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14 Rare Things Seen By Only One In A Million People

14 Rare Things Seen By Only One In A Million People


Some people believe in fate, that everything that happens in life for a reason is predetermined and therefore out of your control. Others believe in an existence that is more of a series of random events and occurrences that are purely chance coincidences, no matter how odd they may look.


The world is full of mysterious sights of all kinds and it's exciting to know that we haven't seen all that in the world yet. Here are 14 rare things seen by only one in a million people


1. "My friend's dad grew this perfect 'lime-on."

© McNifficence/Reddit

2. Life is an Open Book, a sculpture by Brad Spencer in Downtown Charlotte, NC.

© Brad Spencer

3. "A flying fish landed on my boat last night. I took this quick pic then put it back in the water."

© tunaguy/Reddit

4. Fire Breather Looks Like He's Kissing A Fire Dragon.

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5. This Bird Landed On The Page About Itself.

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6. A Dragon Fly Landed On My Friends Foot And Mirrored Its Own Tattoo.

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7. Snow rolls formed by the wind.

© Shabe/Reddit

8. "Hundreds of thousands of starlings migrating across the region covered the skies of Rome."

© Imgur

9. Australian caterpillars crawling in a line.

© Mr.Kerby/Pikabu

10. This very rare "golden" tiger is believed to be one among 30 that exist in the entire world.

© seerebiifan/Reddit

11. The €0 denomination issued for the 200th anniversary of Karl Marx in a limited edition of 5,000 copies.

© Trier erleben/Facebook

12. The Mountains And Trees Lined Up Perfectly On This Camper On The Highway. 

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13. Cell Phone Picture From Friday Nights Storm. The Lighting Happened Right After The Camera Started Taking The Picture.

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14. I Saw A Gull Standing On Top Of Another Gull.

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Hope you have enjoyed it.

1 Response to "14 Rare Things Seen By Only One In A Million People"

  1. marvellous pictures once in a life time.I am.lucky enough to see these womderful photography

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