Of The Skeleton Flower and 50 other miracles

Horatio: O day and night, but this is wondrous strange! Hamlet: And therefore as a stranger give it welcome. There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

Of The Skeleton Flower and 50 other miracles
Though worlds of wanwood leafmeal lie . . . .
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The Skeleton Flower: This rare flower transforms into a translucent beauty when exposed to water, its white petals becoming completely clear while wet, then transforming back to their original color once dry.
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This Is What A 350-Year-Old Oak Tree Looks Like.
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‌ ‌Turtle's Shell Looks Like A Fireworks Display
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An Owl With Heart-Shaped Patterns On Its Feathers
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Eruption On Mount Etna (Sicily) Gives The Illusion Of A Phoenix In The Sky
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Looks Like Stained Glass
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‌ ‌The Endangered Mexican Alligator Lizard
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Bald Eagle's Nest With A Ranger For Scale. Wow!
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A Golden Wavy Mouse
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Algae Forms On The Head Of The Mary River Turtle Making It Look Like A Punk
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Stunning Forest Light Mushrooms Are Among The One Hundred Fungi Species That Are Bioluminescent. They Are Usually Found In Asia
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The Chrysalis Of The Metallic Mechanitis Butterfly From Costa Rica
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Judas Tree - An Extraordinary Tree Whose Flowers Grow Straight From The Trunk
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Rebirth Of A Tree
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Stephen Dunn Took This Incredible Photograph With His Flash Illuminating A Spider And Revealing Its Wet Web With A Rainbow Effect
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Everlasting Love
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The Stunning Helleborus Black Beauty
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Amazing Artwork Of Nature
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Ghost Fire In The Sky Near Franklin, West Virginia
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Heirloom Black Carrot Nebula
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"Glass Gem" Or Pearl Of Glass

This variety of corn is one of the most original; it produces translucent and kaleidoscopic seeds. It is in the year 1980 that Carl Barnes, a farmer in Oklahoma, managed to give birth to this variety by crossing three other varieties of corn resulting from Indian cultures. It is edible and used in the form of flour in general.

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Stunning Catasetum "Epiphytic Orchids". How Adorable!
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‌ ‌Prairie Smoke Flowers (Geum Triflorum). Looks Like Cotton Candy!
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This Creature Is A Saturniidae Moth Caterpillar
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Beautiful Natural Rainbow Fluorite Is Just Bands Of Different Colors
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These Are Skeleton Panda Sea Squirts, Also Known As Ascidians. They're Marine Invertebrate Filter Feeders That Will Probably End Up In A Tim Burton Film At Some Point
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Beautiful Rare Black Baccara
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This Is What A Baby Flounder Looks Like
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The Satanic Leaf-Tailed Gecko
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Stunning Black Beauty Sunflower!
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‌ ‌Sailfish Have Been Clocked At Speeds In Excess Of 68mph/112km, Some Experts Consider The Sailfish The Fastest Fish In The World's Oceans
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Turtles . . . all the way down
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Incredibly Detailed Photograph Of Our Sun
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A Very Geometric Spiderweb
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Beautiful Blue Poppies In The Rain
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How Beautiful Is This Peacock!?
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Stunning
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The Gorgeous Black Calla Lily
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‌ ‌The Stunning Golden Tortoise Beetle. Also Known As Charidotella Sexpunctata, It Is Part Of The Leaf Beetle Family, Chrysomelidae And Native To The Americas
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The 'Hungry Tree', Slowing Devouring A Park Bench In Dublin, Ireland
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The World's Biggest Flower, Rafflesia Arnoldii, West Sumatra, Indonesia

Indeed the largest flower, but also the smelliest! And, to the human nose, not in a good way: its gigantic petals emit a putrid scent like rotting flesh to attract pollinators and prey.

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Blue-Eared Kingfisher
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A Real-Life Dragon! The Five-Banded Gliding Lizard Has Modified Ribs That Extend Into A Wing Membrane
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So Some Bees Decided To Make A Hive In Between The Window And The Shutters
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This Is What A Peacock Spider Looks Like
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Fluffyboy At The Beach
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Indian Giant Flying Squirrel In The Air In Broad Daylight!
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Valonia Ventricosa, The Largest Single-Celled Organism On Earth. Yep, This Is A Single Living Cell
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Glass Frog, Photo By Peter Grob
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"Rhodotus Palmatus, Aka The Wrinkled Peach

Rhodotus is a saprobic mushroom, meaning it feeds off of dead organic matter, specifically fallen hardwood logs. It has a circumboreal distribution and can be found in North America, Europe, North Africa, as well as Asia. It is most likely to fruit during cooler temperatures after long periods of rainy weather. This beauty is not edible and hard to find, but wow what a cool-looking mushroom.