39 Pictures That Will Shock You Translate

5 months ago · Sahil Varma · 0 Comment
Categories: Inspiration     Tags: Things · Unseen · Reveal · Photos

We live in a world that is full with amazing things. But sometimes we forget to notice them because we get caught up in life and do what we are supposed to do. We focus so much in our future that we forget that we need to take a break and enjoy life because we only live once.

 

Below is a list of rare photos that show the unseen side of things that are around us. If this post makes you “Awe” please do up vote!


#3 This Is What Our Nervous System Looks Like

#3 This Is What Our Nervous System Looks Like
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Back in 1925, 2 students in Missouri were challenged to dissect a cadaver’s nervous system, it took the students more than 1500 hours to do this, they had to start from the brain and went down, this helped them leave the entire nervous system in one piece. The two medical students - M.A. Schalck and L.P. Ramsdell worked their bum’s off with their "blood, sweat and tears", the nervous system is currently displayed at the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine at the ATSU (A.T. Still University)

What’s more interesting is that there are only 4 of these in the entire world, scary and mind-blowing at the same time.

#5 A Baby Flamingo

#5 A Baby Flamingo
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You may have asked yourself about what a baby flamingo looks like, the pictures above may be confusing to some of you guys, especially for those who ask why they do not have their infamous pink color.

Well it is because baby flamingos are fed with a bred red milk that are made from their parents’ digestive tracts, as they grow up, they start to get their pink color.


#7 Here Aurora’s On Different Planets

#7 Here Aurora’s On Different Planets

Aurora’s are really beautiful, and what the good thing is that they also happen on different planets in our solar system. An aurora is the finale to a process that starts with the sun. The sun sends out a stream of solar winds into the solar system which are constantly happening, when the solar winds reach every planet, they get to interact with its magnetic field that surrounds it, then it compresses the field into a shape that is similar to a teardrop.

The change in the magnetic field causes the charged particles to accelerate towards the upper atmosphere, colliding with oxygen and nitrogen which gives off energy that is in the form of light. In which we see during an aurora.

#8 The Skin Of A Tiger When It Is Shaved

#8 The Skin Of A Tiger When It Is Shaved
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What many of us think is that the tiger gets its stripes from its hair, but no, each tiger has its own unique pattern of stripes.

According to tigers.org, the skin of the tiger is also striped beneath its patterned fur, the darkness of the pigmentation of its skin is related to the darkness of its fur.

#13 An Albino Raccoon!

#13 An Albino Raccoon!
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Albinism is a congenital disease that causes a complete or partial loss of pigmentation in an animal, and here is an Albino Raccoon, usually they are black and white, but sometimes mother nature is just freaky and creates something out of the blue.


#15 The Broken Fort

#15 The Broken Fort
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A rock standing 50 meters high which is known as the Dún Briste, is what many call a scene that is 1000 years old. Many believe that it got separated from Ireland in 1393 when monster seas severed it from Mayo County during a storm that hit the place overnight. 

The rock is 50 meters high and is 15 meters in width. The broken fort also has the remains of those buildings that were once placed on it.

And in 1980, 3 scientists landed on it by using a helicopter and spent a couple of hours to examine the remains of the buildings, they said that plants are still present on there.

#16 Snow Covers The Net Roof Of The Aviary In The Saint Louis Zoo

#16 Snow Covers The Net Roof Of The Aviary In The Saint Louis Zoo
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The first ever walk through aviary was built in 1904 by the Smithsonian Institute for the St. Louis World’s Fair, it was the largest of its kind during that time and was bought by the Saint Louis Zoo, it is still present there.

The correct construction of an aviary for zoos will require the involvement of a veterinary due to the health and husbandry concern of the animals.

#17 Bacteria From A 8-Year-Old Boy’s Hand

#17 Bacteria From A 8-Year-Old Boy’s Hand
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Before you freak out, remember that our immune system is fighting 24/7 against harmful bacteria. The image above is the bacteria present on the hand of an 8-year-old boy who was playing outside at the park.

 

#18 This Is What’s Behind A Reporter, Literally

#18 This Is What’s Behind A Reporter, Literally
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Journalists may look good from the front but what we ignore is what there back look likes, I mean literally. The picture above shows a journalist having a receiver for her In-Ear piece and a transmitter for her clip-on microphone fastened to her dress. This is a side that is never shown to the public.

#19 Very Big Amethyst Geode

#19 Very Big Amethyst Geode
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Geodes are rocks that contain crystals, the rocks are formed by a number of processes. One of the most known regions for geode mining is in the Artigas Region of Uruguay.

The largest amethyst geode is 13,000 kilograms, is 9 feet and 10 inches long, is 5 feet and 10 inches wide, and is 7 feet and 2 inches high. The rock is currently displayed in the Shandong Tianyu Museum of Natural History in China.

#20 This Is What An Actual Virus Looks Like Under An Electron Microscope

#20 This Is What An Actual Virus Looks Like Under An Electron Microscope
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What many once thought is impossible to achieve is now in front of us, this is what a bacteria looks like under an electron microscope. This creature is from the family of bacteriophages that was discovered in 1915. Phages were once used to treat cholera by scientists who didn’t know how they worked, and it was in 1940 when bacteriophages were seen under a microscope.

#21 An Empty Boeing 787

#21 An Empty Boeing 787
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Also known as the “Dreamliner”, the Boeing 787 and its younger siblings can seat up to 242 to 335 passengers per flight. The Dreamliner is actually 20% more fuel-efficient than its predecessor which is the Boeing 767.

Recently the Boeing 737 Max 8 raised many safety concerns, but the Dreamliner is a huge success for the airline company. The picture above was taken in 2013 when the FAA grounded all 787’s in the United States.

 Grab your mattresses and beanbags, we are camping kids!

#22 This Is What Inside Of A Space Suit Look Like

#22 This Is What Inside Of A Space Suit Look Like
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Here are some facts about space suits according to easyscienceforkids.com

· A spacesuit maintains a constant volume. You can survive in space for 15 seconds without wearing a spacesuit.

· Spacesuits are puncture proof.

· Astronauts will have to face so many challenges in space, like no air, no gravity etc. Spacesuits maintain earth like conditions and help them to survive.

·On the earth, a space suit weighs around 280 pounds without the astronaut in it. Although in space, it is weightless.

·The process of putting on a spacesuit is called ‘donning’ and the process of removing it is called ‘doffing’.

·Astronauts have a camera mounted on their helmet so that scientists on earth can see what an astronaut can see in space.

·An astronaut takes more than an hour to wear the space suit even with the help of a helper.

#23 This Is What A Salt Mine Looks Like

#23 This Is What A Salt Mine Looks Like
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Salt mining was one of the most dangerous and expensive things on earth to do before engines and earth-moving equipment were made.

Well salt mining is now easy and plentiful before it was often done by slaves or laborers in prison.

During the Roman Times, the amount of salt that was available on someone’s table was his/her mark of wealth, it was so valuable that before, soldiers were paid with salt.

#24 Elephant's Tail Up Close

#24 Elephant's Tail Up Close
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Like dogs, when elephants swing or wag its tail, it signifies that it is happy or excited. They also use it to communicate with each other.

The baby elephants usually hold on to the tails of their parents while they are on a walk, they do this so that they will be guided and secured.

The tails are also used as a flyswatter as it is full of hair.

#25 Behind The Scenes Of 'Baby Driver'

#25 Behind The Scenes Of 'Baby Driver'
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In the movie “Baby Driver” the red Subaru WRX stole the show as it weaved in and out of lanes, fit in gaps between traffic, jump barriers, and skid around obstacles.

Edgar Wright, the director, and writer of “Baby Driver” assembled a team of experts to set the car chases, the movie was shot in Atlanta. Edgar said that 95 percent of the movie was shot in-camera and used CGI for just a couple of shots.

Mr. Bean was the first one to do it…

 


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