Mother Nature, oh, Mother Nature is amazing! I’m telling you! Amid our busy lives and schedules, sometimes we forget that we may not completely be in control of things. Mother Nature is real and what you’re about to see proves that she does work in rather mysterious ways! Check out the items below!
1. A Dirty Thunderstorm is also called volcanic lightning.
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2. A Snow chimney is a cold example of a fumarole.
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3. Tidal whirlpools in the Norwegian Sea are called Moskstraumen.
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4. Light pillars are the result of ice crystals getting suspended in the air and reflecting light.
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5. These while blossoms are called frost flowers.
6. The spotted lake from Canada.
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7. A lake in Tanzania is the perfect breeding ground for 2.5 million lesser flamingos.
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8. A prehistoric glacier is credited for forming the Great Blue Hole off the coast of Belize.
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9. When starlings gather in numbers of 50,000 or more, it is called a murmuration.
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10. These fairy circles in Africa have scientists baffled as to their origin.
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11. These underwater formations are made by the male pufferfish as a way to attract a potential mate.
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12. On Christmas Island (off the coast of Australia), the red crab migrations is when thousands of the crustaceans head to the beach for mating season.
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13. Catumbo lightning in Venezuela that occurs up to 10 hours a day almost 260 days a year!
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14. This is a natural gas field that collapsed into a cavern and set on fire in Turkmenistan.
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15. These beautiful bubbles will explode if punctured quickly! There is natural gas trapped inside.
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16. Pooh Bear cloud.
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17. Columns of basalt found in Northern Ireland
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18. Ice trapped in the atmosphere forms circumhorizontal arcs that seem to go across the sky horizontally.
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19. This is a lenticular cloud.
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20. Bioluminescent plankton on the beach of Vaadhoo Island.
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