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LOOK: The Most Amazing Discoveries Of The Year
Is This The Oldest Pearl In The World? French researchers found what is believed to be the oldest pearl in the history of the human world. The Umm al Quwain pearl was discovered in a grave in the United Arab Emirates and is said to be 7.500 years old. (Ken Walton/CNRS)
One of The Rarest Frogs in The World
This rare frog which is called purple frog was discovered for the first time in 2003, in Western Ghats in India. It is the one and only place where these species can be found. The frog is really purple, has very small eyes, unusual nose and believed to be a relative of ancient frogs, that lived during the time of the dinosaurs. Frankly, it looks rather strange, but sounds even worse!
8 Weird and Rare Mental Disorders You Won't Learn About in School
A rare prehistoric shark was discovered by local residents in Shizuoka, southwest of Tokyo. The huge eel-like creature, considered to be a living fossil, was taken to Japan’s Awashima Marine Park and placed in a seawater pool. Only just a few hours after it was moved, the unusual shark died.