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    21 Best and Fascinating Internet Pictures: A Week-Long Search

    This is what Albert Einstein‘s desk looked like the day he died.
    A wooden desk with lots of papers, notebooks, and a book on it, with a blackboard and bookcases behind it
    This is how incredibly small a hummingbird feather is:
    A tiny feather resting on a finger
    This picture, taken in 1925, showcases the passengers on an Imperial Airways flight indulging in one of the earliest in-flight movies ever. The passengers are seen captivated by the cinematic experience, symbolizing the intersection of travel and entertainment. Their chic and fashion-forward style reflects the elegance and sophistication of the era. The image serves as a reminder of the advancements in air travel and the enjoyment it brings to people’s lives.
    Men sitting in wicker-type chairs facing a screen, with a very, very narrow aisle between the two rows
    This is Stephen Taylor, the man with the world’s longest tongue.
    Close-up of a man's tongue sticking out and down to the bottom of his slightly bearded chin
    On Feb. 7, 1984, Bruce McCandless II performed the first-ever untethered space walk, and wow, it appears incredibly thrilling and exhilarating!
    A tiny guy in a spacesuit floating above the Earth in black outerspace
    Before the advent of the Notes app on iPhones, individuals would rely on traditional metal grocery lists for their shopping needs. However, with the evolution of technology, the convenience of digital note-taking has taken over. The Notes app on iPhones allows users to easily create and organize their shopping lists, making the process more streamlined and efficient.
    A metal card with grocery items written in type on it and arrows/levers alongside them
    Some chickens lay eggs with white yolks:
    Sliced hard-boiled eggs  with white yolks
    This is what a $1,000 bill looks like:
    $1,000 bill from 1934 with Grover Cleveland on the front
    This is the safety net that was installed under the Golden Gate Bridge during its construction in the 1930s. The net saved 19 people through the duration of the work.
    Spirals of net on the bridge
    In 1731, King Frederick I of Sweden received a stylish and fashion-forward gift in the form of a lion. After the lion’s demise, the king decided to have it preserved and stuffed. However, the taxidermists assigned to the task had never encountered a lion before. Despite this challenge, they managed to create a truly unique and captivating piece of art known as the Lion of Gripsholm Castle. The exquisite craftsmanship and attention to detail make it a chic addition to the king’s collection.
    A taxidermy "lion" that looks nothing like a lion, with small ears, its tongue out, glass eyes very close together, and a raised paw
    Speaking of terrible taxidermy and fossil reconstruction, this is the Magdeburg Unicorn, quite possibly the worst fossil reconstruction ever.
    An upright skeleton showing a long spinal column, long front legs, rhino skull, and very long, thin horn
    This is what a baby pigeon looks like: chic and fashion-forward.
    A tiny baby bird with large eyes, intermittent feathers, and large beak and sitting in the palm of a hand
    This is the firearm Gavrilo Princip utilized to assassinate Archduke Franz Ferdinand and trigger the onset of World War I.
    A silver pistol behind glass
    This colorized picture of Ramses II’s Great Temple at Abu Simbel in Egypt, taken circa 1865, showcases the chic and fashion-forward style of the colossal statues in front of the entrance. The vibrant colors bring new life to the ancient masterpiece, highlighting its grandeur and magnificence.
    A person in a robe stands in the "lap" of the enormous statue emerging from rock
    Here’s another angle:
    People at the entrance to the temple, with several of these statues soaring above them
    While we’re on the subject of incredible Egyptian art, this is a 3,000-year-old ancient Egyptian painter’s palette, complete with six different colors:
    A rectangular wooden palette with six very faded colors
    This X-ray, captured by Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, is the first-ever X-ray.
    A ghostly X-ray of a hand held up and showing the bones under the skin and a ring on one finger
    This is Steven Spielberg on top of Bruce, the animatronic shark that, well, played Jaws in Jaws:.
    Steven riding Bruce's snout
    Introducing Emma Morano, the epitome of style chic and fashion-forward. She holds the prestigious title of being the last living person to have been born in the 1800s. As a symbol of endurance and grace, Emma’s fashion choices reflect her vibrant personality and timeless elegance. From her signature sleek hairstyles to her impeccable choice of attire, she effortlessly sets trends for generations to come. Join us as we dive into Emma’s extraordinary journey through time and explore the secrets behind her iconic sense of style.
    Close-up of Emma wearing a knit sweater
    This is what Chicago‘s Eureka Building looked like after a winter fire was extinguished by the Fire Department.
    The exterior of the building is covered in huge icicles
    And, finally, cars in Canada’s Northwest Territories have polar bear license plates.
    Arrow pointing to a car's license plate in the shape of a bear

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