The Ancient God
We Earthlings (using this term in case there are aliens out there,) have a tendency to look for God everywhere — in nature, in each other, and now even on Mars. See below a rock that resembles a Neo-Assyrian god that was spotted on the surface of the planet.
The sighting has been credited to a phenomenon called pareidolia wherein one sees a human face in an inanimate object. Or maybe the aliens are secretly worshiping their own gods.
A Wild Donut
A donut-shaped object was spotted on an image taken by NASA’s Mars Opportunity Rover. The object suddenly appeared in a set of before and after images, out of nowhere! Cue the mysterious background music…
NASA has debunked any rumor regarding this object, stating that it’s not an alien fungus but simply a donut-shaped rock dislodged by the rover. Regardless, it’s better to believe that the aliens have taken a liking for donuts!
A Hovering Spoon
A spoon was spotted on the surface of planet mars, seeming to hover over the ground. In the photo taken by the Curiosity Mars rover, the spoon-like object can be seen levitating at the bottom of this photo towards the center.
This phenomenon happens because the pull of gravity isn’t as strong on Mars as it is on Earth. As a result, fragile structures like this can hold up more easily without crumbling to pieces.
Obviously, there’s no actual way any blueberry made its way to the Red Planet’s surface. But a photo taken of the surface revealed a whole field of spherical little blue rocks that look like berries from afar!
Researchers are still trying to decipher the mystery of the blueberries in outer space, but until then, we strongly advise not to try to eat any if you end up on this planet by chance.
It seems Mars has developed a hol-(e)-y issue, but not the kind involving god. A photo captured near the planet’s south pole shows a perfectly circular hole near the surface.
The stuff at the bottom of the hole is frozen carbon dioxide, and its estimated size is at least a few hundred meters across. The correct number can’t be determined as we’ve only seen it from orbit so far.
To this date, there has been no sign of life on Planet Mars. But that doesn’t mean there haven’t been some bizarre sightings up there. This photo shows something that looks like an iguana.
Even though some people have asserted that it’s simply an iguana-shaped rock, others disagree. Scott C. Waring, the owner of the UFO Daily Sightings Blog, has commented how believing that it’s just a rock would be a very close-minded observation.
The Great Pyramid
It seems the ancient Egyptians reached into the outer galaxy to build their beloved structures. This ‘pyramid’ seen circled below sent conspiracy theorists and UFO enthusiasts into a frenzy.
Some have gone so far as to call it a message sent from the ancient civilization. According to Dr. Jim Bell of the Curiosity program, it’s really just a rock, but for the public, the alien theory sounds like a more interesting story to tell.
The Kirkwood Spheres
A 2012 mystery photo remains unsolved to this very day. The Opportunity rover captured a shot a decade ago of this unique formation off of Mark’s Kirkwood outcrop.
Even though the formation looks similar to those of the blueberries, NASA has stated that these spherical growths do not have the iron-rich composition of the blueberries. They also differ in concentration, distribution, and structure. These puzzling cells seem like the perfect mystery for all the alien enthusiasts!
It seems like some devils follow you whether you’re on Earth or in space. The occurrence of dust devils was confirmed on the Martian surface as a hazardous phenomenon, something future humans will have to figure out how to protect themselves from.
First spotted by the Opportunity rover, the weather phenomena confirmed all the theories scientists had about there being little twisters on Mars. Now, all the rovers that go there are equipped against dust devils.
Is it Beaker?
The Muppets seemed to have spread their magic all across the galaxy, from Earth to Mars. An image taken in Mars’ south pole area shows a shape on the surface that looks like, you guessed it, Beaker the lab assistant from the Muppets.
The conclusion for this cartoon’s appearance has been credited to the areas of frozen carbon dioxide that are chock full of mesas and pits that sometimes form interesting shapes.
The Jake Matijevich Rock
This super famous rock (not to be confused with all-around hero Dwayne Johnson) is one of the most well-known from the planet of Mars. It’s made a name for itself as it is composed of minerals typically found in Earth’s core. Another unsolved mystery for the researchers…
The rock has been named after NASA engineer Jake Matijevich, who was involved in developing the Sojourner, Spirit, Curiosity, and Opportunity rovers.
Bigfoot or a Statue?
It seems like Earthly mysteries have also been making secret sojourns to outer space. In 2007, the Spirit Rover captured yet another unusual photo. What you’re seeing showcases some rock formations that look like a statue, or maybe even Bigfoot!
UFO Daily Sightings has blamed the aliens, stating that they put up a female statue there. However, The Planetary Society debunked that claim, saying that it is most likely just an optical illusion.
The Egg Rock
This smooth meteorite was discovered by the Curiosity rover in 2016. The egg rock was spotted at the base of Mars’ Mount Sharp in the Gale crater and is made of rare iron and nickel.
The golf ball-sized object might resemble an egg, but there is nothing food-like about the rock. According to scientists, the meteorite may have fallen to the surface of Mars millions of years ago. At least it got to keep its cool name!
In 2021, the Curiosity Rover managed to capture an unfamiliar and shiny object on the red planet. Scientists have since confirmed that the strange sighting is most likely a part of geology on Mars.
The most astounding part of this finding is that the entire photograph covers just 1.6 inches, so the fact that the rover was able to pick it up at all is pretty impressive! What do you think it resembles?
A Human Bone
This was an image that set the conspiracy theorists’ minds on fire and gave birth to many new ideas about the galaxy. Many believe that this fractured resembles a human bone!
Despite what the object looks like, it is in actuality just a bone-shaped rock. Even knowing that, it’s hard to distinguish between a human bone and this suspicious-looking rock. Or maybe the ancients just got there before us, right?
A Martian avalanche has been caught on camera several times. Similar to how it happens on Earth, once the weather warms up and the ice (made from carbon dioxide) starts melting, avalanches are triggered on the cliffs of Mars.
These icefalls were first sighted on Mars back in 2008 and the most recent image was taken in 2020. There is no doubt that the phenomenon is a spectacular sight to behold, especially on the Red Planet.
It seems Mars is pretty good at deceiving humans, and that’s no surprise considering its namesake is the Roman god of war. This captured photo shows a crater that resembles a tadpole to an astonishing degree.
After much deliberation, it was determined that the tail slithering out of the body was actually just water movement and Mars remained as amphibian-less as ever. Sorry to disappoint!
These dragon scales are in actuality anything but. They’re in fact part of a hillside that looks like scales due to water erosion. Scientists are still at loose ends trying to figure out the nature of the water that caused the erosion.
Some experts believe that it could’ve been the dry ice sliding down the mountain. Whatever the truth is, we think that this looks like a close-up of a scene out of Game of Thrones. Who’s with us?
At first glance, this photo — captured by the Curiosity rover — appears to be an ordinary shot of the surface of Mars. But a closer inspection reveals what looks like a strange creature hiding in the creases of the cliffs.
A Facebook group resorted to decoding the mystery themselves and zoomed in on the strange creature, finding it to resemble a crab monster. The scientists have since debunked this and attributed the image to a play of lights and shadows.
The Kissy Face
The phenomenon of pareidolia is a regular occurrence while going through the photos taken on Mars. This photo shows some sort of humanoid making a kissy face! To whom, we can’t really say.
Even though it is true that the most hardcore skeptics will find it hard to argue with this likeness, in actuality it’s just another rock formation. Or maybe it was Valentine’s Day in outer space that day!
Martian Morse Code
It seems like the Men in Black might have to get back to business because this looks serious. The Reconnaissance Orbiter captured this unusual photo of some odd formations on the surface of Mars that could pass as Morse code.
Before you start trying to decode this sequence, NASA has confirmed that the limited sand on Mars has caused the dunes here to create dots and dash shapes. We were also hoping for a cooler response.
Egg rocks and now waffle island. It appears that the Martians are preparing for a lavish brunch or something. This waffle-shaped island, which was snapped by the Reconnaissance orbiter in 2014, measures around 1.2 miles wide.
The area appears to look like one of our favorite breakfasts because it’s located in an area with lots of lava flows, giving that zig-zaggy waffle look. Regardless, it does look good enough to pour maple syrup on, don’t you agree?
A Human Face
This photo, taken by the Viking 1 and 2 orbiters, is probably one of the most famous shots from the Red Planet. Why? Well, take a look for yourself and see. Do you also see those masked faces on the surface that seem to jut out of the ground?
These photos, when initially taken, were with low resolution and clearly depicted human faces. However, newer and high-resolution images show that it’s actually a mountain structure that doesn’t resemble a face at all!
Evidence of Water
Humans’ obsession with Mars has only skyrocketed over the last few decades. One of the biggest questions with this planet is whether there is any liquid water. Some scientists have even suggested that the entire planet has been made up of numerous lakes.
Recent evidence indicates that liquid water did exist on the planet for about a million years, and didn’t all dry up all at once. The water exists majorly as ice today or in small quantities as vapor in the atmosphere.
Light on the Horizon
Apparently, seeing a light on the horizon in Mars does not indicate one is dying, but instead was taken as a sign of life on the Red planet. This photo taken by the Curiosity rover in 2014, shows what appears to be light on the horizon, which gave birth to multiple alien rumors.
NASA researchers were quick to dispel the extraterrestrial enthusiasts and clarified that the light was most likely caused by cosmic ray hits.
A Little Bit Fishy
At first glance it looks like there’s a fish on Mars, and a second look reveals the same result. Alas, it’s not a fish but instead a rock shaped like a fish fossil, confusing researchers and exciting the conspiracy theorists all at once!
Talking about this faux fish, NASA responded, “Mars likely never had enough oxygen in its atmosphere and elsewhere to support more complex organisms. Thus, large fossils are not likely.” Say goodbye to Nemo on Mars!
The most beautiful patterns ever created are found in nature. And it’s true for those found on Mars too. First found in 2012, these lava coils resemble corkscrew snail shells, and are the result of ancient lava flows on Mars.
The Martian lava coils are about 100 feet across which is much larger than their terrestrial counterparts that are often only a foot or so in size. It seems like Mars has the upper hand on Earth in creating beautiful patterns.
Random Metal Piece
The Curiosity rover captured an image in 2013 that showed a small hunk of metal lying on the surface of Mars. As it happens with any unusual find, the alien watchers had all kinds of theories based on the metal.
Unfortunately, the metal is most likely a piece of meteorite captured in the right light. Or it’s possible that Thor visited Mars and left his hammer on the surface, right? Well, at least that’s what we like to believe.
This photo, captured by Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, shows a unique-looking crater that’s shaped like everyone’s favorite old-school video game hero. Could Pac-Man really be residing on Mars?
While this is one of the more peculiar sightings on Mars, the likely truth is that the impact of a crater with a crescent-shaped sand dune inside caused this. We know this answer is a total anti-climax, sorry to disappoint again guys!
An Active Volcano
Mars has many naturally occurring phenomena that make it a wonder. From the discovery of water to the lava coils and avalanches. So, when the European Space Agency’s Express orbiter took this image, many rightfully believed it was evidence of an active volcano.
However, it turned out that it was actually a small cloud that was situated very close to the Arisa Mons shield volcano. It seems like this is one wonder we’ve kept strictly to Earth.
Butt Crack Rock
Even the rocks on Mars aren’t spared from being the butt of jokes it seems. Get it? In this photo captured by NASA’s perseverance rover in February 2021, a rock with an uncanny resemblance to one’s rear was found on the surface.
Space fans had a good laugh over this funny-looking rock in the Jezero crater and gave it the moniker of butt crack rock. We think that the rock also resembles a hot cross bun. You take your pick!
Angels in Space
The European Space Agency Mars Express captured a recent photo of the Red Planet’s south pole that had space enthusiasts feeling like heaven is actually on Mars. The photo showcased the print of an angelic figure next to a heart.
Before you let your creative juices flow on the meaning of this, the explanation of this phenomenon lies in the geology of the place. The head and the halo are imprints of an impact crater, while a sublimation pit formed the hand on the left.
It appears like the dinosaurs left Earth only to migrate to Mars a million years ago. Or it might be the overactive imagination of yet another scientist and software engineer like Kevin Gill who has been credited with finding many funny rocks in rover photos.
This one was snapped by Gill with the Perseverance rover in April of 2021. And yes, this rock does greatly resemble a Brachiosaurus. However, scientists are still looking for evidence of microbial life.
It seems like there’s an abundance of faces up on the surface of Mars. From gods to mere mortals, everybody has been covered. Another addition to this weird list is the Happy Face crater, captured both during 2011 and 2020 with minimal changes.
This crater is located in the south pole and it looks either like a happy yet creepy smile. The darkening of the outline has been attributed to the changing frost cover on the ground.
The space fans are forever on the lookout for interesting things, or giving strange things even stranger backstories. One such blog for UFO enthusiasts suggested that an object spotted by the Curiosity rover was actually a cannonball leftover from a war on Mars.
This theory was popular in December of 2017 before NASA promptly took to Twitter to point out how the object was actually made up of calcium, sulfate, sodium, and magnesium.
This photo of Bigfoot’s supposed skull was captured and paved the way for many alien conspiracies to come to light. They were quick to imagine a big, hairy version of aliens after spotting this skull among debris on Mars.
The Curiosity rover’s image taken in 2016 is in fact just a random rock. However, we can all understand why skeptics thought they were on to something more.
The Rock of Perseverance
It seems that the rocks on Mars are the celebrities of the planet because they’re always being snapped by the rovers and are the constant talk of international media outlets.
So, when this odd rock was captured by the Perseverance rover in March 2021, it wasn’t long until it made the news. Scientists and space fans have speculated it’s a weathered piece of bedrock, a chunk of Mars thrown from somewhere else by an impact event, or possibly a meteorite.
Pancakes in Outer Space
NASA’s Curiosity rover snapped this image resembling a flattish rock in November of 2020. The shape and color of the rock have been compared to many food items, from pancakes to melted chocolate ice cream.
There was also speculation around the shininess of the rock which has since been cleared up as being the result of the constant pressure of wind and sand on its surface. Regardless, if the Martians are still looking to add to their brunch menu, here’s another popular dish!
The Curiosity rover captures more than just the geology, it also documents the happenings in the sky. One such documentation unveiled shimmy, iridescent clouds in the Mars sky in March of 2021.
The clouds, which look like a mother of pearls close up, appear so because of the particles being nearly identical in size. According to atmospheric scientist Mark Lemmon, this happens just after clouds have formed and grown at the same rate.
This one seemed like the enthusiasts overreached a little, but it is still bizarre enough to warrant a mention. This object on the surface of Mars looks similar to a robot leg, or maybe even a puppy toy.
Captured by Curiosity rover in 2019, this is actually neither a boot nor a bot but just a rock shaped like one. Regardless, it’s not every day you find possible links to an AI invasion of Mars, right?
This bizarre-looking formation was snapped by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter in 2017. The snapshot is a region known as Noctis Labyrinthus or labyrinth of the night. It seems that the intrigue lies not only in the object here, but also in the name.
NASA has explained the wavy areas around the mesa as sand dunes. They also stated that the area was heavily eroded, and the mesa was probably composed of sedimentary deposits that are being exhumed as it erodes further.
Stick it On
The Curiosity Rover Twitter account shared these photos in January of 2018. The images show some stick-like figures on the surface of Mars, about a quarter-inch long.
Scientists have speculated that these figures may in actuality be crystals or minerals filled in spaces where crystals had formed and then dissolved. Some Twitter users claimed what we’re actually seeing are either tire tracks or Viking runes. We’ll let you decide!
With a title like ‘The Case of the Martian Boulder Piles,’ these formations induce mystery from the very first look. Taken by Reconnaissance Orbiter in March of 2018, this image contains a series of boiler piles in a very orderly line.
According to NASA, the neat piles could have been a result of frost heave, a process which has been observed on Earth too. It seems we do have a lot of things in common with the Red Planet, after all!
A Rover Piece
The Curiosity rover has been instrumental in finding out more about Mars. A famous incident in 2012 resulted when the rover spotted an unusual and shiny object on the ground.
Speculations and jokes ran amuck, from it being Jimmy Hoffa’s cufflinks to an AOL CD. Finally, NASA announced that the object was actually a small piece of the rover itself that had fallen off. This was, as they say, an anti-climax!
It seems there is another cartoon character up on Mars. In an image captured by the HiRise camera team for NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the spacecraft seems to look like the mascot of Planters, Mr. Peanut.
The image was formed due to a collection of pits but one can’t help but see the famous logo upon viewing it. Just give him his accessories like his top hat and cane, and he’s ready to dazzle people up in space!
Certain images and phenomena can trick your mind and make you say: Is this for real? They make you question your sense of reality and what’s there in front of your eyes. You might even rub your eyes twice or thrice just to ensure what you are seeing is real, but let us assure you, they indeed are. Here are some such things that look too strange to be real!
A Lemon That Is ‘Out of World’
This lemon looks like a mutated version of a regular lemon. It resembles a yellow octopus in the sense that it has multiple tentacles like growth on its outer skin. Each tentacle contains a stinger like growth that reminds us of a scorpion’s stinger in a strange way.
Perhaps, we are ‘seeing’ too much. On a philosophical note, it looks like a lemon that has been given a lemon by life.
While we are all shape inclusive and diverse (Hello, body positivity!); we have rarely come across a coin that is (holding breathe for a second) – square. Somehow, we have also come to associate coins with a nice round shiny shape!
Till we came across this Surinam coin! Before you chide us, we will do that by ourselves, and make a pledge not to judge a coin (ever again) for its shape.
Honey, I Expanded the Mushroom
Is this a mushroom from the book Alice in Wonderland or from the backyard of an overenthusiastic gardener? Just look at its impressive size. This is a fit contender for the state level (even national) vegetable show.
And imagine how many people it would feed, that is, if it is edible and non-poisonous. Our mind is already buzzing with mushroom related recipes and such. We would name it Magic Mushroom or Strange Mushroom.
Best of Both Worlds
It’s a sink, stove, and mini-fridge – all rolled into one. The best part is that all these appliances are in harmony. A genius invention, we say! Think of how much space it can save in the kitchen. It’s an ideal invention for those as well who are considered ‘serious kitchen hazard’ by their folks.
If your dish ever gets burnt or catches fire, the sink (literally at an arm’s length) can extinguish those flames from engulfing your kitchen to cinders.
Bananas Inside a Banana
Never judge a book by its cover and never judge a banana by its outer peel – as both can surprise you. While we knew the former phrase; we learnt the latter part of it recently. This banana seems to be blessed by Pomona – the Greek Goddess of fruits and orchards.
It contains four bananas inside a single banana making it a quadruple banana. This can easily feed four people at a time or can be a wholesome meal throughout the day. Strange, right?
The Sausage Tube
This coiled sausage tube has god knows how many kilograms of sausage. Make a guess if you can! However, no prize money for that! A restaurant in Italy has a salami hose or salami spool.
And we bet it is what the place must be known for. If you have a voracious appetite for salami, we feel that this is the place to be as they will never run out of salami, well anytime soon. You have our word.
Wrinkly Winnie the Pooh
These old, battered, wrinkly sets of toys are Winnie the Pooh, Eeyore, Tigger and Piglet. Though they look aged, strange and nothing like what you have imagined them to be. In fact, these are the OG Winnie The Pooh toys.
The Pooh and his friends were given as gifts by author A.A Milne to his son Christopher Robin Milne (he appears in the comics too). Christopher later gave them to publisher E.P. Dutton, who donated them to NY Public Library.
Same, Same but Different
All turtle in this image may look the same but they are vastly different. All these reptiles are turtles – and this is the only similarity they share. These turtles are different from each other in terms of sizes, shapes, and most importantly color.
This image, in fact, is a singular image of the varieties of turtles one can come across in the natural world. Also, doesn’t it look like a party hosted by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles?
Australian Echidnas’ Mojo
Swag is not restricted to human beings, you know. Even certain species of animal kingdom exhibit envy worthy swag. Take Australian Echidnas for example. Named after the mother of monsters, they are commonly referred to as ecosystem engineers.
When scared, these Echidnas curl up like a ball. They also don’t care about wildlife fires. They just dig deep into the ground and go to sleep peacefully! Take that, forest fire!
Trick or Treat?
Want to make summer treats that will leave everyone screaming for more (and some more)? This dessert mold comes with a spooky surprise and features a black spider at the centre of each stick.
The spider however looks menacingly real and feels as if someone has frozen a live spider. Just don’t offer this to someone who is genuinely scared of spiders. It won’t be a ‘cool’ thing to do.
Remember the egg that beat Kylie Jenner and became the most liked image on Instagram. This seems an extension of that. Eggs have upped their game and how! This cloud above Reykjavik, Iceland looks like a fluffy egg floating gleefully in the sky.
Too bad, you can’t eat it! On another note, the clouds are perhaps having an Easter egg moment and indicating something large. We predict it to be climate change.
Pet Leash for a Rainy Day
It’s raining cats and dogs and you still want to take your pooch out for their daily walk. But, you also don’t want them to get drenched in rain. What to do? Keep on reading, we say!
We came across this leash with an inbuilt umbrella so that your pooch can enjoy the rains on their walk without getting wet. To control them from getting excited, the umbrella comes with a leash that allows you to tighten your grip to control your doggo’s movement.
Santa Is Real?
There are countless cool hacks and ways to take a photography shot. This being one of the many! This picture which resembles a Santa (wearing black sunnies) was taken after popping a balloon that was filled with smoke.
The smoke gives an effect of Santa’s free flowing silver white beard. Christmas cool, we declare! Also, if you know any such cool and strange photography hack, do share it with us in the comments below!
Noodles Hut for Your Hamster
This ceramic noodle hut a.k.a. the abode for your hamster or rats is a clever design take on the ready to eat cuppa noodles. Designed to keep your hamster or similar pet safe and warm in all weather conditions, it is spacious enough for your hammy to sleep and rest.
This hideout is perfect if your hamster has a knack for hipster objects. On a side note, you can also brag that your hammy likes his cup of noodles very much!
Rainbow Tree Opal
You will love this if crystals and natural gemstones are your thing. What you see in the image is Rainbow Tree, a boulder opal from Queensland, Australia. It is truly surprising to find these natural crystal pieces created from the earth.
What’s more surprising is the fact that some of these opals date back to thousands of years. Nature, we feel, is the biggest artist of time! Don’t you agree?
Salvador Dali’s (Uncanny) Pet
Surrealist painter Salvador Dali’s choice of pets was a tad uncanny. While he strongly believed that he was a reincarnation of his brother; he was the owner of some exotic pets ranging from an ocelot to anteater.
In 1969, he was photographed on the Paris Metro while taking his anteater for an evening walk. His act drew a horde of visitors who can be seen looking at the pair with a mix of bewilderment and curiosity.
The Compassion of Soldiers
Humans and animals have a love-hate relationship. And, it’s largely due to humans who encroach upon their space either to drive them away or use them for their selfish reasons. But, there are a few compassionate souls who treat wild animals as they would treat a fellow human.
In this image taken in the 1950s, Russian soldiers are seen feeding polar bears during a military expedition. With the temperature dropping to minus, the soldiers felt that they should offer something to these big bears so that they do not starve.
Bee Beard is essentially an act of wearing hundreds and thousands of bees on your face. A lot of people apply honey in order to attract bees to sit on their skin. This thing, however, should be done under able guidance because one get can horribly stung by the swarm of angry bees if things go south.
While normally, people do it just on the face; this person went many steps ahead and did a full body bee beard – covering themselves with bees from head to toe.
Sustainable fashion is very in and it should be considering the wastage our clothes and fashion as an industry generates on an annual basis. If your New Year resolution is to go green, embracing the idea that promotes going green is a great idea. Consider expanding it to going green with these slippers that mimic the texture of grass.
While they seem to relax your soles through their gentle caress; they kind of spread the message of you being an eco-conscious too.
For the Love of Shrimps
Take your love for shrimps to the next level by adding it to home furnishings. Yes, you read that right. This strange shrimp pillow in coral looks a bit realistic and can be used as a neck pillow, cushion, a soft toy – or a bit of all these things we just mentioned.
We won’t blame you if you feel hungry while resting on it. Maybe it was designed that way – to make you feel hungry!
The Twinkling Beach
This image looks as if someone has illuminated the water using strange and shiny blue fairy lights. Except it is not! Nor is it some photo manipulation. You would be surprised to know this illumination is due to naturally occurring phenomena called bio-luminescence.
Bioluminescence is the result of a chemical process that takes place inside a living organism such as glow worm and deep sea fish. This phenomenon however isn’t restricted to a particular part; and happens worldwide.
A New Way to Sip
Want to control your sugar intake without cutting down on your daily quota of sugary based drinks? A humorous way to do that is to confuse your brain. And it can be done with a roller coaster straw kit.
This super straw promises all the thrills and hopefully zero spills as you savor the drink of your choice through it. It also lets one create a strange roller coaster through a set of connectors and straws.
What are the various shades of water you have come across during your trip to beaches? While the myriad shades of blue – cerulean, cyan, baby blue and likes are common; it’s uncommon to see a lake containing pink water.
The Pink Lake in Australia is pink in color due to the presence of algae Dunaliella Salina. The algae when exposed to sunlight produces a vast amount of beta carotene making the water of the lake look pink.
Hold My Fries
This product might seem like heaven sent for those wanting to eat fries in their car especially while driving. It not only secures fries in a place; but also lets you enjoy the fries without having to worry about dirtying the upholstery of your car.
The container holds the fries in its tray that is held by a small glass shaped bottom. Inventions like this make our life easy. We are tempted to kiss the hand of its inventor!
The Rainbow River
Few points ago, we familiarized you with the Pink Lake Australia and the phenomenon called bioluminescence. Now, we want you to be aware of the strange river of five colors.
The Cano Cristales in Sierra de la Macarena is like any normal river for most of the year except it turns to a medley of five beautiful colors for a brief time. When it does, it seems as if somebody emptied tubes of colors in its waters. The river’s color is imparted by an aquatic species of plant called Macarenia Clavegia.
How to make your kitchen look like a crime scene? The answer to this lies in this spoon that comes with a blob of splattering red. Before you freak out, let us tell you that the red blob is actually a spoon rest.
But, it does a job more than that. It not only adds a color to your kitchen; and enlivens your kitchen space (Oh, the irony!) – it also tries to make those long cooking sessions a little more bearable.
A Pillow That Hides Design
Think only you are good at hiding secrets! PS: We know what you did last summer, FYI. Meet this sparkly sequined pillow that is as good as you are when it comes to hiding things.
While it might seem like an endless line of sequins on a first glance, it reveals to a beautiful wedding portrait (surprise!) once you run your hands over it. Also, a great stress buster if you can think of patterns you can make by running your hands over it.
Slime, But Make it Luxe
If basic slime is not your cup of tea, consider this slime made using Evian clear water. If you bash everything basic; this luxe slime is the slime of your dreams that is if you like slime or consider it an oddly relaxing thing to indulge in!
This Evian water slime, we feel, will give an edge to your slime game. After all, Evian slime is the Queen of all slimes. It is everything other slimes aspire to be and not strange at all.
Till few years ago, inflatable trays were probably unheard of. Fancying a brekkie or brunch inside the pool without stepping outside the water can now be sorted! Inflatable trays let you enjoy a scrumptious serving of breakfast as you remain inside the water, soaking in its goodness.
It is also used by many hospitality chains worldwide to serve floating breakfasts. These light weight trays come in a host of colors, shapes and eye-catching designs to make your breakfast in the pool a fun and leisurely experience.
The 2D Building
Certain things can look different from certain angles – and that becomes their USP. They can even trick your mind into believing into phenomena that is non-existent in terms of the image in question. For example, this particular building looks two dimensional and strange when viewed from a specific angle.
The reason it appears two-dimensional is because the building is shaped like a rhombus. Imagine what it must look like from an airplane.