Forensic reconstruction by the Kennis brothers of a neanderthal man and his son who lived in Europe about 50,000 years ago. They use ancient skulls found by archaeologists and layer clay over a cast, as well and flesh out the face using a chart detailing known tissue thickness at particular points
In 1952 Alain Bombard crossed Atlantic Ocean (4400km in 65 days) without provisions, eating only plankton and fish he caught, drinking juice he pressed from fish, rain & small amount of sea water. He did this as a proof that you can survive after a shipwreck if you’re mentally prepared.
The ending shot of Atlantis: The Lost Empire, called "the most difficult in Disney animation history" by its directors, began with a scene on one 16-inch (40.5 cm) piece of paper that panned out to reached the equivalent of an 18,000-inch (45,720 cm) paper composed of many individual pieces