Grand Teton National Park witnessed a heart-pounding episode as two tourists attempted to capture close-up photos of a grizzly bear and her cub, only to find themselves in a perilous situation. Grizzly bears, known for their remarkable speed of up to 35mph, proved to be formidable adversaries when the tourists unintentionally provoked the protective mother. Captured on video … [Read more...] about Men try to take close-up photos of grizzly bear and cub – it doesn’t end well
In the nooks and crannies of history, you'll find ingenious solutions that continue to stand the test of time. Among these, dust corners emerge as a timeless invention that not only serves a practical purpose but also adds a touch of elegance to our living spaces. Dust corners, those clever triangle-shaped pieces, typically crafted from brass or nickel, were devised during … [Read more...] about Dust Corners: A Victorian Invention That Still Serves Us Well
Hungarian illustrator Ádám Németh creates amazing 3D renderings of what the ancient Greek city of Ephesus most probably looked like when it was part of the Roman Empire around the beginning of the 2nd century AD. What we see today of ancient Greece are mostly ruins, and strolling through them it’s hard to imagine what those places and buildings actually looked like in their … [Read more...] about This Is What Ancient Greece Really Looked Like – Well, Most Probably
Known as the "drainpipe of the Pacific," Thor's Well likely formed after a sea cave collapsed. One of the most mysterious natural wonders of the oceans is Thor's Well, which resembles a bottomless abyss and seems to be robbing the sea of its water. In reality, Thor's Well is the collapsed ceiling of a sea cave that was carved out by water and left in ruins. Thor's Well, … [Read more...] about Thor’s Well Is An Oceanic Sinkhole That Appears To Have No Bottom.
The Paraná, the second-longest river in South America, spans four nations: Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina. Its length is 4,880 kilometers. 4,880 kilometers is a considerable distance that offers many chances to discover remarkable things. One of the most fascinating findings in the case of the Paraná was found at its delta: a 120-meter-diameter island that was nearly fully … [Read more...] about This Circular Island in Argentina Rotates Continuously and Floats as Well.