Stunning natural Phenomenon around the world that seems virtually impossible

Planet earth is an amazing place where the wonders of the world aren’t just structures and monuments. Around the world there are some awesome natural phenomena that will leave you spellbound. Here are 12 stunning natural phenomenon’s around the world.

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1 Dirty Thunderstorms

A dirty thunderstorm is a weather phenomenon referred to as volcanic Lightning. Perhaps the most famous occurrence of such phenomena is when famous photographer Carlos Gutierrez captured volcanic lightning above the Chaiten Volcano in Chile. Volcanic lightning looks as if it were a portal to hell.

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2 Snow Chimneys

Snow chimneys stem from Active volcanoes located in extremely cold areas. The most famous images of snow chimneys are those of Mount Erebus in Antarctica.

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3 Moskstraumen

Moskstraumen is the strongest system of whirlpools or total eddies found in the Lofoten archipelago of Norway.

Moskstraumen

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4 Light Pillars

Light pillars are atmospheric optical phenomenon that looks like vertical bands of light that extend beyond the light source. It is caused by reflection of light formed by thousands of minute ice crystals suspended in clouds or the atmosphere.

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5 Frost Flowers

Frost flowers are stunning natural phenomenon which are thin layers of ice that extrude from long stemmed plants in the onset of winter. The layers of ice form intricate patterns that look like extension of the plants.

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6 Spotted Lake

Spotted lakes are saline endorheic lakes found in the northwest of Osoyoos in the eastern sector of the Similkameen valleys of British Columbia.

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7 Lake Natron

Lake Natron famous for its incredible red water is a salt and soda lake located in the Arusha region of Tanzania on the Kenyan border.

Lake Natron

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8 Murmurations

Murmurations are huge flocks of starlings that number in bunches of almost 50,000. Moving together they all seem like one large entity.

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9 Fairy Circles

Fairy circles have started appearing recently. They are circular barren patches of land about 2 to 15 metres deep surrounded by a ring of grass. Experts feel that they could also be due to bacteria formation.

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Fairy Circles

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10 Underwater Crop Circles

Underwater crop circles are usually created by Puffer fish during the wooing process. Some of these have turned out to be so mysterious and artistic that several underwater divers think them to be something else.

 Underwater Crop Circles

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11 Red Crab Migration

Amongst the most spectacular stunning natural phenomenon is the annual migration of small little red crabs to the ocean on Christmas Island is an event worth watching when forests and roads are strewn with thousands of red crabs forming a virtual carpet on the surface.

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