know this....

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#29

Strawberry's Surface

Strawberry's Surface

This macro photograph shows the individual seeds on the skin of a strawberry. Strawberry "seeds" are the ovaries of the berry that hold the actual seeds inside. The photographer, Alexey Kljatov, wrote on Flickr that the photo was created by :“Focus stacking + averaging (10 groups with different focus, each group contains 8 identical shots for averaging). The problem with this shot was that strawberry is too glossy (I put white plastic bag around berry to diffuse daylight).”

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1 year ago

They have tiny little stems! I never knew that!

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This Fossilized Dinosaur Foot Print I Saw In Utah

This Fossilized Dinosaur Foot Print I Saw In Utah

These prints lie in The Bull Canyon Dinosaur Track Trail. It's a short trail with a great viewpoint of Fisher Valley. The tracks are of a Therapod, likely something similar to a Velociraptor made famous in the Jurassic Park movies. The prints are left in Entrada Sandstone and about 200 million years old. On site, they look as if the dinosaur ran off the edge of the existing cliff, which is 1,000 feet above the valley floor.

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Cactus McCoy
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1 year ago

Cool. Puts one in place.

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