Wild Photos That Seemed Normal Before A Closer Look

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A British inventor produced the world's first photographic image way back in 1834. Since then, there has been a revolution in the art, to say the least. With digital cameras on every smartphone these days, even a regular joe has a world-class device right in his pocket. And the internet is right there, to catalog it all!

With zillions of pixels out there, the internet can be a real rabbit hole. It's a digital treasure trove of surprises, and some can be hard to believe at first sight. It's time to test perceptions, and see the best of the best — no photoshop involved!

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There are hundreds of Tarantulas species out there in the jungle. Most people hope to never encounter one, against their will. Why are they so big? Are they poisonous? The mystery around these spiders is significant. Looking closely at this photo, it seems one traveler is about to find out more! Will she survive?

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Yes, according to National Geographic: ''Insects are their main prey, but they also target bigger game, including frogs, toads, and mice. The South American bird-eating spider, as its name suggests, is even able to prey upon small birds.'' Still, yuck!

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