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41 MILDLY AMUSING THINGS TO MILDLY AMUSE YOU

1. “Modern day great white shark teeth Vs ancient great white shark teeth Vs megaladon teeth.”

 

2. “Easter eggs for Hitler during WWII”

 

3. “A rainbow on Mars.”

 

 

4. “Paul Alexander got Polio at 6, but he graduated high school, went to law school, passed the bar exam, became a lawyer, and wrote his own autobiography by mouth and pen, all while being in an iron lung.”

 

5. “NASA rover captured this beautiful sunset on Mars!”

 

6. “Climate-controlled farms such as these grow crops around the clock and in every kind of weather. Each acre in the greenhouse yields as much produce as 10 outdoor acres, uses 95% less of water than traditional agriculture, and cuts the need for chemicals by 97 percent.”

 

 

7. “Use Banana leaves as natural packaging to reduce plastic use.”

 

8. “Salt and sugar under an electron microscope.”

 

9. “What the top of Mount Everest looks like.”

 

 

10. “A half albino peacock.”

 

11. “Crystal that looks like a giant fried chicken.”

 

12. “Rare photo – inside reactor 4 of Chernobyl NPP that exploded on April 26, 1986.”

 

 

13. “A lion seen in the Atlas Mountains, during a flight on the Casablanca-Dakar air route. The photograph taken by Marcelin Flandrin in 1925 is the last visual record of a wild ‘Barbary’ lion of North Africa.”

 

14. “Woman Sets Up a Bird Feeder Cam In Her Yard And The Photos Are Extraordinary.”

 

15. “What an eyeball looks like after a cornea transplant.”

 

 

16. “Greece: The oldest throne room in Europe, at the heart of the Bronze Age Minoan Palace of Knossos, Crete, 15th Century BC”

 

17. “First morning after Sweden changed from driving on the left side to the right, 1967.”

 

18. “The Bugatti Royale, 1927-1933. Only six were actually built between 1929 and 1933, with only three sold. Despite the name, none were ever sold to royals.”

 

 

19. “The last breath.”

 

20. “Meet the Quokka, the happiest animal on the internet.”

 

21. “The first LEGO™ product ever (made in 1930’s)”

 

 

22. “I found a baby albino oak in my garden some years ago, and realized that plants can be albinos too, but they do not live long since they cannot photosynthesize.”

 

23. “What a 4 megabyte hard drive looked like in 1965. (An iPhone X for scale)”

 

24. “A house on the world’s steepest street in Dunedin, NZ, when adjusted for angle.”

 

 

25. “Starry Nights recreated using just Lego pieces”

 

26. “Albino Indians.”

 

27. “The camera focused on the reflection of the tree instead of the watch.”

 

 

28. “Artist Liam York creates portraits known as “negative drawings” that appear to magically come to life when the colors are inverted.”

 

29. “One of the last places you’d expect to find Gorgeous, world class crystals are beneath the fields of Illinois, but that’s exactly where this Gorgeous Fluorite cluster came from!”

 

30. “The Bunny Tree.”

 

 

31. “In the 1700s, early European versions of eggplant were smaller, and yellow or white. They looked a bit like goose or hen’s eggs, which led to the name “eggplant.””

 

32. ““A Painful Pot” by Johnson Tsang. Handmade from ceramic.”

 

33. “Clever automobile exhibit.”

 

 

34. “Giant Gippsland earthworm.”

 

35. “This is a 5000 year old silver mine at the foot of the Mycenaean Acropolis of Thorikos in Greece.”

 

36. “3400 years old painter’s pallet from Amenhotep III era”

 

 

37. “In the town of Setenil de las Bodegas Spain, some buildings are built right into the cliffs.”

 

38. “Sun makes rabbit’s ear’s leaf-like veins visible.”

 

39. “The Remains of Scola Tower, a 17th Century Defence Fortress Located in the Gulf of La Spezia, Italy.”

 

 

40. “Creative piece of street art.”

 

41. “A cruise ship passing through the Corinth Canal in Greece. Tight squeeze.”

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