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Frozen Methane Bubbles
Frozen Methane Bubbles are formed in water when dead organic matter falls to the bottom.
Underwater Crop Circles
This Underwater Crop Circles can be found on the seabed at around 7 feet wide.
Spotted Lake, Canada
Once water evaporates from this lake near Osoyoos, British Columbia,
experts believe that minerals left behind and leave this strange lily pad pattern of circles.
Red Crab Migration, Christmas Island
Red Crab Migration in Christmas Island, happens every October and November, to where there are around 120 million crabs migrated and stays at least 18 days.
This is formed when moist air flows over a mountain and piles into large and layered clouds.
The Flowering Desert, Chile
The Flowering Desert in Chile called as the barren Atacama desert which sprawls with gorgeous flowers only happens every few years.
The Sardine Run, South Africa
The Sardine Run in South Africa happens every May to July every year.
Nacreous Clouds formed during an extreme polar winters.
The Monarch Butterfly Migration
Monarch butterflies traveling from North America towards Mexico, covering most of the trees is extremely amazing.
The colorful rock transformation are formed by mineral deposits laid down over millions of years.
These are formed by light that reflect from ice crystals in high level clouds.
The Columnar Basalt are perfectly created which already seemed like artificial, but they?re not.
The Black Sun
These occurs during spring in Denmark, to where million European starlings gather into a single group.
These large gaps in clouds occurs when ice crystal in the cloud begin to evaporate.
This is the rarest and considered as the most dangerous type of storm
These rare phenomenon occurs during the Northern Lights, which the place looks like an alien world.
Spherical Boulders, Moeraki, New Zealand
This spherical boulders that have formed at Koekohe Beach,
were originally formed under the sea floor in a process that saw sediment, such as sand, hardened into stone.
The Almost Never-Ending Wave, Brazil
Pororoca in Brazil, is considered as surfable tidal wave that travels as far as 500 miles up the Amazon River ? and at times ? can reach 12 feet high.
Based on study, sea-foam is created by impurities in the ocean,
such as salts, chemicals, dead plants, decomposed fish and excretions from seaweed.
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