An Alien looking Giant pink blob found floating in the ocean

This bizarre ocean blob has been identified. (Photo: Mark Watkins/Facebook)

Imagine taking a sunset cruise and coming across this thing bobbing in the ocean. It looks like some sort of alien pod or giant mutant blowfish.

The picture was taken by Australian fisherman Mark Watkins, who thought it might be a downed hot air balloon until he got close enough to smell it. The stench, according to Watkins, was unbearable, which indicated to him that it must be a bundle of rotting biological matter.

Upon closer inspection, and considering the size of the stinky blob, Watkins knew it could only be one thing: a bloated whale carcass, reported The West Australian. But what kind of whale looks like this?

The Sun: “The Day E.T. Boarded The Space Shuttle”

The Sun: “The Day E.T. Boarded The Space Shuttle”
The Sun: “The Day E.T. Boarded The Space Shuttle”

Sun Magazine – USA, January 19, 2009 – English Language

Massive New Monument Found in Petra

Source: National Geographic

Massive New Monument Found in Petra!

An overhead image of the new monument at Petra photographed from a drone, and a detailed overlay of the surface features in which the image is rotated 90 degrees clockwise.

Source: National Geographic

An overhead image of the new monument at Petra photographed from a drone, and a detail overlay of the surface features in which the image is rotated 90 degrees clockwise.

First Humans in Australia dubbed Mungo Man

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Mungo Man and Mungo Lady were discovered in 1969 and one of the world’s oldest known cremations.Mungo Man, discovered in 1974, was an early Aboriginal Australian human inhabitant of the continent, who is believed to have lived between 40,000 and 68,000 years ago, during the Pleistocene epoch.

 

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EARTH’S MAGNETIC FIELD IS CHANGING

EARTH'S MAGNETIC FIELD IS CHANGING

EARTH’S MAGNETIC FIELD IS CHANGING: Anyone watching a compass needle point steadily north might suppose that Earth’s magnetic field is a constant. It’s not. Researchers have long known that changes are afoot. The north magnetic pole routinely moves, as much as 40 km/yr, causing compass needles to drift over time. Moreover, the global magnetic field has weakened 10% since the 19th century.

19 Must-see-things The Ancient City Of Polonnaruwa In Sri Lanka

Lankatilaka temple, Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka

19 Must-see-things The Ancient City Of Polonnaruwa In Sri Lanka

Polonnaruwa is the main town of Polonnaruwa District in North Central Province, Sri Lanka. Kaduruwela area is the Polonnaruwa New Town and the other part of Polonnaruwa remains as the royal ancient city of the Kingdom of Polonnaruwa.

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1 – Statue of King

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2 – Council Chamber

The Council Chamber, Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka

The Council Chamber, Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka

3 – Kumara Pokuna

Polonnaruwa (Sri Lanka) bassin de Kumara Pokuna

Polonnaruwa (Sri Lanka) bassin de Kumara Pokuna

4 – Shiva Dewalaya

Shiva Dewalaya building, Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka

Shiva Dewalaya building, Polonnaruwa, Sri Lanka

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NASA Tweeted A purple nebula, in honor of Prince

crab nebula

A purple nebula, in honor of Prince

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Crab Nebula, as Seen by Herschel and Hubble

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