This is a real phenomena.
Our planet is full of amazing things that capture the imagination and difficult to understand. Today we present 20 of the most extraordinary and beautiful natural phenomena.
1. Glowing beach in the Maldives. The light emit bioluminescent fitoplanktona.
2. Ice flowers. This is actually crystals of ice, like frozen flowers formed after a sudden and severe cold snap.
3. The Aurora. The glow of the upper atmosphere due to interaction with charged particles of the solar wind.
4. Bubbles in the ice trap. Frozen bubbles of methane under the ice of lake Abraham in Canada.
5. Fire rainbow. This unusual rainbow appears during the passage of sunlight through the clouds are high.
6. A mud storm. Appear in the volcanic plume.
7. The ice chimneys. Fumarole formed on the slopes of the volcano Erebus in Antarctica.
8. The Whirlpool Of The Maelstrom. Eddies in the Norwegian sea resulting from the interaction between habitats and tidal waves with complex bottom topography.
9. The great blue hole. The round funnel is the correct shape on the bottom of the ocean, located on the territory of Belize.
10. “Murmurings” of starlings. This phenomenon occurs when starlings gather in huge flocks.
11. Magic circles in pustina Namib, Africa. Researchers believe that these circles appear because of sand termites.
12. Spotted lake. Lake Spotted lake in Canada acquires this form in the summer, when some of the water evaporates on the surface remain Islands of minerals.
13. Underwater circles on the bottom of the ocean off the coast of Japan. These masterpieces of art created by the male puffer fish to attract and to charm the females.
14. Lake Natron in Tanzania. This lake is the only regular breeding ground for small flamingos.
15. Lightning, Katumba. Zip to the height of about five kilometers appear over lake Maracaibo (Venezuela) to 200 days a year.
16. The gates of hell in Turkmenistan. A fire on a gas mine, which arose in 1971 and is still ongoing.
17. Lenticular clouds. This rare type of cloud is formed between the two layers of air or on the crests of air waves.
18. The migration of crabs. Every year on Christmas island about 43 million red crabs migrate EN masse to the ocean to lay there eggs.
19. Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland. Thousands of basalt columns tightly adjacent to each other, emerged after an ancient volcanic eruption.
20. A unique formation of clouds. Such phenomena occur very rarely, but they make a lasting impression. This cloud appeared over the Peninsula of Sandbanks in the UK.
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