Rare Albino Buck
Someone noticed an albino buck near their daughter’s daycare. Albinism is caused due to a lack of melanin, a dark brown-to-black pigment found in the skin, hair, and iris in all sorts of mammals.
Cyclist Janez Brajkovič Shows His Cyclist’s Legs
When ex-world champion cyclist Janez Brajkovič returned to sports after 10 months, it went viral on the internet. The 37-year-old was suspended after testing positive for a contaminated food supplement.
A Shiny Pokémon Caterpillar
An Australian Merino Sheep’s Wool
Merino sheep are known because of their soft fine wool. Sheep’s wool coat never stops growing, so they need to be sheared at least once a year. But this sheep is also exceptional in another way. They are extremely intelligent for their species as they can recognize up to 50 other sheep faces and even recognize human faces as well.
Snail’s Clear Shell Looks Like Glass
Someone found a snail with a crystal clear shell. This is because snails and slugs are related to shellfish and they are categorized under the same category as clams, oysters, and mussels.
A Musical Typewriter
Have a look at the way music was typed on paper sheets before the computer came into existence. Obviously, computers are way easier so these machines became extinct. This one is from the 1950s. Only a handful are left today and that too in museums. These music typewriters sold for about $255 at that time.
A Whale’s Huge Vertebrae
This fin whale vertebra was discovered beneath the water in Svalbard, Norway. The fin whale is the second-largest animal to ever live in the earth’s history and can reach lengths of at least 85 feet (26m). These sea mammals and can live for 80 to 90 years.
A Mosquito After Drinking Blood To The Full
Mosquitos are real-life vampires who prey on the blood of mammals. In this photo, someone woke up and actually managed to find the mosquito that just bit them. Instead of just swatting it, he noticed its appearance and took a picture of this mosquito with an abdomen full of blood.
A Person Doesn’t Sweat From Their Scars
Scars don’t sweat because sweat glands are destroyed in these areas of the skin. This is because sweat glands are not reproduced in scar tissue. This is why regulating body temperature is very important for victims of serious body burns.
A Chameleon’s Salivary Pajamas
There are about 200 different chameleon species and almost 50% of chameleon species live in Madagascar. They change color to communicate. A chameleon’s spit is 400 times more viscous than that of a human being so its saliva is super sticky.