Natural Wonders In The World Where Only 2% Of The World Can Witness The Desert Becomes A Garden Full Of Flowers


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How much do you think you know about the Earth? Many people will feel that they have lived on Earth for so long, and they have accumulated a lot of knowledge about the Earth, but in fact, there are more amazing events in nature.

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  1. 1 Blue Lava is the cooler name for a chemical reaction that creates electric-blue flames from the Kawah Ijen crater on the island, Java.


  2. 2 Dirty thunderstorms (volcanic lightning) are created by colliding particles of volcanic ash.


  3. 3 Salar de Uyuni is a salt flat in Bolivia and it reflects the sky when small amounts of water flood it!


  4. 4 Upside down icebergs look fascinating.


  5. 5 A thing called bioluminescence makes the waves glow blue and it’s absolutely fascinating.


  6. 6 Upper-atmospheric lightning is a lot bigger and scarier than the bolts of lightning we normally see.


  7. 7 When the sun is setting it turns this waterfall into gold.


  8. 8 A perfectly circular ice disk formed in a river in Westbrook, Maine and it looks incredible.


  9. 9 A flock of starlings is called a murmuration.


  10. 10 An underwater river in Cenote Angelita, Mexico


  11. 11 Supercells are just thunderstorms characterized by the presence of a mesocyclone in them which makes them rotate.


  12. 12 The Morning Glory cloud is a rare meteorological phenomenon that makes rolled clouds.


  13. 13 A tidal bore is a tidal phenomenon in which the leading edge of the incoming tide forms a wave (or waves) of water that travels against the direction of the river or bay’s current.


  14. 14 Wave Rock is a natural rock formation in Australia. It’s shaped like a wave and is 49 ft (15 meters) tall.


  15. 15 Asperitas is a cloud formation that may look ominous, but most of the time it dissipates without a storm forming.


  16. 16 Fairy circles are created by sand termites and typically happen in places that have a certain type of vegetation.


  17. 17 A light pillar is an atmospheric optical phenomenon in which a vertical beam of light appears to extend above and/or below a light source.


  18. 18 Frozen trees called Sentinels of the Arctic guard the north.


  19. 19 A desert bloom is a climatic phenomenon that makes a variety of flowers blossom during the spring in years when the rain is high.


  20. 20 There are beautiful ice caves underneath the Mendenhall glacier in Alaska.



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