Incredible Images That Show You Just How Stunning And Complex Our World Really Is

11Water droplets with pollen

If you are wondering what the white particles inside each droplet of water are, it is pollen. Pollen is the microscopic grain discharged from the male part of a flower. Each grain contains a male gamete that can fertilize the female ovule, to which pollen is transported by the wind, insects, or other animals.

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Water droplets with pollen

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12The underside of a jaguar

We all know that jaguars are covered in spots to make them blend in with their surroundings but have you ever seen the underside or belly of a jaguar? Here you can see just how different the spots on the belly of a jaguar are to the ones on its back. They are bigger and darker with the fur around the spots looking much whiter.

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The underside of a jaguar

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13Rolled up snow

We all have seen kids make snowmen with snow but have you ever seen a snow roll? Yes, that is exactly what you are looking at. We’re not sure how this was possible or how much time it took to make this but the look on the child’s face lets you know just how excited and proud she feels for doing it.

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Rolled up snow

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14A very unique watch

There are two types of watches, digital and analog. When you go to buy an analog watch you have to buy the regular ones that have arrows pointing to the correct time. But, here is something unique. This is a watch that has spinning dials instead of arrows. The spinning disks are there for the hour, minute, and second. This can be a great conversation-starter.

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A very unique watch

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15A horizontal tree

Have you ever seen a tree growing sideways? Now you have. This image was taken in Western Australia where the winds can cause serious damage to tall trees. Here we can see again just how resilient nature can be. The tree did not break but in fact, just bent over and is still growing.

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A horizontal tree

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