Pyramids of Visoko in Bosnia, built years ago by the Illyrians. The highest and largest in the world and more ancient than the pyramids of Egypt. The base material used was concrete demonstrating an advanced civilization.
July 2013 Manatees, Florida Photograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic Manatees swim close to the water's surface because they are air-breathing mammals. They use their stiff facial bristles to guide food into their mouths.
Beautiful Shiratani unsuikyo forest (possibly the most difficult to pronounce name in the Japanese language). Part of the world heritage forest on remote Yakushima island, apparently Miyazaki's film Princess Mononoke was inspired by this location.