15 fascinating things on Earth you had no idea existed
The Earth is wonderfully weird. From tiny puddle-dwelling creatures that can survive in outer space to a paint so dark that your eyes can't actually even see it, the Earth is filled with plenty of strange and incredible things.
Here are a handful of things on this planet that you probably had no idea existed.
Vantablack is the darkest known substance in the universe.
The blue angel sea slug looks like an alien.
Aerogel looks like a slice of cloud.
Rainbow eucalyptus trees have candy-colored bark.
There's an underground cathedral in Columbia entirely made of salt.
Goblin sharks are "living fossils" that look straight out of a nightmare.
Bismuth is an element with a psychedelic surface.
This volcano in Indonesia spews bright blue lava — sort of.
The Voynich Manuscript is mysterious book written in an untranslatable language.
The most inaccessible place in the world is called Point Nemo.
The Danakil Depression looks like the surface of an alien planet.
There are underwater lakes and rivers within the ocean.
The biggest living thing on Earth is a massive fungus.
Tardigrades are microorganisms that can survive in outer space.
There’s a cave in Mexico filled with towering white crystals.
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