Scientists have discovered a species of winged shark

Scientists have discovered a species of winged shark that lived 95 million years ago in the Gulf of Mexico

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Hand-carved stone dildos dating back to Incan Empire. Showcased in a museum in Cuenca, Ecuador.

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Yellow King Penguin discovered near Antarctica

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This is called a “Nuclear shadow” the shadow of what was once a person, that was imprinted by the brightness of the nuclear bomb.

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Ph.D. Student Heather Dewey-Hagborg created “Stranger Visions”, 3D portraits of people based on DNA samples found from chewing gum and cigarette butts on the streets of New York City (2013-2014)

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Japan has a museum for rock that look like faces.

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These are matte black cards, unless you directly look at them, nothing is clearly visible. People around you can’t see them.

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An ancient tick, Deinocroton draculi, grasping onto a dinosaur feather. Both the tick and the feather became stuck in sap 99 million years ago, and has been preserved to this day in great condition.

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Velcro under a microscope reveals how it works.

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Tanystropheus is an extinct reptile with a very long neck.

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Portrait of Nikola Tesla made up of electrical machines

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2021 Restoration of 1919 photo, ‘Einstein’s Eclipse’ which confirmed Einstein’s prediction that the sun’s gravity should bend starlight, which could only be observed during total eclipse. 2021 is the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Nobel Prize win.

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this 8-ton creature (Orca) can leap at-least 15 ft into the air.

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The “road to hell” Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico

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5000 tiny ice sculptures made by Nele Azevedo to remember those men and women who made sacrifices in the First World War. ‘Minimum Monument’ as it was known was shown in Birmingham, UK in 2014. A powerful reminder that only lasted a few hours.

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23 foot Godzilla made using only rice straw and bamboo

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Michael Phelps has broken a 2,000-year-old Olympic record by surpassing the 12 individual titles won by Leonidas of Rhodes. Leonidas of Rhodes competed in four successive Olympiads in 164BC, 160BC, 156BC and 152BC and in each of these he won three different foot races.

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What the fuck is mexico doing having fucken sharks?? I bet they will stuff them full of drugs and send them over the border.

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In 2006, developers in Seattle offered an 84-year-old woman $1 million for her house so they could build a mall. She declined and refused to move, so they built the mall around it.

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Bananas have a curved shape because they reach for the sunlight when they grow.

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