Okay, so someone obviously took a picture of some big tanker and plastered it over a peaceful looking village. And to be honest it doesn’t even look like they did a very good job. If that’s what you’re thinking then you are so very wrong. This is the Pasha Bulker. In 2007 it ran aground on Nobby’s beach in Newcastle, Australia and not surprisingly became quite a tourist attraction.
Here’s another one that’s hard to believe. Besides looking completely out of place, why is everyone smiling? Haven’t they considered what is probably going to happen if there isn’t enough food on the table? Well, apparently they have. Meet Brutus the bear, he’s been raised in captivity his whole life and these days spends his time shooting TV commercials and being best man at weddings (we’re not joking…he was best man at his owner, Casey Anderson’s wedding).
Yes, this really happened. On February 22, 2005 US legend Andre Agassi faced Roger Federer on top of the Burj al Arab in Dubai on a helipad that was converted into a tennis court over 2,723 ft off the ground.
Although at first glance this photo can be a little hard to figure out, there are no invisible hockey players or floating helmets involved. Norway’s Ole-Kristian Tollefsen is simply get his headed pounded by Finland’s Petteri Nokelainen.
Alright, there’s no way this one can be real, can it? It can. Someone at San Fransisco SantaCon 2009 was just really good with makeup!
There are numerous legends as to how exactly this bike got swallowed up by a tree but whatever happened, someone evidently didn’t need their bike anymore. If you ever happen to be passing through Vashon, Washington you can stop and check it out.
It might look fake but in 2010 a boy was born in China with a total of 31 digits (15 fingers and 16 toes). He has since had surgery to remove the extra appendages.
No, it’s not a Monet. It’s a National Geographic photo that caused quite a stir on the internet when a bunch of people started calling shenanigans on the picture saying it was nothing more than a painting. The photo is real though, and it was taken in the Namibian desert at twilight. The yellow/orange background is not the sky, it’s actually a sand dune and the spots are patches of white grass. The foreground is bluish and dark as a result of being in the shade.
Apparently under the right conditions clouds can actually form indoors, which artist Berndnaut Smilde takes advantage of to snape some extremely surreal photographs.
Unfortunately it’s not a joke. This 85 tool swiss army knife manufactured by Wenger is 9 inches long and weighs a whopping 2 pounds.
Who would have guessed that something normally so cute and fuzzy could become something so terrifyingly huge? Known as giant grays these monster rabbits are bred by Karl Szmolinsky in Germany for food and business is booming. Evidently he even recently sold some to a delegation from North Korea. Evidently
No, it’s not a sinkhole. It’s actually the world’s largest diamond mine found just on the edge of Mirny, Russia. It’s so big in fact that helicopters can’t even fly overhead due to various air currents surrounding it.
It’s true, there are places in the world where people race ostriches. We’ll leave it at that.
What do you get when you cross a unicycle with a motorcycle (besides something insanely dangerous and hard to control)? You get the Uno, the worlds first motorcycle with only “one wheel”.
Although they probably didn’t make it far, we have to hand it to whoever thought putting a year’s supply of corn on this poor truck would be a good idea. And just in case you’re wondering this picture was taken in Somalia.