We often forget what a wondrous world we live in. While getting caught up in our hectic schedules makes us oblivious to things around us, today we're gonna zoom in on the unseen and unnoticed side of things.

So welcome to Fashion Life’s amusing collection of the most fascinating and rarely seen objects, beings, places, occurrences, and everything that will bring out that inner curious child we have inside.

From a macro shot revealing the density of penguin feathers to rainbow cloud spotting, this is something you only see in a video game. Or if you open your eyes and pay attention. Psst! More incredible photos of rarely seen things can be found in our previous posts here, here and here.

#1

When It’s Cold Enough To See The Melody

When It’s Cold Enough To See The Melody

Kathrin Swoboda Photography , Kathrin Swoboda Photography Report

Friday
Community Member
1 year ago

Lol it’s blowing little smoke rings in the second pic

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#2

Spotted A Rainbow Cloud From My Balcony. Not As Beautiful As Aurora But Pretty Rare To See Such Phenomena In India

Spotted A Rainbow Cloud From My Balcony. Not As Beautiful As Aurora But Pretty Rare To See Such Phenomena In India

Readingislove Report

Miss Cris
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow, that's wonderful!!!!

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#3

This Is What Sunset Looks Like From Space

This Is What Sunset Looks Like From Space

Astro_Alex Report

Friday
Community Member
1 year ago

So beautiful!

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Even in times of scientific and technological advancements, our beautiful planet remains full of mysteries. From the incredible bismuth crystal that looks like it came from some sort of sci-fi film to the enchanting glowing forest in Japan with its luminescent mushrooms scattered along the forest floor, there are so many exquisite finds on Earth. They make us question how much about the place we inhabit we don’t really know.

Some of the most standout mysteries that have been captivating the imagination of many throughout the years include Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England. The structure consists of a ring of standing stones, with each stone standing approximately thirteen feet high, seven feet wide and weighing 25 tons. It’s believed to have been built about 5000 years ago, but scholars still do not agree on what its purpose could have been.

Another mysterious object is the stone spheres found in Costa Rica, located on the Diquis Delta and on Isla del Cano. There are over three hundred petro spheres scattered throughout the country that are still considered a great, unsolved archaeological mystery. The heaviest of them weighs many tons, and they’re believed to be made of granodiorite.

#4

Here Are My Removed & Genetically Modified White Blood Cells, About To Be Put Back In To Hopefully Cure My Cancer

Here Are My Removed & Genetically Modified White Blood Cells, About To Be Put Back In To Hopefully Cure My Cancer

This Is T-Cell Immunotherapy

sarahjewel Report

Andrew Irish
Community Member
1 year ago

All my love to you. Good luck!

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#5

Not A Painting - Just An Iceberg Flipped Upside Down

Not A Painting - Just An Iceberg Flipped Upside Down

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Helen Haley
Community Member
1 year ago

My berg became flipped turned upside down, I'd like to take a minute just float right here. Big ol iceberg floating with its butt in the air.

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#6

This Albino Peacock I Saw In Malaysia

This Albino Peacock I Saw In Malaysia

PepeTheFRQG Report

Rainbow Panda
Community Member
1 year ago

Beautiful. 🦚

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#7

Finally Got My Prosthetics In

Finally Got My Prosthetics In

Rewster27 Report

IlovemydogShilo
Community Member
1 year ago

Cool. You look like a real life Wolverine.

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#8

Bioluminescent Phytoplankton In The Persian Gulf

Bioluminescent Phytoplankton In The Persian Gulf

hayati.photography Report

Rainbow Panda
Community Member
1 year ago

💙

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#9

Ice Eggs - This Rare Phenomenon Occurs When Ice Is Rolled Over By Wind And Water (Northern Finland)

Ice Eggs - This Rare Phenomenon Occurs When Ice Is Rolled Over By Wind And Water (Northern Finland)

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Stimpy
Community Member
1 year ago

ICE EGG FIGHT!

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#10

Nappies In Sweden Have A Father On The Packaging

Nappies In Sweden Have A Father On The Packaging

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Miss Cris
Community Member
1 year ago

Is it rare because it's a man and not a woman? Where is it like this? In Spain there aren't women (mothers, aunts, granies) represented in this products, only babies.

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#11

The Forests Of Aspen, Colorado

The Forests Of Aspen, Colorado

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Verena Gitterle
Community Member
1 year ago

So beautiful!

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#12

This Huge Tree In Cairo

This Huge Tree In Cairo

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Rainbow Panda
Community Member
1 year ago

Wood you like to hear a story about this tree? 🌳

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#13

Highway To Heaven. 30-Second Long Exposure Of Airliner Departing From Runway

Highway To Heaven. 30-Second Long Exposure Of Airliner Departing From Runway

Jimmy_Scrambles Report

Jonathan
Community Member
1 year ago

stunning photography, even better idea and location.

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#14

My Nails Pushing The Chemo Out Of My Fingertips

My Nails Pushing The Chemo Out Of My Fingertips

llowreyy Report

Carmen Sandiego
Community Member
1 year ago

Yay!

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#15

Truck Door Handle On A Frosty Morning

Truck Door Handle On A Frosty Morning

demanded101 Report

Natalia
Community Member
1 year ago

Oh I see... Elsa was around.

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#16

My Dad Got A Periodic Table With The Actual Elements In It

My Dad Got A Periodic Table With The Actual Elements In It

Thatssomefreakyshit Report

Steve Barnett
Community Member
1 year ago

Goes without saying that not all the elements are actually there. Hence the Ionizing radiation hazard symbols.

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#17

A Pistachio Plant

A Pistachio Plant

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Samantha PandaNotBored
Community Member
1 year ago

Like a beautiful bunch of roses or tulips . I couldn’t cut them down , they’d stay 😁

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#18

The Sun Hit This Freshly-Paved Tarmac Just Right And Made A Real-Life Rainbow Road Through Polarized Lenses

The Sun Hit This Freshly-Paved Tarmac Just Right And Made A Real-Life Rainbow Road Through Polarized Lenses

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Miss Cris
Community Member
1 year ago (edited)

Now I'd like to wear polarized glasses wherever just to find hidden rainbows.

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#19

This Butterfly With Transparent Wings

This Butterfly With Transparent Wings

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Rainbow Panda
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow. 🦋

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#20

Amazing Jimbacrinus Crinoid Fossils

Amazing Jimbacrinus Crinoid Fossils

Tom Kapitany Report

Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
1 year ago

They look like those machine things from the matrix.

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#21

What A Piece Of 10,000-Year-Old Glacial Ice Looks Like

What A Piece Of 10,000-Year-Old Glacial Ice Looks Like

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Butternut DerpFarts
Community Member
1 year ago

Too bad they’re melting :(

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#22

This Close Up Shot Of A Dragonfly I Took With My Phone The Other Day

This Close Up Shot Of A Dragonfly I Took With My Phone The Other Day

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Monika Rhodes
Community Member
1 year ago

Gorgeous- love dragonflies.

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#23

Just When You Thought You’d Seen Everything - Here’s Snowball, An Extremely Rare Leucistic Alligator

Just When You Thought You’d Seen Everything - Here’s Snowball, An Extremely Rare Leucistic Alligator

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Friday
Community Member
1 year ago

Eyeliner game on point!

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#24

My Hair Is Half Blonde Half Brunette. Including Eyebrows

My Hair Is Half Blonde Half Brunette. Including Eyebrows

Sunflowely Report

Meike H
Community Member
1 year ago

You're a chimera!

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#25

Horses On A Plane

Horses On A Plane

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Steve Barnett
Community Member
1 year ago

'The sequel to 'Snakes on a Plane' was not as successful.'

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#26

Certain Fish Skin Can Be Grafted Onto Burns And Diabetic Wounds. The Material Recruits The Body's Own Cells And Is Converted Eventually Into Living Tissue

Certain Fish Skin Can Be Grafted Onto Burns And Diabetic Wounds. The Material Recruits The Body's Own Cells And Is Converted Eventually Into Living Tissue

QueenMuda Report

Gin. No tonic
Community Member
1 year ago

It's tilapia skin. The very common, quite cheap white fish that you can find in the supermarket freezer (at least in Europe)

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#27

This Pencil Store In Tehran, Iran

This Pencil Store In Tehran, Iran

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Marky Mark
Community Member
1 year ago

This is like Ollivanders (from Harry Potter books) but for artists.

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#28

The Density Of Penguin Feathers

The Density Of Penguin Feathers

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Andrew Irish
Community Member
1 year ago

Uh. Where is the rest of the penguin...

Thomas Kanonym
Community Member
1 year ago

Sadly, the Penguin is dead. But he died peacefully of old age, surrounded by his loved ones. And donated his body to science, to which his whole family agreed. So it's all good :)

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lara
Community Member
1 year ago

Looked MUCH better on the Penguin.

Kat
Community Member
1 year ago

So thay are actually so much smaller just really puffy?

Jaime
Community Member
10 months ago

That’s how it is with most birds. Have you ever seen a featherless owl?

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Gretchen Esquilin
Community Member
1 year ago

I got to pet a couple of penguins from Sea World once & they were sooooo soft! The trainer said that they have about 1000 feathers per square centimeter which is why they're so soft. Also got to hold a sloth that same visit. Best time ever!!!!!!!! (I worked in a hotel & we were the only pet-friendly one in the area & the only one willing to take wild animals.)

imagae
Community Member
8 months ago

SeaWorld is where aquatic animals go to suffer and die. Promise yourself you’ll never go to SeaWorld again.

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Jonathan
Community Member
1 year ago

Two penguins walk into a bar...

Parmeisan
Community Member
1 year ago

And one walks out...

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Cookie
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow... this is stunning!

Sarah Grape
Community Member
1 year ago

i kinda want to touch it now

glowworm2
Community Member
1 year ago

Looks so soft!

Alya
Community Member
6 months ago

Why did I not realize penguins had feathers 💀 I straight up thought they were like seals/sea lions and were smooth Also I hate this picture so very much but it's cool to know

Mark Ramsay
Community Member
1 year ago

Legitimately didn't know they had feather's like this. I thought they were tiny and layered like scales for improved dynamics in water. Learnt something new today.

Nixxy
Community Member
10 months ago

Poor lil penguin.

Riva-Cherese Callender
Community Member
1 year ago

I went 40 years without seeing penguin skin without a penguin...and I was content with that

Mili Del Rio
Community Member
1 year ago

Looks amazing but seriously I'm sad it lost its life

Louise Stange-Wahl
Community Member
1 year ago

No wonder they keep warm!

Christy Smith
Community Member
1 year ago

This makes me super sad & could have gone my whole life without seeing a piece of a penguin

Kaya Gadhia
Community Member
2 weeks ago

if this is real i’m concerned…

Jenelle Prins
Community Member
4 months ago

You never really think about penguins having feathers.

Myxomatosis
Community Member
7 months ago

Hello everyone!! This penguin is an Emperor Penguin who died over 100 years ago. This specimen is OWNED by The Trustees of The Natural History Museum, London. *It was easy for me to follow the tags back to the source but, I am a complete nerd freak for Ornithology and was once very lucky to see the PRIVATE collection at Cornell.

Emely Marquez Ventura
Community Member
7 months ago

yeah where is the rest of the penguin

Hailey B
Community Member
10 months ago

Whoever did this should be fed to penguins

Monday
Community Member
10 months ago

It's a museum piece...in all likelihood they just found a dead penguin years ago and studied it

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Michelle Albert
Community Member
1 year ago

I would rather have seen this on a LIVING penguin!!!!!!

Ксения Петровская
Community Member
1 year ago

Not sure the penguin enjoyed being skinned...

Sharon Chang
Community Member
1 year ago

Put them back! The penguin needs them!

Ксения Петровская
Community Member
9 months ago

Well, not anymore. Not this one.

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Renata Davies
Community Member
1 year ago

w-where did they get the feathers???? WHERE

Thomas Ewing
Community Member
1 year ago

Might be soundproof, too! " My office is soundproofed in Penguin fur!" Ewww.

Ксения Петровская
Community Member
9 months ago

How many penguins does it take to soundproof an office? Well, I don't wanna know, really.

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Josey Griffin
Community Member
1 year ago

Wow. Thanks for this photo. Never knew.

katboxjanitor
Community Member
1 year ago

I sure hope this was from a previously found penguin, and not one killed for research. (Fingers crossed)

Brihat A.
Community Member
1 year ago

thats thicc

d bradley
Community Member
1 year ago

that had to hurt, unless their skin just peels off in the summer sun like my skin

Linziaj
Community Member
1 year ago

Ewww that's creepy looking. I don't like

Mars
Community Member
1 week ago

We love to see a museum specimen appreciated

Davin Strilchuck
Community Member
2 weeks ago

frllllll bro where is it

Davin Strilchuck
Community Member
2 weeks ago

frl

Deshna Samal
Community Member
2 weeks ago

Hey…. the rest of this little dude is missing….

Cotton Candy
Community Member
2 weeks ago

Awesome

Kaya Gadhia
Community Member
2 weeks ago

if this is real i’m concerned

Lady of the Mountains
Community Member
2 weeks ago

I WANNA TOUCH IT IT LOOKS SO SOFT

Scarlett Nguyen
Community Member
3 weeks ago

DK

fnaf boss 3000
Community Member
4 weeks ago

All those feathers and they still can't fly

Mary
Community Member
1 month ago

I am super sensitive to different textures. I feel a bit repulsed and my chest tightens. I want to take my hand and squish it down

Kitty White
Community Member
1 month ago

I know that indigenous people in cold climates use seal skins to make outerwear… I wonder whether anyone ever tried to do something with penguin feathers?

Gary D
Community Member
1 month ago

Put it back, he's getting chilly.

Jenny Leveille
Community Member
1 month ago

Not what I want to see of a penguin

Eddie_is_on
Community Member
2 months ago

How did you get your hands on that....

sharon rooney
Community Member
2 months ago

I will never look at a penguin the same again!

Josie Stewart
Community Member
2 months ago

Amazing

Dorine Lester
Community Member
2 months ago

Poor penguin

Cathy Rossetti
Community Member
2 months ago

They ate it probably so sad. 🐾🌹🐾

Iamlisa
Community Member
3 months ago

Um…who got that, where and from whom?

Fatty Toogans
Community Member
3 months ago

DID SOMEONE KILL A INNOCENT PENGUIN!?!?

Sarah Rienzi
Community Member
3 months ago

I don't like the way we learned this.💔 I didn't know they had feathers. I thought they had thick skin and a layer of blubber to keep them warm.

Diana Fatzinger
Community Member
3 months ago

Wow!

Myxomatosis
Community Member
3 months ago

HERE ARE THE FACTS: This EMPEROR PENGUIN *DIED OVER 100 YEARS AGO!!*<-- GET IT?? ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO! one hundred years ago. This specimen is OWNED by The TRUSTEES of The NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, London. *IT WAS EASY to follow the tags back TO THE SOURCE* (look closely at the photograph). I am sure with a google image search is what I used), ANYONE could find this out as well! It took me NO MORE than 15 seconds! But NO. That's too much effort, right? DO YOUR RESEARCH!!! AAAARRGGGGH! ~from your usually friendly (the comments here are ticking me off) Ornithologist, who specializes in behavior and Corvidae. Just an all over nerd. I WILL CONTINUE TO POST THIS INFORMATION!!

Annie Su 28
Community Member
3 months ago

NO! Why did you kill the penguin?!?

Becca Hauck
Community Member
3 months ago

This gives me chills. Not the good ones.

Avery Melton
Community Member
3 months ago

.... were did they get that

Myxomatosis
Community Member
3 months ago

No one ever looks at my comment, so I thought I would answer you. :) This penguin is an Emperor Penguin who DIED OVER 100 years ago. This specimen is OWNED by The Trustees of The Natural History Museum, London. *It is easy to follow the tags back to the source* but I am a complete nerd for Ornithology and was once very lucky to see the PRIVATE collection at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. There you go!

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Gail Colley-Thompson
Community Member
3 months ago

Cool!

Marie Dobbs Brasseit
Community Member
3 months ago

Soooo interesting!

Tia Tonta
Community Member
4 months ago

What God Almighty creates is perfect.

Darnell Thompson
Community Member
4 months ago

I feel you Andrew they hurt that little penguin just to show us that LOL

Shaylin Anderson
Community Member
5 months ago

Wow! I knew that penguins molted their feathers yearly, but I didn’t know that they molt all of their feathers at once, in a perfect cross-section, with straight edges! — which is what I’ve told myself is going on here, and choosing to believe, because the obvious truth is a huge bummer.

Theo Triumphman
Community Member
5 months ago

Wow ! Now I know how they survive on an iceburgh !

Lori
Community Member
5 months ago

That's how they manage to stay somewhat warm.

Susie Swearingen-Kamachi
Community Member
5 months ago

WOW no wonder they don’t freeze to death.

Eizabella Womble
Community Member
5 months ago

ya where is the rest if it

Mercedes Wilde
Community Member
5 months ago

Wow!

Cynthia Alexander
Community Member
5 months ago

Why kill it .. but why

Samia Guled
Community Member
6 months ago

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Angela Turk
Community Member
6 months ago

Honestly, I had no idea that penguins had feathers😳

Lp Johnson
Community Member
6 months ago

So the actually BIRD is like, chicken sized in body build huh? Lol

ayden henderson
Community Member
6 months ago

No wonder why they can't fly

Cynthia Wallace
Community Member
6 months ago

Wow. Hope the penguin died of natural causes..not for this picture. Vut the density of feathers is truly astounding.

Myxomatosis
Community Member
3 months ago (edited)

ONCE AGAIN, This penguin is an Emperor Penguin who DIED OVER 100 YEARS AGO! This specimen is OWNED by The Trustees of The Natural History Museum, London. *It was EASY to follow the tags back TO THE SOURCE* (look closely at the photograph), but I am a complete nerd for Ornithology. I am sure with patience and a google image search (which is what I used), you could find this out as well!

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Nopal Hd
Community Member
6 months ago

rest and peace penguins ...

Chatgirl#1
Community Member
6 months ago

I remember confusion

Michelle Badieres
Community Member
6 months ago

Je savais pas qu'il avait des plumes

SF Angel
Community Member
6 months ago

How’s they acquire this picture? Hummm

Myxomatosis
Community Member
3 months ago

ONCE AGAIN, This penguin is an Emperor Penguin who DIED OVER 100 YEARS AGO! This specimen is OWNED by The Trustees of The Natural History Museum, London. *It was EASY to follow the tags back TO THE SOURCE* (look closely at the photograph), but I am a complete nerd for Ornithology. I am sure with patience and a google image search (which is what I used), you could find this out as well!

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Natalia Sanders
Community Member
6 months ago

What i would give for a jacket like this ( if no penguins are harmed in the making of that jacket that is)

Nightmare.wsmpf
Community Member
7 months ago

where pingwin

Kelley
Community Member
7 months ago

now i wanna see a penguin with no feathers

startup indias
Community Member
7 months ago

god will take care of everyone

Personindaworld
Community Member
7 months ago

Wow

Nour Slassi
Community Member
8 months ago

yeah :o

Melissa J
Community Member
8 months ago

Poor Penguin 🐧 😢

Ryan Pfeffer
Community Member
8 months ago

This is an ex-penguin!

Corgimations
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