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26 Captivating Photos That Are Hard to Forget

The world is so diverse that it will never stop amazing us. Unbelievable natural phenomena and the achievements of modern technology keep reminding us how little we really know about this world and how many more amazing discoveries we still have to make.

Bright Side has collected 26 amazing photographs that show rare and unusual things.

26. "This moth outside of my house this morning."

25. "The Scout" is a baby quail that hatches 10-12 hours before the others.

24. These bubbles! Zoom in, guys!

23. Street musicians performing without amplifiers. If you want to hear their music, you have to wear headphones.

22. "This dragonfly landed right on my hand!"

21. The 250-year-old Treaty Oak in Jacksonville, Florida.

20. This kitten has unbelievable eyes:

19. The human heart stripped of all fat and muscle, with just the coronary arteries and cardiac veins exposed.

18. "I didn't know rainbow pigeons existed. They look absolutely gorgeous!"

17. This tree that’s taking over the grass patch:

16. 1.6 billion USD worth of gold

15. The way these water droplets formed on this plant:

14. Lightning striking a rainbow

13. Huge snapping turtle

12. Bush Plane Parking in Alaska

11. This tree was struck by lightning and split in half:

10. Eastern Asian pheasant

9. A Hummingbird's feather

8. The new bamboo shoots look like something sinister is emerging from the ground.

7. Half-red half-gold

6. The Cecropia moth is the largest moth in North America.

5. Mirabilis jalapa flower split in half due to codominant gene expression.

4. "I have exactly one eyebrow hair that never stops growing."

3. A melted camera from the SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Launch.

2. "My raincoat reveals a floral pattern when wet."

1. A python with a freshly swallowed alligator

What amazed you the most in this article? Have you ever seen anything like this? Tell us in the comment section below!

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