Don't you just love the Internet? All you have to do is type something on a search engine, and voila! Instant image! Photos speak volumes and give us an amazing insight into things we probably never even knew existed in the world. So, here are a couple of photos that will give you a whole new perspective on what the world really looks like. And what you see will change the way you look at everything around you.
#1. Calling this sea slug by its true scientific name, Elysia Chlorotica, can be a serious tongue twister.
But this “plantimal” is truly worth staring at for several hours. It may not be a leaf, but it’s got all the qualities of one. Believe it or not, this sea slug has the ability to photosynthesize like an actual plant. Mind blown!
#2. The next time you’re at the grocery store, make sure and check the change the cashier gives you.
You might be walking around with a dime that’s 104 years old and not even know it. Owning such an interesting coin is amazing. Plus, imagine how much this coin would be worth to an avid coin collector. You could turn a dime into some serious cash.
#3. Rome, Italy is known for having some narrow streets, which makes it difficult to drive a UPS truck.
Fortunately, UPS found a way around that. Instead of driving a truck, UPS uses a bicycle truck to deliver their packages through the narrow corridors in Rome. Now that’s pretty clever, and the UPS driver’s legs must be ripped.
#4. There’s a 2D world beyond that which is known to humanity, and you can probably find it in Chinatown.
Where else would you expect to find a 2D cartoon looking purse? It’s kind of sweet to walk around with one of these around your arm. Everyone will be turning their heads trying to figure out how you managed to bring a 2D object into a 3D world.
#5. This manhole cover in Germany looks like a gateway into another dimension or a dark dungeon.
A part of us dreads to think what could be lurking down there. But curiosity would make most of us investigate. But if we start to hear the sounds of ghouls or zombies, then we’ll just stay right where we are and send someone else instead.