Nature is so complicated as well as full of mysteries than you think. Not only that but also we have to admit that mother nature has blessed us with plenty of knowns, unknown wonders.
Dear readers, please note that what we meant by wonders is not only about the incredible pyramids, fortresses, or beautiful; ancient architecture but also about sensitive macro leveled or micro leveled structures that are or aren’t around us that we really can’t identify easily.
And by checking all of these photos, you will tend to think that each and every living or non-living organism or object is a wonder including yourself. Also, you will feel each and everything thing in this world is existing with something mysterious.
Taking decades and even centuries to create, the natural wonders of the world always bring that curiosity and excitement to us. In fact, this beautiful scenery centers the soul in this chaotic world and provides a relaxing experience with much-needed tranquility and peace. From the micro-sized colorful organism to the gigantic Sequoia tree, everything you discover is a wonder with a hidden mystery.
#1 The Sediment From This Chemical Reaction Looks Like A Marshy Forest
#2 Amorphophallus Titanium Is One Of The Largest Flowers In The World. It Wakes Up Once Every 40 Years For 4 Days!
#3 This Is A Colorful Grass-Hopper
#4 Melanesians With Their Beautiful Dark Skin And Blonde Hair
#5 “Palm Print Of An 8-Year-Old In A Nutrient Medium After The Kid Had Played Outside”
#6 Syncephalastrum Fungi Look Like Flowers Under A Microscope
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Hey @chaetomium.queen – I had a Syncephalastrum today too! Did a slide culture on it and was able to see these crazy rhizoids 😍 #micro #microbiology #lab #laboratory #science #healthcare #mycology #fungi #mold #zygomycete #funinfungi #pathogen #pathology #medtech #mls #cls #mlt #medmicro #medicalmicrobiology #ladiesinlabcoats
#7 Just A Contortionist Sitting On His Head
#8 Incredibly Rare Baby Albino Sea Turtle
#9 Mexican Ajolote Meets ‘How To Train Your Dragon’
#10 The world’s Tiniest & Most Poisonous Dart Frog Is About 10mm Large And Is 100x more Powerful Than Morphine
#11 Wrap-Around Spider
#12 A 54-Million-Year-Old Gecko Trapped In Amber
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