My Dumb Little Brain Is Completely Blown After Seeing These 21 Absolutely Incredible Pictures For The Very First Time Last Week


1. This is Big Jake, the world's tallest horse:

Big Jake was 6 feet 11 inches and weighed 2,600 pounds. He died last year, sadly.

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2. And this is the world's tallest statue, the Statue of Unity:

It's located in India and is 600 feet high.

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3. This particular breed of sheep, known as hissar, is famous for its large, ample buttocks:

As you can plainly see.

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4. In 2011, Peter Glazebrook grew the world's largest onion, which weighed in at 18 pounds:


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5. And here's my man again in 2015 at the World's Heaviest Marrow competition with his 115-pound big boy:
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6. This is a close-up of some well-worn pebbles on the surface of Mars:
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7. This is Samantha Ramsdell, the woman with the world's largest mouth gape:

It measures 2.56 inches in width.

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8. This is how big Greenland actually is compared with how big it appears on most maps:

Still kinda big, but not gigantic.

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9. Before CGI, this is how MGM filmed its iconic movie intro:
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You know, this one:
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10. This right here is what one of the Titanic 's lifeboats looked like before the passengers were rescued:
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11. This is how big Plymouth Rock is in real life:

Hmm. Hmm.

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12. This is a picture from Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. Can you spot Abe?
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13. There's a movie theater in Switzerland that lets you rent out beds to watch a movie in:

Thoughts on this, folks?

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14. In 1964, Randy Gardner, pictured here, set the world record for the longest time without sleeping after staying awake 264 hours:

Those items next to him are objects he would identify throughout the experiment to show he was still lucid.

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15. This is what 1,500 Jenga pieces balancing on one single piece look like:
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16. This is what the nuclear bombing of Nagasaki, Japan, looked like from the ground:
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17. This is what a 100-sided die looks like:
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18. In the early 1950s, the A.C. Gilbert Co. sold a children's toy called the Gilbert U-238 Atomic Energy Lab. It contained actual radioactive material, encouraging children to create their own nuclear reactions. It was quickly taken off the shelves:
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19. This is the Barringer crater, an enormous crater created in Arizona by a meteor 50,000 years ago:

You see those tiny, tiny cars on the edge of the crater?

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20. This year, the Pabst Brewing Co. sold an 1,844-can pack of Pabst Blue Ribbon to commemorate the beer's founding in 1844:

I will be drinking this when the USA wins the World Cup.

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21. And, finally, there's an ancient Egyptian statue at the Field Museum in Chicago that looks just like Michael Jackson:

This is essential knowledge.

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