#8. Tibetan Mastiff
One of the largest breeds in the world, the Tibetan mastiff is native was originally domesticated by nomadic tribes in Tibet, India, and China.
#9. Bismuth Crystals
Bismuth is a naturally occurring crystal. Yes, that’s right: It just looks like this.
#10. Panda Ant
This insect has only been spotted a few times, and it’s actually a variety of wingless wasp. It is rumored to have an incredibly potent sting.
#11. Velvet Ants
Female velvet ants are actually wingless wasps with lush, bright-colored hair on their bodies.
#12. Eastern Long-Necked Tortoise
This tortoise is side-necked, which means that it hides its neck and head sideways into its shell instead of pulling it inward.
#13. Pineapple Field
One of the many incredible sights in Kerala, India.
#14. Starfish Eggs
Starfish have extremely complex life cycles, and they can reproduce both asexually and sexually.