20+ Photos That Can Change the Way You See the World in Only 5 Minutes

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There was once a real, existing prototype of mythical unicorns, while the plate you are eating from can be made from a recycled milk package. These prove that no matter how hard we study our surrounding world, it still opens many horizons to us and today’s compilation is perfect evidence of this.

Bright Side found photos that even highly experienced scholars wouldn’t resist passing by.

What potato chip bags look like at a convenience store at 7,438 feet above sea level!

A telephone cable cut open

The inside of this apple was eaten by wasps.

“Saw a pregnant squirrel for the first time today.”

The time has almost come.

“Holding hands with a Japanese giant salamander”

This old sundial has multi-oriented panels that show the time in countries all around the world.

“Some frog eggs that I found on a post”

In South Korea, rainwater is stored through a hydraulic system so it can later clean up the streets.

That’s what a peeled raw egg looks like.

Meet the Elasmotherium, a big hairy unicorn that existed as early as 29,000 years ago. According to a hypothesis, he is the prototype of a mythical unicorn.

The eyes of a mollusk

“My plate for lunch is a recycled milk carton from Denmark.”

“This blue crayfish I found in the mountains of West Virginia”

A perfectly rectangular iceberg

The remains of a mummy whose age is about 3,000 years with a toe prosthesis.

$2 coins from the Cook Islands are triangular.

A 150-year-old bonsai

A rainbow tree opal

A part of a woolly mammoth’s skull

One of the oldest rocks in existence, the Murchison Meteorite. It’s 4,600,000,000 years old.

An Anatis labiculata ladybug

Which of the objects from this compilation would you add to the history books? Please tell us about it in the comments!


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