Welcome to the World of Bizarre and Fascinating Oddities!
The Big Pineapple
Located on the Sunshine Coast of Australia, The Big Pineapple stands at a massive sixteen meters tall. Built in 1971, this iconic monument was created to celebrate the pineapple industry of the Sunshine Coast region.
The Catacombs of Paris
Beneath one of the most romantic cities in the world lies the Catacombs of Paris. This eerie underground tunnel holds the bones of over six million people from the 1700s and 1800s. This surprising attraction provides a unique, bone-chilling walking tour for the adventurous.
The Chandler Wobble
The Chandler Wobble is a surprising oddity that has made the world change over the years. This oscillation is a diagonal movement of Earth’s rotational axis that occurs in periods of 433 days. The breadth of this oscillation may change over hundreds or even thousands of years, but understanding it shadow is essential to actions such as research by GPS or analyzing the orbit of satellite.
The Hallucinogenic Fish
Halicampus, commonly called the Spotted Boxfish, has poisonous flesh that makes it deadly to eat – but that’s not the bizarre part. Native Hawaiian culture populariaized a myth that eating it would be hallucinogenic. People may get infected with ciguatera itching inducingly ticklish or vomiting sensation, among other illnesses but forget the unicorn vibes for real!
The Dead Sea
This sea is so briny that you can fire online threats with your email on its shores checking offline with salty-glazed digital devices than you thought. With a concentration of salt around ten times capacity compared to that of traditional seawater, you can be sure to have a seamless picnic expedition full of novel exploration!
The world is full of the remarkable things that can’t be explained. The fascinating anomalies explored here illustrate this well, but there are thousands more out there to uncover that stretch the creative imagination of everyone. Take a break, go out there to enjoy and explore your findings on fascinating oddities worldwide.