LOST Things That Were SURPRISINGLY Rediscovered!
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Check out these LOST Things That Were SURPRISINGLY Rediscovered! From amazing discoveries of forgotten objects to mysterious things that went missing, this top 10 list of surprising rediscoveries will amaze you! Follow us on instagram! instagram.com/katrinaexplained/ Subscribe For New Videos! goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "REAL Mermaid Sightings Around The World!" video here: usa-video.net/ChM0CBRmVsM-video.html Watch our "Most Amazing Cities Found UNDERWATER!" video here: usa-video.net/rUqxhYJqGhU-video.html Watch our "Most EXPENSIVE Private Jets Owned By BILLIONAIRES!" video here: usa-video.net/nyqlXe3-jrA-video.html 10. Spacecraft The Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory B was launched by NASA in 2006, alongside its sibling A craft, with a mission to orbit and take readings of the far side of the sun. All was going to plan, but in 2014, as it looped behind our solar system’s star, all communication with the probe was lost. It happened while mission control was testing its ability to reset its systems in case of a problem, but it went out of range at a crucial moment, and it became impossible to reconnect with it. 9. The Queen Anne’s Revenge Blackbeard was undoubtedly the most famous pirate that sailed the seas, but for nearly 300 years after his death in the coastal waters of North Carolina, the whereabouts of his legendary ship, the Queen Anne’s Revenge, remained a mystery. It was known to have run aground in 1718 near Beaufort, but from then all record of it vanished. 8. The Patiala Necklace De Beers is a company that’s synonymous with diamond mining, and soon after the company formed in 1888, they found a huge light yellow octahedral crystal. At 234.6 carats it was one of the largest diamonds to have been found in the region, and it was bought by the Maharaja of Patiala who had seen it on display in Paris. 7. The Huberman Stradivarius Antonio Stradivari was an Italian maker of string instruments who lived between 1644 and 1737. His particular specialty was in the construction of violins, and his are generally regarded as the best to have ever been made. In total, he's thought to have produced 960 of them, with as many as 512 still surviving to this day. 6. The Long-Beaked Echidna Species of animals quite often go extinct, but it's very rare for them to be re-discovered again. For a long time the long-beaked Echidna, native to Australia, was thought to have died out, with the last records of it dating back to 11,000 years ago in ancient Aboriginal rock art and fossils from the time. 5. Munch’s The Scream Munch's ‘The Scream' is one of the world's most recognizable artworks, but what most people don't realize is that he actually created 4 versions of the image between 1893 and 1910- 2 with paint, and 2 with pastels. Both of the painted versions have been stolen, and both have been rediscovered in unexpected ways. 4. The Lewis and Clark Bear Claw Necklace The Lewis and Clark expedition between 1804 and 1806 was the first American led exploration of the western part of the US. With the main aim of surveying newly acquired territory following the Louisiana purchase, they also made contact with local communities and gathered a collection of artifacts. 3. The Jules Rimet Trophy The soccer world cup takes place every 4 years and is, by far, the most popular global sporting occasion. As would seem appropriate for such an event, the winners win the 18-carat gold Fifa world cup trophy. 2. Nuclear Bomb If there’s one thing in the world you’d hope never gets lost, it’s a nuclear bomb… but there have been occasions when this has happened. In February of 1950, a B-36 bomber was flying a training mission over the Pacific when three of its engines caught on fire, forcing the crew to abandon it. Following procedure, they jettisoned the bomb beforehand so it wouldn’t be with the wreckage when the plane crashed into the mountains in northern British Columbia. 1. Charles Darwin’s Galapagos Tortoise Charles Darwin changed our understanding of the world by uncovering the process of evolution. As a part of his life-long studies, he collected specimens of animals from around the world and proved that their adaptations could have only come about by a process of natural selection. Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!