Despite the plethora of educational internet resources, we actually don’t know about this world as much as we think. That’s why ordinary things like balloons filled with water can make us exclaim a long “Wow.” We bet you have no idea what a stingray’s skeleton or a rainbow waterfall look like.
Bright Side prepared another compilation of things and phenomena that anyone would love to look carefully at for as long as possible.
A Rubik’s cube placed in a jar
A tree that has grown through a car tire
A stingray’s skeleton
This is the world’s longest wind turbine blade. It’s 290 feet long.
The air pollution in New Delhi makes it look like you’re playing a video game on a low setting.
This dog jumps over this hump as if it’s sliding on it.
It’s not a neon sign, it’s graffiti.
That’s what happens to a balloon filled with water when it’s thrown into metal mesh:
A waterfall in Yosemite National Park
This tree grew through a stone and made it split in half.
Audrey Hepburn on a leaf
This is the world’s largest wine barrel. It was built in 1751 and it holds 58,124 gallons of wine.
A snail drinking water from a pipe
2 photos of Pluto, 24 years apart (1994-2018)
This is a rally car making a turn.
This is a model of Quetzalcoatlus northropi, the largest known flying animal that ever existed.
Braking on a horse ride
This is ice on car tires. This shot was taken on a frosty morning in Norway.
Huge quartz crystals
A giant cow
Its tail rolls up like a spring.
We were amazed when we saw that balloon bump into the iron fence. Which of these things impressed you the most? Please tell us about it in the comments!
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