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These Photos Will Change the Way You See Things

Edited By: Krista Mc'Farlene
 We don’t often give much thought to certain things that exist around us. For instance, have you ever wondered what a peeled raw egg looks like: Or that there are plates made from recycled milk cartons. So many things exist within the world that we have yet to discover. Take a look at this intriguing compilation that highly experienced scholars wouldn’t be able to resist. 
 
This is what a bag of potato chips at a convenience store looks like 7,438 feet above sea level!
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This is what a telephone cable cut open looks like.
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The inside of this apple was eaten by wasps.
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A pregnant squirrel.
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Hatching from its cocoon.
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An old sundial with multi-oriented panels showing the time in countries all around the world. 
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Frog eggs.
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In South Korea, rainwater is stored through a hydraulic system, keeping the streets dry.
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What a peeled raw egg looks like.
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Pictured below is Elasmotherium, a big hairy unicorn that existed as early as 29,000 years ago. According to a hypothesis, he is the prototype of a mythical unicorn.
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The eyes of a mollusk.
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Plate made out of a recycled milk carton from Denmark.
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A blue crayfish found in the mountains of West Virginia.
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Perfectly rectangular iceberg. 
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The remains of a 3000-year-old mummy with a toe prosthesis.
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A $2 coin from the Cook Islands. 
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A 150-year-old Bonsai.
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A rainbow tree opal.
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A part of a woolly mammoth skull.
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One of the oldest rocks in existence, the Murchison Meteorite. It’s 4,600,000,000 years old.
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An Anatis labiculata ladybug
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