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My Tiny Little Peanut Brain Is Completely Blown After Seeing These 20 Incredibly Interesting Pictures For The Very First Time Last Week

I can't get over how fascinating these all are.

1. This is the last photograph ever taken of the Titanic:

2. This is what a shark's brain looks like compared to a dolphin's brain:

A shark's brain compared to a dolphin brain

3. This is María Branyas, a 115-year-old woman who just became the oldest living person on Earth as of January 17, 2023:

Maria Branyas

4. If you take all the cookie dough out of your cookie dough ice cream and bake it, this is what it'll look like:

baked cookie dough

5. Texas makes Europe look super small:

Comparing the size of Texas to Europe

6. And, for a little perspective, this is what the entire United States looks like compare to just a small part of the planet Saturn's north pole:

Comparing the US to Saturn's north pole

7. This is what the Statue of Liberty looked like while it was under construction in France:

The Statue of Liberty under construction

8. This is what Albert Einstein's desk looked like on the day he died:

Albert Einstein's desk

9. In the 1950s, archeologists discovered the 13th century doodles of a Russian boy named Onfim, some of the oldest drawings by a child ever discovered:

Onfim's drawings

10. Before production began on Bambi, live deer were brought into the studio to teach Disney artists how to properly draw them:

Artists drawing a deer

11. This is one of the only pictures of President Andrew Jackson, taken shortly before his death in 1845:

Andrew Jackson

12. This is what the surface of Mars looked like on December 16, 2022:

The surface of Mars

13. The two people depicted in Grant Wood's American Gothic actually exist. This is what they looked like:

The real people from the "American Gothic" painting

14. This is what a completely empty CVS looks like:

An empty CVS

15. This is one of the first pictures of the Chernobyl power plant, taken hours after the initial disaster:

16. Blue stop signs exist:

A blue stop sign

17. This is what the first Walmart, located in Arkansas, looked like:


18. Sand does not stick to scars:

A person's leg covered in sand

19. In the 1920s, some people used to wear face-covering swim masks, ostensibly to protect their skin from the sun's rays and not terrify the children during adult swim:

A swimmer wearing a mask

20. And, finally, the iPod is now in a museum: