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26 Of The Most Interesting Pics That You May Have Never Seen Before [New Pics]

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26 Of The Most Interesting Pics That You May Have Never Seen Before [New Pics]

Things to see at least once in a lifetime.

Life is full of mysteries to solve and wonders to discover. There are people who’ve been everywhere but have not seen everything there is to see. We think that not even living for a hundred years is enough to understand how the gears of life turn and function.

Getting cooped up in our room for days with all traveling plans canceled can be depressing. So, Greenlemon would like to help you before you go coo-coo at home.

Found this twisted driftwood on the beach.

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A 6-leaf clover.

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Petrified wood containing turquoise opal found in Queensland, Australia.

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A tree inside another tree.

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Dog with a near-perfect circle spot.

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Fighting dinosaurs in the woods.

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Book title reads “The Ancient Thirst To Read” and it’s actually a flask.

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Bunches of grapes growing on bunches of grapes?

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Suspension Railway in Japan.

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The grandeur Tomb of Ramesses VI at The Valley of Kings in Egypt.

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How sunset looks like from space.

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Common “Wavy” brick fences in England proves to use fewer bricks to still be as sturdy as straight walls.

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Flamingos huddled together in the bathroom at Miami Zoo during Hurricane Andrew.

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Observing a thunderstorm from 37,000 feet above ground.

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Gorgeous, clear water at the Glacial National Park.

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Picture of Mt. St. Helens exploded 40 years ago by Richard Lasher who wanted to take one last picture of the mountain before it exploded.

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Mt. Everest is visible from Kathmandu, Nepal for the first time in one’s life.

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This was last night in Tuktoyaktuk, Canada, where the sun hasn’t set for 7 days and won’t be until July 25th.

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Heavy swells have uncovered WWII tank traps on beaches near Newcastle, Australia.

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Unique patterns on this palm frond.

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This deep-red colored Cinnabar moth.

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Neighbors built their new fence around the trees on their property.

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These giant screws used as foundations for solar panel arrays.

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The way these caterpillars are eating this leaf.

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100 of each: Mutilated bills, bills in circulation, and brand new.

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“I work at an asparagus farm and sometimes 2 asparagus will grow too close to one another and form a bigger one.”

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