30 photos that have not been seen for a long time, cormorants actually eat pigeons, and picture 1 shows the moment of the volcanic eruption
In Reykjavík, Iceland's capital, you can witness the eruption of the Fagradalsfjall volcano. This spectacular natural landscape is breathtaking.
In Spain, there is a labyrinth of abandoned gardens that are 400 years old, like a tunnel in time. The history and mysteries of this garden are waiting to be solved.
Cormorants are versatile birds that are not limited to preying on fish, they sometimes change their tastes and look for different food sources. This makes us marvel at the wonders of nature.
Rome has a historic road, built in 321 BC and still in use today, witnessing the passage of time.
In 1966, the United States experienced a snowstorm that piled up to the point of nearly flooding power poles, highlighting the power of nature.
Swedish swords and axes from the 16th to 19th centuries demonstrate the craft of making ancient weapons and why ancient people needed to wear armor to protect themselves.
In Japan in the 1800s, there were female warriors called Onna-bugeisha, who were actively involved in battles, in fact, as many as 30% of the remains on the battlefield were women, and they were also witnesses of history.
The radiation inside a nuclear reactor makes the water glow blue, which is a wonderful display of science.
The story of a cow escaping from a farm in Poland and being found living with a herd of wild bison months later calls attention to the dynamics of the human family, where each member undergoes changes over time.
Lion tigers (male lion + female tiger) exist only in captivity, they are the largest "cats" in the world, one of them named Hercules weighs more than 410 kg.
The first car to reach speeds of up to 100 kilometers per hour was a marvel of engineering.
A donut coated with 24k gold is an interesting idea because gold is harmless to humans, so it can be eaten.
The construction of the H-4 Hercules transport aircraft is a magnificent demonstration of engineering.
Fishermen found pods in the mouths of fish, small creatures attached to the fish's tongues and sharing food.
How braces work, this simple yet effective tool can help people get a beautiful smile.
A rare octopus has a transparent head that directly shows its brain structure.
Lebanon's triple waterfalls are known for their spectacular scenery, dripping through stones and presenting a three-dimensional natural wonder.
The face carved on the pumpkin is a masterpiece of the sculptor that makes this ordinary pumpkin interesting.
In the early morning Netherlands, the body of a dragonfly is inlaid with morning dew, which is beautiful.
The Seven Sisters oak tree is 1,500 years old, and this ancient tree has witnessed countless changes over time.
The beauty of Huangshan is mesmerizing, as if you are in a fairyland.
In 1923, two salesmen were trying to show the police force bulletproof vests in an attempt to convince them that the equipment could save lives.
The fly larvae eat lunch together, as if it were a tiny world, full of wonder and vitality.
The little stingrays are so cute and their innocence is intoxicating.
SIGIRIYA ROCK IN SRI LANKA IS BUILT A FORTRESS KNOWN AS LION ROCK, WHICH HAS A LONG AND SPECTACULAR HISTORY AND IS A WITNESS TO HISTORY.
In medieval England, narwhal's teeth were mistaken for unicorn horns and sold for medicinal purposes, a belief that transcended the mysterious potion of gold.
Built by King Krishna I over 1,000 years ago, the Kailash Temple was carved out of a "single stone" and is a witness to history.
A newborn baby elephant is learning to walk, and its cuteness is mesmerizing.
Kids frolic in the footprints of dinosaurs, a fun display of nature.