Monday, December 9, 2019

Eye-Opening Photos for People Who Think They’ve Seen Everything


From the website Bright Side at: 

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The claw of a juvenile Crowned Eagle


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These are fully inflated horse lungs.


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In 1974, the mummy of Pharaoh Ramesses II was issued a valid Egyptian passport (nearly 3 millennia after his death), so that he could fly to Paris.


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This is what noodles look like when it’s −60°C outside.


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Yes, these are separately packed grapes.


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You can find these types of sinks in Germany. They are for people who drank too much.


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When the plane won’t fit


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“Sink/stove/fridge combo in the tiny house I’m renting”


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It’s the largest pumpkin grown in North America!


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This carrot weighs 22 lbs.


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Someone decided to throw away hundreds of buttons.


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This bathroom sink is made of igneous rock from volcanic lava


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47 years ago, the crew of Apollo 15 took this photo of the Earth from the moon.


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This yogurt provides a list of all the cows whose milk was used to make it.

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A globe for blind people


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Street Art in Lancashire, UK


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You can plant this pencil’s cap after you’ve used it and watch it grow into either tomato, coriander, or chili.


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This self-checkout machine totals up your purchase, and you don’t even need to take your items out of the basket. Just put the entire basket in the bottom, pay, and then bag your stuff.


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