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21 Eye-Opening Photos That Prove Nature Is Full of Mysteries

1. The sediment from this chemical reaction looks like a marshy forest.

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2. The Amorphopallus Titanium is one of the largest flowers in the world. It blooms once every 40 years for 4 days!

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3. This Malagasy Grasshopper is a rare color.

4. A native group of people called Melanesians who live on the Solomon Islands, northeast of Australia, are famous for their beautiful dark skin and naturally blonde hair.

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5. “Palm print of an 8-year-old in a nutrient medium after the 8-year-old had played outside”

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6. Syncephalastrum fungi look like flowers under a microscope.

7. Flowers growing on the space station

 

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8. “Just a contortionist sitting on his head…”

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9. Here’s a hedgehog’s skeleton, in case you’ve never seen one before.

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10. Astronauts are trying to find out how much oxygen their lungs can move.

 

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Mono y mono: Me vs. Last year’s personal best VO2 max on the ergometer. How much oxygen can your lungs move?

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11. Incredibly rare baby albino sea turtle

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12. As it turns out, it is possible to draw with bacteria.

13. A regular ant like we’ve never one seen before

14. Mexican Ajolote meets How To Train Your Dragon

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15. The incisors of beavers are orange because they contain iron. That iron makes their teeth stronger and better able to cut through wood.

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16. 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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17. The worlds tiniest and most poisonous dart frog is about 10mm large and is 100x more powerful than morphine.

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18. Known as the wrap-around spider, this spider can flatten and wrap its body around tree limbs as camouflage.

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19. Cynarina coral goes by a simpler name — “cat’s eye coral”

 

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Cynarina #coralmorphologic #iyor #iyor2018

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20. A 54-million-year-old gecko trapped in amber

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21. Snakes can be this tiny.

Source: The Mind Circle