Our planet always knows how to surprise its inhabitants: there are fireworks displays, there will spin in a whirl of shiny fish, and at other times will adjust such bastions, it seems that here once played giants. < Website publishes 20 frames that prove that nature is very rich imagination.
Mud storm h3>
Mud storms occur when lightning occurs in the volcanic plume.
«magic circle" in Namibia h3>
Researchers mysterious phenomenon suggests that it is "the work of" sand termites.
Road Giants h3>
As a result of the eruption of an ancient volcano in Northern Ireland arose terrain that covered 40 thousand tightly contiguous basalt pillars.
lenticular cloud h3>
Clouds in the north of the state of Georgia in the United States - a rare natural phenomenon.
Catatumbo Lightning h3>
Glittering flashes occur over water within 140-160 nights per year, 10 hours a night, and up to 280 times per hour.
The red crabs of Christmas Island h3>
Each year about 43 million land crabs are moving en masse to the ocean to lay their eggs. Local authorities cover the week most of the roads of the island, not to interfere with the migration.
The Great Blue Hole h3>
Gigantic underwater sinkhole off the coast of Belize has a diameter of more than 300 meters and a depth of 124 meters.
Clouds asperatus h3>
Undulatus asperatus, or lumpy-bumpy waves. This type of clouds, with a rather mysterious way, was included in the classification of relatively recently by the decision of the head of the society of researchers clouds.
Tanzanian Lake Natron h3>
Salt Lake, which is fed by hot springs, is the only place of constant breeding of small flamingo.
Spotted Lake h3>
Canadian Lake Spotted Lake - the world's greatest reserve of magnesium sulfate, calcium and sodium.
«The Gates of Hell" in Turkmenistan h3>
Broke out because of the clumsy actions of researchers in 1971, a fire at a gas mine still has not subsided.
New Zealand Spherical boulders h3>
Under the impact of the erosion of the argillic rocks shore boulders come out with the right rounded outlines.
Flammable ice bubbles h3>
Caught in the ice trap of Abraham Lake in Canada bubbles of methane.
Frozen flowers h3>
In the calm waters of lakes and seas, where the surface had just grasped the light crust of ice, in a cold snaps (about - 22 Celsius) fresh ice crystals occur wondrous forms.
Black Sun h3>
Up to 50 000 starlings in the skies slipping into huge flocks of chirping. This phenomenon has also been called "a murmur».
The moving stones of Death Valley h3>
In a deserted valley watch US unique geological phenomenon: fragments of rock without help move along the smooth ground, leaving a long trace.
Underwater circles h3>
Off the coast of Japan, through the efforts of dexterous males pufferfish are perfectly aligned circles with delicate edges. These works of art are designed to fascinate and attract females.
The migration of monarch butterflies h3>
Covering thousands of kilometers, dense flocks of butterflies briskly moved from Canada to the south side of the United States.
Blooming desert h3>
In the years when the rains in Chile are more abundant than usual, the Atacama Desert is covered with flowers and herbs.
Vymeobraznye clouds h3>
Such clouds are rare, mainly in the tropics, and are associated with the formation of tropical cyclones.
Bioluminescent waves on the beaches of the Maldives h3>
Some phytoplankton species are capable of luminescence.
Rainbow eucalyptus h3>
This is because the pieces of bark eucalyptus resets. Each piece of the barrel consistently gets blue, purple, orange, and then - maroon.