Think you've seen it all? Think again! The world is full of unexpected things which at first sight might surprise and befuddle you but will mostly have a rational explanation behind them. Well mostly. These images might seem unreal or photo-shopped but they're not. So go ahead, take a look.

1. A haunting 3D projection made out of a tree by French artist Clement Briend

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2. This might look like a huge ball of wool you would like to roll on but it's actually a fluffy white Angora rabbit.

Source: Wikipedia

3. These might look like butt clouds but they're an ordinary phenomenon known as Mammatus clouds, which means 'mammary cloud'.

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4. These wide eyed fishes swim in HUGE shoals during courtship season but this poor fella looks seriously confused facing the hoard.

Source: Dailymail

5. This might look like the dark mark from Harry Potter but it's really just a volcanic explosion.

Source: Viralnova

6. The Wave is a sandstone rock formation in the United States of America near the Arizona-Utah border. It's a big hit with hikers!

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7. Just Andre Agassi and Roger Federer playing an exhibition tennis match in 2005 on the helipad of the Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai, 700 ft off the ground. No biggie.

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8. This awesome spectacle is achieved by fitting a transparent tube in the water column which keeps pumping water from below.

Source: Deceptology

9. This sassy frog.

Source: Shikhei Goh

10. These goats have mad tree climbing skills.

Source: Fitlifestyle

11. No she isn't a ghost walking amongst mortals, she's just dyed and has grey make up on.

Source: Andy Thomas/toxel

12. Want a black cat or a brown one? You can have both in this furry companion. This cat has a genetic condition called Chimera.

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13. Though this looks like a beautiful yummy cake, it's actually a form of glass painting called murrine.

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14. Full marks for superhuman balance.

Source: Traveljee

15. And this.

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16. Philippe Ramette, an artist, just held on to small barge fashioned like a small sideways balcony.

Source: Fitlifestyle

17. Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flatland, in Bolivia. Every year it becomes covered in a small amount of water, turning it into the world’s largest mirror and paradise on earth.

Source: Wikipedia

18. This toothy shark is slayin' it with this high-five.

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19. A partial solar eclipse.

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20. Ever had a bear over for dinner? But in this case this bear is part of family! Brutus was adopted by the naturalist Casey Anderson as a newborn cub.

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21. This isn't a divine miracle, just a perfectly timed picture of a boy jumping into the pool.

Source: Viralnova

22. And the same happened here.

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23. This is a well timed photo of a geyser in Strokkur, Iceland just as it was about to erupt. Though it does look like an alien rising.

Source: Youtube

24. As dramatic as this looks, this is just a tube station in Sweden.

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25. This surreal place is Waitomo cave in New Zealand. The light is emitted by thousands of glow-worms.

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26. Resembling a UFO, these are lenticular clouds atop Mount Fuji in Japan

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27. If you're having issues figuring out what species of animal this is, it's a maned wolf.

Source: Viralnova

28. This might look like the doorway to another universe, but it's actually a cleverly painted picture before this house was about to be knocked down.

Source: Viralnova

29. Artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster have created this shadow out of a pile of rubbish. Genius.

Source: Hexjam

30. Very paradoxical weather but this typhoon hit this rainbow as a coincidence.

Source: NASA

31. Might look like the burning pit of hell but this Derweze Crater has been burning in the middle of Karakum Desert in Turkmenistan ever since a Soviet drilling rig collapsed on that site

32. Though this looks like an enchanted place, this is Mudhdhoo Island in Maldives which is home to bioluminescent phytoplankton which emit blue light when the sun goes down.

Source: List25

33. This is one hell of a place to chance upon. The Lake Natron, in Tanzania is rich in high soda and salt content which causes dead animals to calcify.

Source: List25

34. This might bring back memories of The Excorcist but it's actually a well timed photo of a girl jumping.

Source: Hexjam

35. A German magician pulling a publicity stunt.

Source: Viralnova

36. This epic picture is pizza in outer space.

Source: Viralnova

37. This unusual spectacle is just cross waves. When waves from different directions meet, they create cross waves.

Source: Viralnova

38. This Spanish island, Menorca has such clear, turquoise water that the boats look like they're floating.

Source: List25

39. These look like rivulets of smoke, but it's actually an aerial shot of a volcanic river flowing through glacial fields in Iceland.

Source: List25

40. This one is for all Darcy admirers. This is a statue of Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy, one of the characters of Pride and Prejudice, built in London's Hyde Park to commemorate its 200th anniversary.

Source: The guardian

41. This beautiful place is in Great Smoky Mountains National Park where thousands of fireflies synchronise to create light patterns.

Source: List25

42. This isn't a melting building, it's just tarp covering a building under construction.

Source: Viralnova

43. This is a real woman who had surgery to look like a human Barbie.

Source: Viralnova

44. Walking though this local Lavender field in France is an experience you'd probably never forget.

Source: List25

45. Railway tracks that were left twisted after an earthquake in New Zealand.

Source: Viralnova

46. The Rainbow Mountains in China are the result of red sandstone and mineral deposits being laid down over 24 million years.

Source: List25

47. Yeah this a real man, Dean Potter, an American free climber just strolling down a rope over some mountains.

Source: Hexjam

48. Artist Berndaut Smilde can engineer clouds indoor. Such amaze.

Source: Hexjam

49. This is legit the world's largest bubble.

Source: Hexjam

50. Looks like a giant swell of frothy beer you'd wanna drown in, but it's actually a dustorm developing near Onslow, Australia.

Source: Yahoo

Believe it, it's all real.