A Few Things You Don’t See Everyday

The inner workings of the Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum Ikeda in Osaka, Japan

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A lizard who shed his face skin in one go, retaining its exact shape

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The corpse plant, whose Latin name translates to “misshapen penis” and smells like rotting meat.

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The inside of the iconic Doomsday Vault.

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Wulong Karst, an incredible spot in the heart of China.

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The flying fish up, which is rarely seen up close.

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A tightrope walker’s view as he carefully makes his way between two hot air balloons.

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A Chinese lantern, a flower that blooms in winter and dries out during spring.

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The view from the top of Mount Everest.

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The Atlantic Ocean road in Norway, otherwise known as the most extreme road on earth.

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The insane-looking insides of a meteorite.

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A very rare albino alligator.

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Manhattan today, versus what it would have looked like 400 years ago.

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The ammolite, a rare organic gemstone found in the Rocky Mountains. Some say it’s actually the rarest gemstone in the world.

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What it looks like on the inside of a kangaroo pouch.

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An elephant standing on his back legs to get some food.

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This incredible feat of color and layering.

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The cross section of an airplane that has been pulled apart.

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Icy water as viewed from above.

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A royal tiara – one of many – Queen Elizabeth’s Collection.

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A 3D cast with ultrasound technology, which helps heal bones faster.

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The famous Graves Supercomplication watch, known as the most complex watch in the world.

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A patch of grass after it was struck by lightning.

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