Neat Pictures

Published: June 24, 2014

It's an amazing natural sight at Abraham lake with the Frozen bubbles under the ice.

The beautiful strange-eyed kitten, taken in Lovech, Bulgaria.

Zakynthos Island, Greece.  The water is so clear, it looks like the boat is floating in the air.

This is what an ocean sand looks like when it is magnified 250 times.

During the mating season, the female sits on a nesting ring while the males searches the entire beach for the pebbles looking for the smoothest one to present to their chosen female. Once a pebble has been selected, the male penguin presents the pebble as a token of love to the chosen female. And if she takes the pebble and places it on her nest, then she has accepted that penguin as her mate.

This is how giraffes drink water.

Einstein, the world's smallest horse.

There are glass igloos for rent in Finland where you can sleep under the Northern Lights!

This is Glaucus Atlanticus, a sea slug found in tropical and temperate waters throughout the world. This photograph makes the rounds on Facebook every few months simply because it's so strangely beautiful.

The inside of an oyster, growing pearls.

This is what happens to human skin when it's struck by lightning!  It's called a Lichtenberg figure. The branching pattern made by electricity as seen on the arm of Winston Kemp who was struck by lightning.

The incredible story of one woman's loyalty to her horse. She spent three hours holding its head above the tide after it got stuck in the mud on a beach in Australia. A horse gets stuck up to his neck in mud on a beach as the tide rises. His owner, Nicole Graham, who was enjoying an afternoon ride, stayed with him as rescuers struggled for three hours to pull him out. With moments to spare, the 500kg horse, named Astro, was freed with the help of a tractor and harness at Avalon Beach in Geelong Victoria, Australia.

Unbelievable camouflage by a Satanic Leaf-Tailed Gecko.  From Madagascar, this gecko is a master of disguise. But that's not the only way it avoids an attack from predators. It flattens its body against the leaves to reduce its shadow, and opens its jaws wide to show an intimidating, bright red mouth. Like many other lizards, it can also shed its own tail to distract a predator.

This horse breed, Akhal-Teke from Turkmenistan, was declared the most beautiful horse in the world.

This is what an underwater gunshot looks like.

California Red-Sided Garter Snake.

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