Did you know that a starfish can have 4, 5, and even 6 arms? Have you ever seen wooden moving stairs or a Rubik’s cube for blind people? If you answered “no” to these questions, you should definitely see this compilation.
Bright Side never misses a chance to find out something new about our world, so we found 26 photos that are interesting, even for people who read a lot of books.
A llama’s eye
The sunset on Mars
Muscular hairless chimp
Laminar flow occurs when a fluid flows in parallel layers, with no disruption between the layers.
A storm over the Pacific ocean when lightning strikes
A Siberian bear hunting suit from the 1800s
The way these fish are synced is mesmerizing
A ship shipping ship shipping ships
Starfish with 6, 5, and 4 arms
Japan Shinkansen bullet train
Martian crater with a frozen lake inside
This lizard shed its tail and grew a new one to replace the old one: but also grew a fifth leg near the end of its new tail...
“One cup of sand from every beach and desert I visited over the past 3 years”
This is not a fox, it’s a Maned Wolf.
This working wooden escalator in an old department store
This is what 1 gram of gold looks like in my average-sized hand.
Inside the world’s largest hot-air balloon envelope (3 million cubic feet)
These dog-sized coconut crabs!
Lighting a lighter in slow motion
Crossing the Abyss
A gorilla’s hand compared to a human one
Heart-shaped bubble wrap
3-D model of a human nervous system
A Rubik’s Cube for blind people
“A Rubik’s cube style puzzle I got that’s based on size and shape rather than color.”
Mill Ends Park — the smallest park in the world situated in Portland
Did you know there were 4-armed starfish?
Preview photo credit sylvyrfyre / reddit