Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

20 WTF Photos That Will Make You Scratch Your Head In Disbelief.

There are so many things in the world that we are still learning about. Whether it’s frivolous information or important historical facts, it’s hard to ignore and not inquire further. Knowledge is everything after all. It is fascinating to know about the past and see how technology is changing our lives in the present and future.

For better or for worse, here are 20 things that cannot be unseen; from an important book’s survival to a less than attractive animal. It is all there for you to enjoy and ponder about. Bicyclists everywhere will want to visit #2.

#1. The photo of two male lions mating is making the news around the world. African lions expert, Kathleen Alexander, has another explanation; the animal in the bottom is actually a female with a mane.

The photo of two male lions mating is making the news around the world. African lions expert,  Kathleen Alexander, has another explanation; the animal in the bottom is actually a female with a mane.

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#2. The Hovenring in the Netherlands is a bike bridge that connects the cities of Eindhoven and Veldhoven.

 The Hovenring in the Netherlands is a bike bridge that connects the cities of Eindhoven and Veldhoven.

#3. The Northstar V1 is a chip implanted under the skin that allows users to control their electronic devices with hand movements.

The Northstar V1 is a chip implanted under the skin that allows users to control their electronic devices with hand movements.

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#4. The Sarajevo Haggadah is a Jewish text of the Passover Seder originating from 1350. This text has been saved from the Jewish expulsion out of Spain in 1492, smuggled out of the former Yugoslavia away from the Nazis and given to a Muslim cleric for safekeeping. It also survived a museum break-in during the Bosnian War in the 1990's.

#5. The legend of the 17th century "Flying Dutchman" ship was brought to life in Amsterdam with the help of water hoses, 3D projection, and stage lights.

The legend of the 17th century "Flying Dutchman" ship was brought to life in Amsterdam with the help of water hoses, 3D projection, and stage lights.

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