Interesting As Fuck - Page 39
Starling Murmurations are immense gatherings of starlings that bend, turn, dive and whirl across the sky in delightful shape-moving mists.
Concealed among the 7,107 islands in the Philippines is a little piece of wizardry called Barracuda Lake, Philippines.
Fruits and vegetables have become less nutritious - As you look across the columns of brilliantly shaded products of the soil in the product segment of the supermarket, you may not know that the number of supplements in these harvests and the nutrition of fruits and vegetables has been declining throughout the course of recent years.
The great height of the locale, thick mists are typically halted in the northern slopes, which are generally covered with new vegetation however the southern side goes yellow because of less precipitation and that is how forest meets the desert border is formed.
The Great Red Spot of Jupiter is a determined anticyclonic tempest on planet Jupiter, 22 degrees south of the equator, which has endured no less than 340 years.
Giant moths from Philippines - Attacus atlas, the Atlas moth, is an enormous saturniid moth endemic to the woodlands of Asia.
Harvesting cinnamon - The state of firmly rolled, fragrant looks of cinnamon might double-cross its starting point as bark to the perceptive, however seeing the zest gathered truly makes that self-evident.
Prague Astronomical Clock - The Astronomical Clock or Prague Orloj (Czech: Pražský orloj [praʃskiː orloj]) is a middle-aged galactic clock connected to the Old Town Hall in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic.
Liger Hercules is the biggest living cat as indicated by the Guinness Book of Records. He weighs almost 1000 pounds and is 11 feet in length.
Starting this spring, a great many odd crudes appeared jellyfish-like bioluminescent ocean animals, fire bodies pyrosomes — a few multiple feet long — fired gumming up research nets, glomming onto fishing snares, and flowing onto seashores along the West Coast.
Day octopus - The Day Octopus (Octopus Cyanea), evolving colors. It has a life expectancy of 12-15 months.
Roman coins having lituus symbol - In the currency of the Roman Republic, a container and lituus show up as a matched gathering of images; the earliest use is by Sulla, the keep going on issues on issues of Antony in 39.
Japanese people on Twitter are going crazy on this realistic cat backpack - A life-size cat backpack made of artificial fur is causing ripple effects on Twitter in Japan.
The Thing Aka The Great Seal Bug - A Friendship-Spy Gesture Between Soviet School Children And W.A Harriman
On the fourth of August 1945, a gathering of Soviet younger students was introduced to W. Averell Harriman (The US Ambassador to the USSR) with a cut US Seal as a token of fellowship.
Located in the Czech Republic's Houska Castle, which is hidden by dense forest, the castle is enveloped in horrific folklore and esoteric mythology.
Venus girdle (Cestum Veneris) - Venus girdle scientific name is Cestum veneris. A strip formed a comb jelly of the request Cestida (phylum Ctenophora) found in the Mediterranean Sea.
It is believed that cranial deformity has been around for a long time and was frequent among particular groups of individuals like elongated Mangbetu tribe skulls tradition.
Generally speaking, a pyramidion (plural: pyramidia) is the highest section or ancient Egyptian pyramid capstone or obelisk in Egypt.
According to a recent proposal, an octopus farm in the Canary Islands would produce 3,000 tonnes of octopus per year, resulting in the death of about 275,000 individual octopuses each year.
Najaf's Wadi-us-Salam is an Islamic cemetery located in the Shia holy city of Najaf in Iraq's northern province of Nineveh. It is the largest cemetery in the world by land area.
More than 250 magpies swooping in Australia have been documented this year, with Queensland reporting twice as many as the other eastern states this early in the swooping season.
Processions of beautifully painted floats and groups of pointy-hooded Nazarenos (penitents), and strident brass bands move slowly through the streets from their parish church to the cathedral and back during the Easter Sunday in Southern Spain.
Singapore's surprisingly beautiful treasure 'The Jungle In The City' is one of the most amazing places in the world
Kakapo, also known as the African Nightjar, is a flightless herbivorous nocturnal parrot that also happens to be the world's biggest parrot.