23 Eye-Opening Photos That Prove Nature Is Full of Mysteries

If you have never seen an animal that can photosynthesize, if you didn’t know that albino turtles exist, and you can’t imagine what a contortionist’s spine looks like, then we have something that can amaze you. And we also have a bonus about the curious “transformation” of a human face.

We at Bright Side searched for rare photos on the internet and found some that we wish we would have seen in our school biology books instead of those boring diagrams.

The sediment from this chemical reaction looks like a marshy forest.

The Amorphopallus Titanium is one of the largest flowers in the world. It blooms once every 40 years for 4 days!

This Malagasy Grasshopper is a rare color.

A native group of people called Melanesians who live on the Solomon Islands, northeast of Australia, are famous for their beautiful dark skin and naturally blonde hair.

“Palm print of an 8-year-old in a nutrient medium after the 8-year-old had played outside”

Syncephalastrum fungi look like flowers under a microscope.

Flowers growing on the space station

“Just a contortionist sitting on his head...”

Here’s a hedgehog’s skeleton, in case you’ve never seen one before.

Astronauts are trying to find out how much oxygen their lungs can move.

Incredibly rare baby albino sea turtle

As it turns out, it is possible to draw with bacteria.

A regular ant like we’ve never one seen before

Mexican Ajolote meets How To Train Your Dragon

The incisors of beavers are orange because they contain iron. That iron makes their teeth stronger and better able to cut through wood.

This sea slug, which looks like a leaf, can go without eating for 9 months because it can photosynthesize just like a plant while basking in the sun!

The worlds tiniest and most poisonous dart frog is about 10mm large and is 100x more powerful than morphine.

Known as the wrap-around spider, this spider can flatten and wrap its body around tree limbs as camouflage.

Cynarina coral goes by a simpler name — “cat’s eye coral”

A 54-million-year-old gecko trapped in amber

Snakes can be this tiny.

This sea slug was discovered off the coast of Bali in 2016.

This is what a tiger’s skin looks like when it’s shaved.

Bonus: How focal length affects the shape of the face

Have you recently learned any interesting facts about nature that amazed you?

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