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The “Submarine Pits” on Boca Chica Key


Boca Chica Key is an island in the lower Florida Keys approximately 4.8 km east of the island of Key West, which itself is about 244 km south-west of Miami.

Todra Gorge of Morocco


In the eastern part of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, near the town of Tinerhir, the Todra and the Dades Rivers have carved out a narrow canyon called Todra Gorge (sometimes spelled Todgha Gorge), on their final 40 kilometers through the mountains.

Auckland’s Utility Boxes Get Graffiti Makeover


Auckland-born artist Paul Walsh has been painting telephone utility boxes around his home city since 2013 with animal characters inspired by Internet memes, and so far has painted fifteen.

Scarecrow Festivals in the UK


Scarecrow festivals are held all over the world, but they are especially popular in the United Kingdom, where the use of scarecrows as a protector of crops date from time immemorial.

Auckland’s Utility Boxes Get Graffiti Makeover


Auckland-born artist Paul Walsh has been painting telephone utility boxes around his home city since 2013 with Internet memes and animal characters inspired by Internet culture, and so far has painted fifteen.

Singapore’s Playgrounds From Above


Malaysia-born and Singapore-raised renowned photographer Stefen Chow, in collaboration with a local company called Avetics, flew drones all over Singapore to capture these fascinating images of urban playgrounds across the city.

Half Animal, Half Plant: The Solar-Powered Sea Slugs


Can eating lots of vegetables turn you into a vegetable? Not really, unless you are a sea slug. There are several species of sea slugs that have chlorophyll in their bodies which they utilize to make food from sunlight through the process of photosynthesis, just like plants do.

Pencil Tip Sculptures by Salavat Fidai


Russian artist Salavat Fidai carves miniature sculptures on the lead tip of pencils, an art form he was inspired by another well-known miniature master Dalton Ghetti.

RATAN-600, The World’s Largest Radio Telescope


RATAN-600 (short for Radio Astronomical Telescope of the Academy of Sciences) is a radio telescope located near the village of Zelenchukskaya in the Caucasus Mountains, in Russia, at an altitude of 970 meters.

The Leper Tree of Malawi


Leprosy is a curable disease, but less than seventy years ago, people were dying from it. After the end of the 17th century, leprosy became a significant problem not only in the poorer countries of Africa and Asia, but western Europe as well.

The Surreal World of Neutrino Detectors


Neutrinos are one of the fundamental particles which make up the universe, but not in the way electrons, protons and neutrons are.

The Train to Heaven in Wroclaw


The Train to Heaven is a monument depicting an old, real steam locomotive standing upright and pointing towards the sky, located at Strzegomski Square in Wroclaw, Poland.

Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans 2015


Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans is an ongoing street art festival taking place in the island of Cozumel, in the Caribbean Sea off the eastern coast of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula.

The Narrowest Streets in the World


At what point does a street cease to be a street? According to the Guinness Book of Records, the narrowest street in the world is located in the old town of Reutlingen, in Germany.

The Surreal World of Neutrino Detectors


Neutrinos are one of the fundamental particles which make up the universe, but not in the way electrons, protons and neutrons are.

Exploding Anatomy Street Art of Nychos


Nychos is a street artist from Austria who creates highly imaginative “exploded-view” murals showing animals, humans and other characters in motion with their bodies dissected, skinned and cut into anatomical sections.

The Fairy Stones of Harricana River


We have seen in the past that concretions — the precipitation of minerals around particles — usually take spherical or oval shapes, as in the case of Klerksdorp Spheres and Moeraki boulders.

The Fortified Towns of M'Zab Valley


MʾZab is a deep, narrow oasis valley located within the Sahara, consisting of five walled towns, about 600 km south of Algiers, the capital of Algeria.

James Turrell’s Roden Crater


If you thought building a house on top of an extinct volcano was cool, how about building one on the inside?

Michigan Builds Fake Town to Test Driverless Cars


Early this week, the University of Michigan together with Michigan Department of Transportation opened a new test environment that would enable car manufacturers and technology suppliers to test driverless cars in a controlled environment.


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