The earliest known ancestor of the whale

Indohyus - The earliest known ancestor of the whale

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It might give you the creepy-crawlies, but you almost certainly have tiny mites living in the pores of your face right now and they are called Demodex or Eyelash Mites

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Space shuttle docked to the international space station

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Photograph of nuclear explosion less than one millisecond after detonation in Nevada (1952). The surface is three times hotter than the surface of the sun.

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What would night sky look like if our eyes detected all stars telescope can

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Palaeontologists digging in northern Australia have found the fossilised remains of the ultimate fighting marsupial - a flesh eating “killer kangaroo” that had wolf-like fangs and once walked the earth more than 10 million years ago.

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This is paraceratherium a rhino relative, it’s considered to be the biggest land mammal to walk the earth, standing at 5 meters at the shoulder and weighing 44,000 lb.

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Andrias japonicus - The Japanese giant salamander can grow to a length of 5 feet (1.5 m) and a weight of 55 pounds (25 kg).

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That doesn’t look like OPs mom at all

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Young lions have rosettes and spots on their sandy coats, but these generally disappear as they mature.

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Tsunami Survival Pod. Made & sold in Japan.

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3-in-1 Canon mouse from 2009 that serves as a wireless mouse, 10-digit calculator, and keypad.

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Masouleh is a village in Iran where the streets are above the houses. The Village is known as "The courtyard of the upper building is the roof of the lower building "

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This view of the launch pads used by NASA and others at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida

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In 1954, Vietnam engaged France at Dien Bien Phu valley. While the French were supplied by air, the Vietnamese used these raggedy bikes. The superpower eventually surrendered on May 7.

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Swiss company SolarImpact has come up with a solar-powered yacht with the ability to cruise the entire globe without needing to stop and refuel. the 78-foot electric boat features a giant solar array, which covers the boats top, generating up to 320 kWh on a sunny day

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“Hurrian Hymn No. 6” is considered the world’s earliest melody, but the oldest musical composition to have survived in its entirety is a first century A.D. Greek tune known as the “Seikilos Epitaph.”

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With an average temperature of −8.8 °C (16.2 °F) and located about 450 kilometers (280 mi) south of the Arctic Circle, the city of Yakutsk in Sakha Republic, Russia, is the coldest large city in the world.

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WW2 veteran finds his old tank

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