National Geographic always comes up with some of the most amazing photographs and stories in some of the most obscure places in the world. They recently published an article on their strangest, weirdest finds from this past year – weird, odd and yet eerily beautiful all at the same time, a reminder of how fragile we are in the midst of our strength.
From a genitalia-headed fish to a two-faced cat and a housefly-size frog Paedophryne amauensis, the world’s smallest known vertebrate. Here is their full story which is a must read. Below are my 3 favorite photos from the piece.
White Killer Whale – photo credit: photograph courtesy E. Lazareva, Far East Russia Orca Project
Mysterious Eyeball Found on Florida Beach – photo credit: photograph by Carli Segelson/Fla. FWCC
Photo credit: Two faced cat: Photograph courtesy TODAY Show/NBC