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15 Mind-Blowing Natural Phenomenons That Will Leave You Wondering!

15 Mind-Blowing Natural Phenomenons That Will Leave You Wondering!
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Saffron sky in the sunrise, fascinating colors of flowers, beautiful scenery during the rain and pleasing snowfall, all these are the incredible creative arts of nature that always win our hearts. But, these are not enough. Nature never stops astounding us by its extraordinary events.

The passionate explorers found some amazing natural phenomena on the Earth that were inconvincible at the first, but they do happen for real. 

Let's check them out, this will completely leave you shocked. 

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Have a look at all of the mind-blowing phenomenons around the world!

Have a look at all of the mind-blowing phenomenons around the world!

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1. Finnish Lapland

1. Finnish Lapland
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These bizarre statues are formed due to the driving snow which covers the trees at that place.

2. Frost Flowers

2. Frost Flowers
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These are not exactly flowers, can be anything more like leaves. The ice surface on it resembles as beautiful as a flower.
These frost flowers form when the temperature around the plant is below freezing, and that of within plant is higher, due to which the water pulled towards the surface of petals. It leads to a fragile chain of ice forming sprawling and delicate formation.

3. Columnar Basalt

3. Columnar Basalt
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This Columnar Basalt looks like a labyrinth which is formed here by the incredible natural phenomena. This unique honeycomb pattern of columnar formation is a result of lava flows. These columnar basalt clusters can be found all over the world.

4. Snow Donuts.

4. Snow Donuts.
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Kids oftenly enjoy rolling snowballs and making snowman with this. But the nature has its way of throwing the snowballs.
These beautiful snow donuts are formed under the certain temperature conditions only when a mass of snow either falls or is blown by the wind. These donut shapes can be as tall as 26 inches.

5. Watersprouts

5. Watersprouts
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It is called a water sprout due to the tail which looks like the tail of sprouted seed. These are the tornadoes that can occur anywhere in the water. This breathtaking natural happening is the reason behind many mysterious shipwrecks within the Bermuda triangle and many others.

6. Penitentes

6. Penitentes
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These terrifying snow structures are formed in high-altitude areas with low humidity, such as the glaciers of the Andes mountains. These peculiar spiky penitents, due to the high-temperature conditions directly vaporizes without ever becoming a liquid.

7. Brinicles

7. Brinicles
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The icy phenomenon is caused by cold, sinking brine, which is denser than the rest of the sea water. It forms a brinicle as it contacts warmer water below the surface.

8. Light poles

8. Light poles
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These amazing colorful light poles can be seen at nights from over the large cities in the cold weather at the certain temperature of -20 Celsius degrees. These light poles formed when there are plenty of tiny ice crystals in the atmosphere, and the most required condition is wind must not blow fast.

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9. Turkemenistan

9. Turkemenistan
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"The Door to Hell" is noted for its natural gas fire which has been burning since Soviet petroleum engineers lighted it in 1971.

10. Morning Glory Clouds

10. Morning Glory Clouds
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These pleasing 'Morning Glory Clouds' are rare climatic phenomenon which occasionally observed in different locations of the world. These clouds can stretch 1,000 kilometers long and occur at altitudes up of 2km. These tubes and the surrounding air can cause dangerous turbulence for airplanes.

11. Mammatus Clouds

11. Mammatus Clouds
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These sagging pouch-like structures formed due to the sinking air. Because of the high concentration of precipitation particles, the saturated air is heavier than the surrounding air and sinks back towards the earth. The subsiding air eventually appears below the cloud base as rounded pouch-like structures called Mammatus clouds.

12. Bioluminescence

12. Bioluminescence
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This spooky light is created by the chemical reaction called "Bio-luminescence". This reaction takes place when the tiny organisms in the water are disturbed. The photographer captured this blue haze by putting his camera on a very slow shutter speed and threw sand and stones into the water that created this beautiful natural phenomenon.

13 Pororoca, the breathtaking wave.

13 Pororoca, the breathtaking wave.

This terrifying surfable tidal wave that covers 500 miles up the Amazon river and can go to 12 feet high. This is the longest wave in the world that forms twice a year from February to March.

14. Danxia Landforms, China

14. Danxia Landforms, China
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The red sandstone and mineral deposits laid down over millions of years, which results in the formation of these epic colorful landforms. The wind and rain creatively carved the amazing shapes into the rock, forming natural pillars, towers, ravines, valleys, and waterfalls.

15. Spotted Lake, Canada

15. Spotted Lake, Canada
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This strange lily pad pattern formed in this lake due to evaporation of water that leave behind contained minerals. Each circle in this lake have a different color, because of the vast amount of minerals found in it.
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