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"Gateway to Hell" natural lava formation in West Komokuna, Hawaii.

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The entire latin alphabet (+numbers!) found on moth and butterfly wings!

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Arab desert cat.

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This swan boat.

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Grizzly bears can reach 8ft while standing

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The inside of a bomb.

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The SR-71 blackbird. A plane capable of flying so high that its pilots could see inky black of space from their cockpits.

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Sun is about 109 times wider than earth. Yet Sun spins around its own axis within 29 days. = a day on sun is about a month.

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This German mobile home from the 1920's.

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Vietnamese architecture student, Nguyen Dac Chung, built his own Batmobile. Inspired by "The Dark Knight" the student spent more than 10 months and around 22,000 USD to build his dream car.

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An early Mickey Mouse doll!

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Ella Harper, professionally know as The Camel Girl. She was born with a very ran condition that caused her knees to bend backwards. Her preference to walk on all fours resulted in her nickname, The Camel Girl!

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Sergei Krikalev emerges from a Soyuz capsule after spending time on the Mir Space Station, March 25 1992. Krikalev went to space as a Soviet Cosmonaut, watched the Soviet Union break up in space, and returned to Kazakhstan as the Last Soviet Citizen.

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A Great Dane named Zeus currently holds the world record for being the tallest dog. Standing at 111.8cm (3 ft 10 inches) making him the tallest ever verified by Guinness world records.

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Dutch 'Boy Genius' who has been cleaning up Pacific Garbage Patch is now clearing the world's rivers responsible for depositing most of the ocean trash. His latest creation, The Interceptor, is a solar-powered barge which can collect up to 55 tons of garbage daily.

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The Japanese Serow, a distant relative of sheep and goats found in the mountainous forests of japan

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This bridge in Germany was painted to look like Legos

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These are called Face Mites, they live in the pores of our face, eat our grease and mate on our face while we sleep. Usually, the mites do not cause any harm, and are therefore considered an example of commensalism rather than parasitism.

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Just typical internet café food in Korea

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Crocodile measuring 8.6m (28ft). Shot by a hunter in Queensland, Australia in 1957.

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Although obsolete now due to modern prosthetics, the Krukenberg Procedure could give amputees limited grasping by fashioning the 2 forearm bones into finger-like appendages

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The average cumulus cloud you can see during the sunny day can weigh 1.1 billion pounds

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About 1% of the static on your television is caused by Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) radiation left over from the Big Bang about 13.7 billion years ago

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The Tangbunia Bank on Pentecost Island uses the native currency of boar tusks instead of western- money.

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There's a possibility that life exists on Europa (One of Jupiter's moons)