World's first salmon vending machine in Singapore

World’s first salmon vending machine in Singapore

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Grains of salt under an electron microscope

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Known formally as Macroscelides micus, this diminutive sengi sports pinkish skin underneath its hair and a long, almost trunk-like “proboscis”; a newly discovered species of “elephant shrew” that lives in an isolated part of Namibia.

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Once thought extinct, the world’s smallest pig species has been rediscovered. The pygmy hog is only ten inches tall.

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The skull of a hippo

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Saturn’s rings are around 10 meters thick most of the time, and made with shards of ice whose width range from a grain of sand to a whole mountain.

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The first ever webpage, created in 1990 by British scientist Tim Berners Lee when inventing the ‘World Wide Web’ while working at CERN.

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Chaser was a Border Collie with the largest tested memory of any non-human animal. Chaser could identify and retrieve 1,022 toys by name.

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Peacock in flight

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Lappet-faced vultures

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A sea slug can be decapitated and regenerate its entire body! After 20 days, about a third of these headless planarians will regenerate completely, new heart and all.

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Rare flat, softshell turtle found in Mekong River (known as Pelochelys cantorii)

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The size of an eagle’s talon

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Frigate birds sleep while they fly. They have an ability to turn off half their brain and put their body on autopilot

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Amid California’s latest drought, which lasted from 2011-2017, 96 million ‘shade balls’ were deployed on the Los Angeles reservoir. These floating, black plastic balls cover the water surface to prevent evaporation.

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This is what removing RAM while the computer is on looks like

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A Texas farmer found this astronaut helmet in his field after the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster February 1, 2003.

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An article from 1963

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For more than 60 years, James Harrison donated his blood, a very rare type, once every two weeks. Through his donations, the Australian Red Cross estimates that he has saved at least 2.4 million babies. In 1999, he was awarded the Order of Australia.

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A rainbow around the sun

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