This adorable Australian Shepherd is Toby
and while at first glance he may appear to look like any other
Australian Shepherd but Toby is special – he has two noses! He was
discovered wandering the streets of Fresno, California, and was picked
up by a rescue group. However, the so-called rescue group considered him
unadoptable and were ready to put him to sleep. That was until Todd
Ray, a man who owns a number of animals with birth defects, adopted him
and made him a member of his family.
From user eWilliam on Reddit: “A friend went for a walk the other night and saw this woman just standing on a roof.”
These are called sprites! They’re an
upper-atmospheric phenomena that occurs during thunderstorms, where
large lightning strikes can discharge some of their energy upwards
instead of down.
The Wonder Spot was a popular Wisconsin tourist attraction that was open from 1949 until 2006 before being demolished. It featured a small cabin at the edge of a ravine and was advertised as “a place where the normal rules of gravity do not apply”. Sure enough, if you were to travel to The Wonder Spot, you’d find it impossible to stand up straight. Water ran backwards and in strange, swirling motions and it was possible to balance chairs and tables on two legs. It was very difficult to walk properly, as you would be met with a strange weightless feeling, as if you were walking on the moon. This story is certainly freaky and there aren’t many definite explanations for this strange phenomena. Tour guides merely attributed the lack of gravity to igneous rock formations, which makes it even more fascinating.
In 2005, a group of artists in Italy
built a giant 200-foot-long plushie rabbit in the countryside, and just
left it there. It’s been there ever since. (Source)
This strange little dude popped up in my garden last night (inland
Eastern Cape, South Africa). Looks like a stinkhorn, but no smell. Found here
Heavy rain leaves trail under crystalline water and creates rare, beautiful scene. This scene is located in Bonito, MS, Brazil.