Look, we're not saying that seeing this albino baby elephant will make your life better. Actually scratch that. Seeing this albino baby elephant will definitely make your life better. But do you know what would be even more amazing? Seeing elephants in person!
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Ever wish you could paddle through Puerto Rico's bioluminescent waters, but don't relish the thought of swimming with thousands of dinoflagellates? Amsterdam-based designer Teresa van Dongen has created a sterilized version of the experience in the form of... a lamp.
This video will have one of two effects: It will either delight you or make you afraid to go to sleep. After all, the deep-sea angler fish is the stuff of nightmares. With its garish teeth and disconcerting body shape (it's basically a giant mouth with a few fins tacked on) - not to mention it lives at an ocean depth where it's always pitch dark - you'd be forgiven for wanting nothing to do with the deep-sea anglerfish.
And yet, this video is so entrancing that it's virtually impossible to not ...
Who knew the movement of carbon dioxide could be so beautiful? This video from NASA is a product of a simulation called "Nature Run," which takes real data on atmospheric conditions and the emission of greenhouse gases and both natural and man-made particulates. In this particular visualization, the timespan of January 2006 through December 2006 is simulated.
The effect is an dynamically fluid display that brings to mind stirring (very colourful) milk into (very colourful) coffee. Or as NASA ...
Humans have successfully landed on a moving comet in space. The landing, which was executed by the European Space Agency on November 12, 2014, is illustrated in this video (which was released prior to the successful completion of the mission).