When it comes to real-life superpowers, we don’t have to look any further than our own backyard.
All you need to do is look at Hollywood to see that people are obsessed with superheroes.
From the time we’re children until well into our adult lives, some of the most famous and recognizable characters are the very same ones that have been around since the early 20th century, born on the imaginative pages of comic books and consistently turned into multi-million dollar movie franchises.
From Batman to Superman to more contemporary characters like Deadpool, superheroes and supervillains fascinate us, whether by taking us away from our mundane, mortal lives or by inspiring us to be heroes in our own right. Unfortunately, we’re all still pretty human, but that doesn’t mean that superpowers don’t actually exist.
Just by looking into the natural world around us, we can find various examples of unbelievable super powers that animals have been capable of for centuries. From shapeshifting and “invisibility” to built-in acid shooters and the ability to survive in outer space, these animals have superpowers that humans only dream of.