Tesla coils, in various states/conditions.
The drawings of pioneering neuroscientist Santiago Ramón y Cajal. The 1906 Nobel prize winner detailed the microscopic, serpentine arborizations of brain cells, among other exploits. As a precocious 11 year old boy, he also managed to raze his neighbor’s gate with a homemade cannon.
Angel Falls, the most towering and precipitous of all waterfalls.
A curious sort.
Many of these feature the Hyperion tree, discovered in 2006, which measures in at over 380 feet in height. The Lost Monarch is also well represented. The latter is unofficially the world’s largest Giant Redwood, at some 26 feet in diameter.
A fierce sense of purpose seems to drive these notorious beasts, distinguishing them from, say, the feral cow.