Next time you go searching something on the internet, keep in mind not to trust everything you see. Obviously, the internet is the best place where you can find almost all the information you’re looking for, but if you need to make sure that something is true, I recommend you double check it. Take a look at these fake images that somehow went viral and made everyone believe that they were true. Without any further ado, let’s debunk them!

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This fake photo is known as “The Tourist” and people believed that it was snapped seconds before 9/11. It actually was a hoax.

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It’s amazing how people thought that this picture was showcasing what hurricane Sandy is able to do, when in fact it’s just a picture from the movie known as “The Day After Tomorrow”.

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Well, it looks like Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor weren’t friends after all.

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I wish this picture was true because I would’ve loved to hear a collaboration between David Bowie and Lemmy from Motorhead.

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I guess it’s pretty easy to understand why everyone believed this fake photo to be true. They both were great stars of their times and people expected them to hang out together.

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There’s no way this is real because the photo Lana Del Rey was snapped back in 2012 and Amy Winehouse was not with us anymore.

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This picture is known as “The Greatest Selfie Ever” but sadly, it’s just a lie.

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People who thought this Yeti is actually real probably didn’t look at how small the foot prints are.

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If the picture you are looking at seems too beautiful to be true, than it probably isn’t.

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It would’ve been awesome if this fairy tale castle was real, but sadly it’s just a hoax.

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There’s no way this viral picture could be real because the wind would just blow the pilot’s selfie stick away. Not to mention the plane.

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This picture shows a flooded mall from Kuwait but if you look closely you’ll be able to see that those sharks have been photoshopped.

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I am surprised people even believed this picture is true, considering how much a of a gentleman Barack Obama is.

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I don’t even need to point out what’s fake about this picture. It probably went viral just because people thought it was cool.

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Many people believed this photo was true but Eddie Murphy confirmed that it’s not him. I mean, it’s pretty obvious that he isn’t the one eating stake from the model’s back.

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No, that isn’t the classic MGM lion. It’s a picture from 2016 of a lion from that’s getting a CAT scan.

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This photo was believed to be taken right before the Air France flight 447 crashed but that’s not true at all. This is just a frame from the TV series “Lost”.

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Even though this picture might look like something that real gamers would actually do, the water reflections don’t look that good.

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A horse sized dog, how can someone believe this is real?

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From the looks of it, Rammstein’s lead singer doesn’t support Vladimir Trump and his endeavors.

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Many believed the myth of the rare black lion to be true but sadly, it’s just an altered version of a white one.

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Well, it looks like Heath Ledger wasn’t such a good skater after all. He was a great actor though, and we all miss him.

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Even though the first picture is really hilarious, it’s only Photoshop.

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Who would’ve thought that the National Geographic guys are such pranksters?

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The first picture was shared all over the internet and it was believed to be a special Japanese fruit known as “moonmellon”, but it was just a hoax.

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