"In their video they showed how many weather balloons you would need to lift the house. Party balloons are much smaller, and I was still curious to see what 30 million party balloons would look like. So naturally, I made my own estimate on the ruff size, and then made the picture in photoshop."
There's a pink manta ray in Australia — the only known pink manta ray on the planet — and the leading scientific theory for how it got its unique color is genetic mutation:
5.You've probably heard of Balto, the Husky who's famous for leading the sled team that delivered an anti-toxin serum to Nome, Alaska, during the 1925 diphtheria outbreak. What you might not know is that Balto only led the final 55 miles. It was actually Togo who led the sled team during the longest and most dangerous portion of the journey (over 261 miles) — Togo was a whopping 12 years old (!!!) at the time:
Marion Stokes recorded live television 24 hours a day for over 30 years. There's a documentary about her life titled Recorderthat dives deep into this ambitious project and the person behind it:
These stunning photos were taken by divers in the underwater city of Shicheng in China. How did the city end up underwater? It was intentionally flooded to make room for a hydroelectric dam in 1959. The city's residents at the time were relocated — some families had been living in the city for generations:
This asteroid orbiting between Mars and Jupiter might be made entirely of metal (iron and nickel). For context, most asteroids contain some metal, but this asteroid might be all metal. If true, it would likely be worth $10,000 quadrillion: