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Creepy Things About Nature

Creepy Things About Nature

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David Bowie has a condition called anisocoria, which is the medical term for unequal pupils. At 14, he got punched in the eye by his schoolfriend, which caused his pupil to remain permanently open. Some people think his irises are two different colors, but you can see here that they are not.

After being diagnosed with leprosy, Tetsuo Sakurai was forced to leave home at the age of 15. He didn't return for more than 60 years. At first, he received treatment in neighboring Hirosaki for 10 months but after he showed no improvement, his parents were obliged to have him quarantined in a sanatorium under Japan's 1907 Leprosy Prevention Law (not repealed until 1996).

木下 晋 展 (鉛筆画)

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Chernobyl disaster

Weve rounded up some bizarre and crazy animals you never knew existed.

20 Bizarre and Crazy Animals You Never Knew Existed - TechEBlog

35 Astounding And Uplifting Facts About The Universe

THESE LITTLE DARLINGS ARE ALL TERRIFYING LITTLE TONGUE-BECOMERS! | There Is A Parasite That Eats Tongues And Replaces Them With Terrifying Monsters

Lithopedion Calcified Fetus. Remained inside woman for over 50 years. wow, you can actually make it out ....

"Tree Lobsters" These bugs were thought to be extinct since 1920, but 24 were found on a TINY rocky island... under its one bush. A group of scientist removed 4 of the bugs and have started a successful rehabilitation plan. Dryococelus australis, the Lord Howe Island stick insect or tree lobster, is a species of stick insect which lives on the Lord Howe Island Group.

Yet another thing to worry about: Fatal Familial Insomnia is a terrible disease found in only 28 families around the world. The disease prevents you from sleeping and no medication available can help you. When the disease begins, you generally have from 7 to 36 months of sleepless nights until you finally die.

UNIT 731 Unlocking a Deadly Secret

Human eye gives researchers visionary design for new, more natural lens technology

Dental Training 'dummies' - why your dentist turned into a sadist.

Not REALLY creepy but it shows that we are not as knowledgable about our planet as one might think. The Lesula, or Cercopithecus lomamiensis, is the first new species of monkey found in 28 years.

This box jellyfish, also known as the sea wasp, can have up to 60 tentacles, each measuring 15 feet long. Every tentacle has 5,000 stinging cells and enough toxins to kill 60 humans.

Blue Ringed Octopus

Humans carry more bacterial cells than human ones.

Monument for Unit 731 in Tokyo: Human Nature this time....Slightly less well known than the Nazi experiments were the ones inflicted on the native Chinese population by the Japanese in WWII. These included vivisection without anaesthesia, induced gangrene, live weapons testing, germ warfare infections, and worse. General MacArthur granted immunity to these doctors in exchange for helping America with biological warfare research.

Bioartist training fungi to devour her when she dies

The Lion's Mane Jellyfish: Can grow up to 8 ft in diameter and can have tentacles up to 120 feet long–that's right, they could sting you before you even saw them.

Brazilian Wandering Spider: highest human kill rate in the world. Also, gives you an erection that lasts 4 hours... What?

You are your bellybutton lint article

Hidden Epidemic: Tapeworms Living Inside People's Brains!!! EWWWW! But that explains a lot about the increase in idiots out there.

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Fruit Bat.

Fruit Bat...creepy and cute at the same time

Giant scale worm: Eulagisca is native to the Arctic. Scientist and Deep Sea News blogger Miriam Goldstein found him in the Scripps Benthic Invertebrate Collection. Check out his size compared to the coffee cup, and tremble. Not scared yet? Let's talk about the jaws of the scale worm. Here's something that many scale worm species share—mouths that make them look like extras from Aliens.

Giant scale worm