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Amazing Natural Phenomena – Caught On Camera

Mud Storms

Mud Storms Phenomena
© mrietze

Mud storms occur when lightning appears in a volcanic plume.

 

’’Magic Circles’’ in Namibia

’’Magic Circles’’ in Namibia
© wired

Investigators of this mysterious phenomenon suggest that it’s the ’’masterpiece’’ of desert termites.

 

The Giant’s Causeway

The Giant’s Causeway
© euguide

This is a result of the eruption of an ancient volcano in Northern Ireland. It created a terrain that’s covered with 40 000 tightly contiguous basalt pillars.

 

Lenticular clouds

Lenticular clouds
© jollysailor1950.

These clouds in northern Georgia, USA are a rare natural phenomenon

 

Catatumbo Lightning

Catatumbo Lightning
© terra-z

Lightning flashes appear over water 140-160 nights a year, for ten hours a night, and up to 280 times per hour.

 

Christmas Island Red Crabs

Christmas Island Red Crabs
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Each year, about 43 million land crabs move in masses to the ocean to lay their eggs. Local authorities close most of the roads for a week so as to not interfere with the migration.

 

Great Blue Hole

Great Blue Hole
© imgur

The gigantic underwater sinkhole off the coast of Belize is more than 300 meters in diameter and 124 meters deep.

 

Undulatus Asperatus Clouds

Undulatus Asperatus Clouds
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These clouds are called undulatus asperatus, or rough waves. This type of cloud, with a rather mysterious form, was recently included in the classification by the head of the Cloud Appreciation Society.

 

Lake Natron, Tanzania

Lake Natron, Tanzania
© imgur

This saltwater lake, which is fed by hot springs, is the only place that looks exactly like a flamingo.

 

The Spotted Lake

The Spotted Lake
© (с) Jeremy Hiebert

The Canadian Spotted Lake is the world’s greatest reserve of magnesium sulfate, calcium, and sodium.

 

The ’’Door to Hell’’, Turkmenistan

© imgur
© imgur

This is a fire at a gas mine that broke out in 1971. It was due to the researchers’ negligence and still hasn’t ceased.

 

Spherical Boulders in New Zealand

© warnet
© warnet

Due to the erosion of the shore’s argillaceous rocks, spherically-shaped boulders come out.

 

Flammable Ice Bubbles

© Edwin Martinez
© Edwin Martinez

These are methane bubbles caught in an ice trap in Abraham Lake, Canada.‎

 

Frozen flowers

© Jeffrey Bowman
© Jeffrey Bowman

In the calm waters of lakes and seas, where the surface has just started freezing up (about −22°C), appear ice crystals of wondrous beauty.

 

Black Sun

© linkiesta
© linkiesta

Upwards of 50,000 starlings flock in the skies into huge twittering flocks. This phenomenon has also been called a ’’rumble.’’

 

Sailing stones of the Death Valley

© (с) Trey Ratcliff
© (с) Trey Ratcliff

In a deserted valley in the USA exists a unique geological phenomenon: fragments of rocks move along the smooth ground without any help, leaving long traces behind.

 

Underwater Crop Circles

© pinterest
© pinterest

Off the coast of Japan, deft pufferfish males create perfectly aligned circles with chiseled edges. These works of art are designed to fascinate and attract females.

 

Migrating Monarch Butterflies

© ck-make-art
© ck-make-art

Covering thousands of kilometers, massive flocks of butterflies briskly move from Canada to the south of the United States.

 

The Blooming Desert

© zouzouke
© zouzouke

In the years when Chile is more rainy than usual, the Atacama Desert is covered with flowers and herb

 

Mammatus Clouds

© rsvlts
© rsvlts

Such clouds are very rare; they mainly appear in tropical latitudes. They are bound with the formation of a tropical cyclone.

 

Bioluminescent waves on the beaches of the Maldives

© (с) Doug Perrine
© (с) Doug Perrine

Some phytoplankton species are capable of luminescence.

 

Rainbow Eucalyptus

© (с) jwilsonnorton
© (с) jwilsonnorton

This happens because eucalyptus peels in different sections. Each piece of the bark gradually gets blue, purple, orange, and then maroon.

 

Sardine Run

© 48tu
© 48tu

From May to July, billions of sardines run to the North along the East coast of South Africa.

 

Winnie the Pooh Cloud

© Xposure
© Xposure

During a children’s charity event in Dorset, England, the guests saw all of a sudden the cloud of Winnie that looked as if he were smiling and relaxing after a feast of honey.

 

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