After mankind discovered X-rays, people began to scan everything they could. X-rays allow us to see everyday things from a really unexpected perspective. With their help, we have clarified the mysteries of many natural phenomena, processes in the human body, and the laws under which animals live. Take a look at some of the everyday things seen with X-rays.
Horse foot with 48 nails
These horseshoes are for horses competing in walking. The multi-layered horseshoe makes the horse feel as if he is on a platform, so he lifts his feet higher. This sport is considered cruel and is banned in many countries because it causes physical pain and mental discomfort to the horses.
On average, a man uses 72 muscles to say just one word. Here’s what this complicated X-ray process looks like.
Foot in high heel shoe
British scientists have found that regular walking in shoes with high heels damages the feet, damages joints and even reduces mental capacity.
Playing the violin
Playing the violin improves brain function. This fact has been proven by many scientists and many of them use it. For example, Einstein was a great violinist and started playing at age 6.
The longest kiss lasted over 58 hours! In 2013, Thailand’s Ekachai and Laxana Tiranat kissed for 58 hours, 35 minutes and 58 seconds. The kiss ended in the Guinness Book of World Records.
When a fish swallows the plankton, a special chemical is created that makes the fish glow. This light can cause enemies, so once the fish realizes that it has been swallowed, it immediately spits plankton.
A dog who drinks water
Dogs drink water differently than other animals. They put their tongue in the water and twist it outwards forming a small “spoon” with which they collect the water.
This is Grace. She is a cat with 5 kittens in it who were born healthy. It is not known how many kittens a cat can give birth to, but there are cases where the cat has given birth to 12 kittens at a time.
You may not know that the turtle shell contains phosphorus. If you spend a long time under the sun, it will shine.
Swallowing is performed by pushing. Thanks to muscle contraction, we can swallow even if there is no gravity.
The marine rays known as manta are considered the largest in the world and are often referred to as the sea devil. They can weigh up to 3 tons and can reach up to 8 meters in length.
An interesting occurrence on a train
In February 2018 at a railway station in Dongguan, China, one woman was so worried about her things that she went into the X-ray with them. This photo is the result. It is not clear why she was so worried because nothing was banned.