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Our world is strange and full of surprises. Thanks to our curiosity, we keep discovering unbelievable things that technology lets us share.

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We often discover answers to our questions from travelers, scientists, and professors who address them online. In fifteen photographs, we present occurrences and oddities that few understand.

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#1 The endangered “small blue dragon” in Mexico

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#2 The Vienna Blue Rabbit is fairytale-like.

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#3 Huge bat. It just eats fruit.

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#4 Rio de Janeiro’s Royal Portuguese Cabinet of Reading is neo-Manueline and sumptuous.

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#5 It’s not rare: an agate in a snail’s shell. Ore ejected and invaded space.

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#6 Woodpeckers mark trees strangely.

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#7 Electromagnetic radiation from electrical lines causes lights to switch on by themselves, hair to stand on end, and ozone-scented air.

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#8 He was photographed at an angle that makes the triangular structure look flat.

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#9 Eggs fried in sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide at Japan’s Owakudani volcanic valley.

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#10 Here are the deadly Cassowary’s claws.

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#11 US cold wave pieces of ice over a home

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#12 When we touch synthetic or plastic clothes, we get static electricity. We emit electricity because of this.

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#13 Minerals color the lagoon’s water. However, it loses its color in a glass. “Blue Lagoon”

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#14 Some salty water formations generate lakes at the ocean’s bottom. Here’s a diver on one

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#15 This uncommon appearance is caused by microscopic ice crystals in clouds or the atmosphere.

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