We spend most of our time in the office sitting at a monitor and sometimes it might seem that nothing new or impressive happens around us. But when you take a closer look at the regular things around you, you might want to shout, “Oh, come on!” That’s because as it turns out, cold water can often look dark blue on TV, dogs can get tooth implants, and somewhere in the ocean, there are square-shaped starfish.
A new portion of interesting facts made us at Bright Side feel like children again who are learning something incredible about this world for the first time.
A whale skeleton in the middle of a rainforest in Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
“A 4,000-lumen flashlight through my hand”
An X-ray of a pregnant dog
A Knight’s armor is actually very flexible.
Some 5-pointed starfish can be square due to birth defects.
In zero gravity, a candle’s flame is round and blue.
A squirrel without a bushy tail
A dog dental implant
Cold and hot water on TV
“My friend caught this fish off the coast of Hawaii.”
“The biggest lobster claw I’ve ever seen!”
A vortex on the window
The world is at your feet.
How different SPF levels look through a UV camera
A needle and thread under an electron microscope
“The way this ice froze in my water bottle overnight”
Snow covered the net roof of the aviary in the zoo.
We’d like to know more interesting facts, so if you’ve seen something cool, share it with us!