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A Theoretical Altercation Between the Giant Ground Sloth, Eremotherium laurillardi, and the Columbian Mammoth, Mammuthus columbi, Somewhere in Late Pleistocene North America.
 

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This is a museum in Cober Pedy, a city in Australia that is practically entirely underground. This city, which has hotels, museums and stores, was built underground due to the high temperatures in the area
 

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In 1963, a Turkish man uncovered an underground city after knocking down a wall in his home. The ancient city, called Derinkuyu in the region of Cappadocia, is 18 storeys deep and housed 20,000 people. Chapels, schools and even stables were found there.
 

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Giant Tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets so that the frog can protect the spider's eggs from insects and spider can protect frog from predators.
 

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This is a picture of the Martian sky taken by Curiosity on January 31st, 2014. It was taken about 80 minutes after local sunset. That dot in the sky is Earth as seen from the Martian surface.
 

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Sun bears are the smallest bears in the world, with many adults weighing under 100 pounds. But what really makes them stand out is their unusually long tongues, which can measure up to nine inches.
 

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The Argentavis Magnificens (magnificent Argentinian bird) lived 6 million years ago in South America. Its wings were 7 mts long, it weighed 70 kg and stood 2,5/3.5 mts long. It is the biggest birb known to humanity.
 

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To date, there's only one species that has been called 'biologically immortal': the jellyfish Turritopsis dohrnii. These jellyfish can reverse their own aging process.
 

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You lose 100,000 brain cells everyday! luckily you have hundred billion altogether. If the surface area of your brain could be ironed out it would measure 2,090 square kilometres.
 

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Scientist have found intact brain cells in a 2000 years old corpse of a 20 year old man who died in Pompeii in 79 A.C. The intense heat transformed the brain in some kind of obsidian that preserved the neurons
 

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The largest stadium in the world is the Rungrado 1st of May Stadium in North Korea. It can hold up to 114,000 spectators. It covers 51 acres and is 197 feet tall.