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    Best halloween decorations outdoor 2022

    There’s nothing quite like decorating for Halloween. Whether you’re hanging faux cobwebs above your dining room table, rigging creepy crawlers to jump out at unsuspecting passersby, or getting cutesy with candy corn cutouts, putting up Halloween decorations can be almost as fun as celebrating the holiday itself. You want to make sure your front yard is oozing with the holiday spirit for your visitors. If you want to go beyond the expected Jack-o’-lantern, consider getting a bit more involved with these outdoor Halloween decorations. 1 BAT HALLOWEEN DECORATION Bats are a great decor option for feeling festive but not too scary on Halloween. A set includes 16 bats, and the product has over…




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    Mysterious Living Stones Of Romania

    These mysterious stones in Romania called ‘trovants’ grow, move and even breed. After every heavy rain shower, they absorb the rain’s minerals, which then mix with the chemicals already present in the rock, creating a reaction and pressure inside – ultimately making the stone grow and multiply. The world is full of mysteries and when we think we know the place well, a new one comes up. There are many unexplained geographical mysteries everywhere but scientists try their best to unravel them. This time it is about the rocks which keep growing in Romania. Costesti is a small town in Romania that is home to these mysterious manifestations called trovants.…




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    Upside-down fig tree in Bacoli, Italy.

    This gravity-defying fig tree in the ancient ruins of a Roman villa continues to grow downwards year after year, even bearing figs. Baiae was an ancient Roman town located on the northwest shore of the Guld of Naples, in Phlegraenan Fields, which is an active volcanic area. The ancient town was a notorious resort for the wealthiest aristocrats of Rome. Even emperors, such as Julius Caesar, Nero, and Caligula had villas in the luxurious town. Most of the villas were built in a very bold fashion, from 100 BC to AD 500, with much of the town becoming imperial property under the rule of Augustus. The common fig tree, Ficus…




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    GHOST APPLES – These really look as if they are made of crystal !

    A man pruning apple trees in an icy orchard in Michigan discovered a very odd phenomenon ‘ghost apples’. A freezing rain coated the rotting apples, creating a solid icy shell around them. As he pruned the trees, the trees shook, causing some apples to fall off. But those that remained on the tree had the mush slip out the bottom, leaving ‘ghost apple’. posted the pictures on Facebook, and the images quickly went viral. Ghost apples are so rare because they require very specific weather conditions – where it is cold enough for water to freeze but also to allow the apples inside the casing to rot. Freezing rain coated…




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    World’s Oldest Terrarium / Sealed Bottle Ecosystem by – Only Watered Once in 53 Years

    80-year-old David Latimer planted a garden in a huge 10-gallon bottle in 1960 and opened it to water it only once in 1972. Now the portable bottle garden is almost 54 years old and is still flourishing in its own closed ecosystem. Back when Dwight D. Eisenhower was president of the U.S., Latimer planted the garden by placing some compost, a quarter pint of water and a spiderwort sprout into a 10-gallon glass bottle. Opened only once, the garden has created a self-sufficient miniature ecosystem. All it really needs is plenty of sunlight and a loving guardian. Latimer, now in his 80s, is proud of his gardening experiment. According to…




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    The Giant Hand Of Vyrnwy

    Giant Hand of Vyrnwy – Comprising of a single giant hand in an existing tree stump. Height – 50ft total including tree stump.Example cost for a similar sculpture – £12,000 The tallest tree in Wales had been damaged by a storm and was supposed to be cut down, but a better solution was found.Natural Resource Wales, which was in charge of the site, ordered artist Simon O’ Rourke to cut down the tree.He came up with the concept of carving what the tree stump and trunk into a giant hand – to symbolize the tree’s last attempt to reach the sky. Artist Simon O’Rourke brings new meaning to a “palm…