These days when anything can be found with only a couple of snaps, it’s hard to trust that there are still things we’ve never observed. Notwithstanding, there are things on the planet that you would be exceptionally fortunate to see — even in photographs.
I have gathered unfathomable photographs from everywhere throughout the world demonstrating extremely uncommon things.
Have you ever seen a whale’s heart?
© TheKnightBus / Reddit
A shark’s egg in the light through the water
© ChazDoge / Reddit
This is what a big storm looks like from 37,000 feet above the ocean.
© tkmj75 / Reddit
A baby swordfish
© Tucko29 / Reddit
After the launch of a rocket
© melburymestar / Reddit
The tallest palm tree in the world. It’s hard to believe that it’s real!
© massivitet / Reddit
An unbelievable iceberg in Greenland
© AndrewHelmer / Reddit
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© LitAsAChristmasTree / Reddit
Lightning during a volcanic eruption
© Terje Sørgjerd / Commons Wikimedia
These mushrooms look like flames.
© J4CKR4BB1TSL1MS / Reddit
Paper nautilus baby
© 9999monkeys / Reddit
Eclipse from a plane
© xdel / Reddit
This turtle shell is covered with moss.
© starstufft / Reddit
A multicolored chameleon
© pbj831 / Reddit
The end of the Great Wall of China
© Ineedanoriginalusern / Reddit
A mountain lion hides in trees covered with snow.
© unknown / Reddit
The little dot on the left of the photo is Mercury orbiting the Sun.
© wizardspoiled / Reddit
A spider’s eye under a microscope
© Rauseofye / Reddit
This thick fog looks like waves.
© spicedpumpkins / Reddit
A very beautiful obelisk
© emoposer / Reddit
Trachyandra is a houseplant that looks like it has tentacles.
© Noticemenot / Reddit
A theatre behind the curtain
© kiaall / Reddit
A human-sized jellyfish
© Griffisimo / Reddit
A white bat
© Tucko29 / Reddit
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