Hunting cheetahs and icebergs of the North Pole are world wonders. But what hides below those icebergs is so mysterious we’re pretty sure none of you have even thought about it. Science has also advanced so far that the news finds it hard to keep up with the latest technology advancement, experiments, and achievements.
Life is full of wonderful things and even if we’re just confined to our home most of the time, make use of this time to take in the rarely seen sides of life’s wonder below.
Ever seen how horses are transported on a plane?
The purple hue on Pistachio nuts are due to the antioxidants they contain.
If you flip an iceberg upside down, this is what it looks like.
“The sun hit this freshly-paved tarmac just right and made a real-life Rainbow Road through polarized lenses.”
“Nappies in Sweden have a father on the packaging.”
“Finally got my prosthetics in!”
“Snow ball sea.” When under the right temperature, the wind will blow the slow and calm waves, forming small cores that slowly becomes bigger.
“The back of Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.”
“Male red-winged blackbird with “smoke rings,” his breath condensed on the chilly morning.”
“The Density Of Penguin Feathers.”
You can find this huge Banyan tree in Cairo. It’s over 150 years old.
“I took a picture of a departing aircraft.” (long exposure)
“My dad got a periodic table with the actual elements in it.”
“The forests of Aspen, Colorado.”
“Truck door handle on a frosty morning.”
“Jimbacrinus bostocki, a Crinoid fossil mortality plate from Western Australia.”
“Certain fish skin can be grafted onto burns and diabetic wounds. The material recruits the body’s own cells and is converted eventually into living tissue.” (Tilapia skin is one of them!)
“This butterfly with transparent wings.”
“This is what a sunset on Earth looks like from above.”
Inside a pencil store in Tehran, Iran.
“What a piece of 10,000 year old glacial ice looks like.”
“My hair is half blonde half brunette. Including eyebrows.”
“Here are my removed & genetically modified white blood cells, about to be put back in to hopefully cure my cancer! This is t-cell immunotherapy!”
“This albino peacock I saw in Malaysia.”
“Spotted a rainbow cloud from my balcony. Not as beautiful as Aurora, but pretty rare to see such phenomena in India.”
“Bioluminescent Phytoplankton in the Persian Gulf.”
“This close up shot of a dragonfly I took with my phone the other day.”
This is Sendai Daikannon, 5th world tallest statue of Kannon (Guanyin), towering at 100m tall.
“I’m very excited and proud to announce the existence of a brand new Leucistic Alligator to the world! This beautiful animal will be among an amazing collection of ambassadors to help promote public education and Crocodilian conservation.”
“My nails pushing the chemo out of my fingertips.”