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Whether we are talking about historical or modern wonders, technological and architectural achievements, or breathtaking geological and natural wonders, the earth is full of wonders.
Surprisingly, unless we’re talking about the New 7 Wonders of the World, people rarely pay attention to the small, complex things that surround us.
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This remarkable shot was taken by Martin LeMay while walking with his wife through Hornchurch Country Park in Haveling, London.
“No one knows how the tree got there or how it survived, but year after year it continues to grow downwards and bears figs.”
Twelve years later, in 1972, he opened the bottle, added water, and sealed it completely. The self-contained ecosystem has thrived in his nearly 60 years.
For those wondering why this is possible: The garden is a perfectly balanced and self-sufficient ecosystem. Bacteria in the compost feed on dead plants and break down the oxygen released by the plants into carbon dioxide, which is needed for photosynthesis.
The lagoon, which reaches 3 meters deep and 90 meters long, is reshaped every year. Rainfall from January to June fills the dunes with water, and small rivers sometimes connect the lagoons.
However, archaeologists believe that this area of Cadiz, Spain has been inhabited for the past 20,000 years. Today, the cliffs overlooking the river are home to the town of Setenil de las Bodegas, famous for its dwellings built into huge rock overhangs. Modern Setenil evolved from a Moorish fortress built over a gorge in the 12th century, offering defensive views along the river…
Paratrooper Luigi Cani delivered 100 million seeds to remote deforestation areas in the Amazon region.
They were transported in biodegradable wooden crates weighing over 1 m³ and over 300 kg. Luigi plummeted at 300 km/h. He also held the world record for his shortest parachute jump on Earth in 2020.
Seeds collected for the project have a germination rate of over 95% and require no human intervention for germination.
Photographed using innovative 4D imaging technology and anatomically accurate models, scientists have successfully shed light on the mammalian world inside the womb.
It shows that different animals, such as elephants, dogs, dolphins and penguins, are at similar stages of development.
Scientists captured images for a National Geographic documentary called “Animals in the Womb.”
These images were also used in the 2009 Channel 4 documentary Animals in the Womb.
Created using a combination of ultrasound scans, computer graphics, miniature cameras and carefully crafted models to document animal development from conception to birth, it offers an unparalleled glimpse into the world. expect to see
In the 1970s, archaeological excavations near the modern city of Varna, Bulgaria, identified a large Chalcolithic necropolis dating to the 5th millennium BC. It contained the oldest gold artifacts ever discovered.
The most prestigious burials are the tombs in which the bodies of the highest-ranking men have been found… the first known elite male burials in Europe.
Built by the people of the Pandya dynasty, the unfinished rock-hewn temple was carved in the 8th century AD. It is unique in that it is the only Pandian-era monolithic temple carved three-dimensionally out of solid rock. Vettuvan Koil, in Tamil he has two literal meanings. One is the Sculptor’s Heaven and the other is the Temple of the Slayer.
Considering that they only used saws and axes, it was impressive how they were able to knock down those huge trees. target. But that was the peak of deforestation, and nothing could stop progress in expanding America.
A black seedless grape with one unusual feature. they are long … looks more like a log than a grape. These types of grapes are grown in the Middle East. This photo is from Syria.
A cave in the Rhodope Mountains of Bulgaria, hand-carved more than 3000 years ago (?) and rediscovered in 2001. or uterus. At noon, light shines through an opening in the ceiling and a phallic image is projected onto the floor. When the sun is at right angles in late February or early March, the phallus grows long and reaches the altar, symbolically fertilizing the uterus before the sowing of spring crops.
It was discovered in 1980 during the maintenance of a drainage channel. The ship was loaded with amphorae, lead ingots and boxwood logs. It dates from the 1st century BC.
Photo: Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici of the Emilia Romagna