Internet Finds·Posted on Oct 31, 2022My Little Dumb Brain Is Totally Blown After Seeing These 20 Absolutely Fascinating Pictures For The First TimeNow that right there is interesting.by Dave StoperaBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. The Great Red Spot on Jupiter is shrinking: NASA According the NASA, "Some unknown activity in the planet's atmosphere may be draining energy and weakening the storm, causing it to shrink." 2. This is what the steering wheel of an F1 race car looks like: reddit.com Looks simple enough. 3. Some vegan chicken wings have little wooden "bones" in them: reddit.com 4. This is what a typhoon looks like from space: ESA/NASA/Samantha Cristoforetti Specifically, Super Typhoon Maysak in 2015. 5. This is how giant Galapagos tortoises sleep: reddit.com That's a lot of tortoise. 6. South Korea and Ireland are almost the same size despite South Korea having ten times the population: reddit.com Just thought it was interesting! 7. This beauty is Britain's oldest door, constructed almost 1,000 years ago in the 1050s: Prisma By Dukas / Universal Images Group via Getty Images It's located in Westminster Abbey. 8. This is what the skeleton of a python looks like: Lbrix / Getty Images/iStockphoto Very chill. Not terrifying at all. 9. This man won a costume competition in 1894 while dressed as a piece of bacon: cookingissues.com Humans have always loved to dress up as super random stuff. 10. The Mars rovers are way, way bigger than you thought they were: Patrick T. Fallon / AFP via Getty Images This is the Perseverance rover. It's not a little RC car! 11. The Statue of Liberty's head was on display in Paris before being sent to New York: Hum Images / HUM Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images 12. These big fellahs are Hercules beetles, one of the largest types of beetle in the world. They can also fly! youtube.com Cool! 13. After enough time, some gold crayons will turn green: reddit.com 14. A lot of soda cans in Hawaii still have ridges at the top: reddit.com This is because of the plant they're made in. 15. This is what the inside of a wasp's nest looks like: reddit.com Not unnerving at all. 16. Back when people were so inclined to do so, this was one way to board and travel by blimp: Library Of Congress Thanks, but no thanks. 17. This 3,000-pound absolute unit is Lubber, the world's largest horse back in 1930: Bettmann / Bettmann Archive Love you, Lubby. 18. This is what it looks like when a ferris wheel gets deconstructed and taken apart: reddit.com 19. This monstrosity is an octobass, a three-stringed instrument you play with a bow and a series of pedals: Stephane / Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images It sounds, well, like a bass. 20. And finally, on April 19, 1997, you could see the movie Anaconda for $5: reddit.com Good to know.