Sun Haiying picks up garbage overseas, a black woman with a hip circumference of 2.4 meters, 36 pictures to see the world
author：Fun Facts Say
01: In 1921, Afghan Princess Fatima Sultan visits the United States. It is said that when she went to bed at night, the princess took off her earrings and took out her nose beads, and even mice and bats did not dare to enter her room.
02: A cute little mouse: Looking for a place to sleep, he finds a bed in a half-eaten apple in a tree.
03: Salle Fort in Maharashtra, India, at the very top of the hill known as the Devil's Entrance.
04: Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard on the scene of "Breakfast at Tiffany" in 1961.
05: China: The Great Wall, after a century of vicissitudes.
06: The feathers of the Brahmin chicken are very gorgeous, and the feet are like wearing a pair of big boots.
07: If you forget to bring your shopping bag, supermarkets in Australia can lend you one, just don't forget to return it.
08: The magnificent mosaic floor of a Roman villa unearthed during the excavations of the ancient city of Zeuma.
09: The epidemic is gone, but we should not forget the health care workers who fought for it around the world.
10: In the beauty contest of 1963, from left to right, Miss Finland, Miss France and Miss Germany, the beauty at that time was all natural
11: Wildlife overpass near Banff Alberta, a fence along the highway that prevents animals from crossing, greatly reducing the number of animals killed by vehicles.
12: A German postcard from World War II showing a large German soldier banging together on the head of a British, French, and Russian soldier.
13: American and Mexican children playing on a seesaw installed on the border between the two countries.
14: The ancient ruins of Baie, near the Italian city of Bacoli, are home to a peculiar plant known as the inverted fig tree.
15: In 1941, Hitler delivered a speech to the Reichstag declaring war on the United States at the Kroll Opera House in Berlin.
16: April 1943 Hulett unloader at the Pennsylvania Railroad Ore Terminal in Cleveland.
17: Deep in the Himalayas, a honey hunter descends from a cliff and makes a ladder out of rope.
18: The Yongkyung Hotel is a true display of North Korea's madness, the 105-storey hotel was abandoned for 16 years during the Holodomor and began work again in 2008, when it was plated with $150 million worth of glass.
19: The main feature of the Mascara Festival is the Street Dance Festival, where a group of dancers wearing happy masks and colorful costumes dance and spin along the city streets to the beat of Latin music.
20: 13th-century Tintager Castle in North Cornwall, England.
21: This perfect snake game you can watch for hours...
22: This delicate orchid looks like a landing bird.
23: This image, which looks like a pile of shells and marbles, is actually a grain of sand that has been magnified 300 times.
24: Family portrait of Chinese immigrants in Oregon in the 1890s.
25: Static Flyer, a young mountain gorilla in Uganda honing its climbing skills.
26: Peru's Rainbow Mountain, a geologically rich place in the Andes, is wonderfully displayed along the slopes with brilliant colorful mineral belts.
27: France launched a model contest with fat beauty, and the weight must be more than 160 pounds.
28: Can anyone tell me why my chocolate bar looks so similar to this person's head?
29: A girl geisha in Japan in 1920.
30: Myanmar farmers use solar lanterns to milk cows at night to avoid the scorching sun during the day.
31: Natural rock formations inhabited by Goreme, Turkey: with a history of thousands of years.
32: Bronze sculpture inspired by Arthurian legend, standing at Tintagel Castle, England.
33: Gardens by the Bay Singapore has an amazing design.
34: Recently, someone posted a photo of Sun Haiying picking up garbage overseas, and sold it for $21 with the text, and Teacher Sun taught this netizen how to sort out garbage, which is embarrassing, is this still the stone glory of the year?
35: Four different seasons were filmed on the same street near Blanchebrook Park, Newark, New Jersey.
36: Mikel Rufinelli is a Los Angeles woman who currently holds the record for the widest hips in the world, reaching an unusual 2.4 meters in hip circumference.