Mud storms occur when lightning appears in a volcanic plume.
’’Magic Circles’’ in Namibia
Investigators of this mysterious phenomenon suggest that it’s the ’’masterpiece’’ of desert termites.
The Giant’s Causeway
This is a result of the eruption of an ancient volcano in Northern Ireland. It created a terrain that’s covered with 40 000 tightly contiguous basalt pillars.
These clouds in northern Georgia, USA are a rare natural phenomenon.
Christmas Island Red Crabs
Each year, about 43 million land crabs move in masses to the ocean to lay their eggs. Local authorities close most of the roads for a week so as to not interfere with the migration.
Great Blue Hole
The gigantic underwater sinkhole off the coast of Belize is more than 300 meters in diameter and 124 meters deep.
Undulatus Asperatus Clouds
These clouds are called undulatus asperatus, or rough waves. This type of cloud, with a rather mysterious form, was recently included in the classification by the head of the Cloud Appreciation Society.
Lake Natron, Tanzania
This saltwater lake, which is fed by hot springs, is the only place that looks exactly like a flamingo.
The Spotted Lake
The Canadian Spotted Lake is the world’s greatest reserve of magnesium sulfate, calcium, and sodium.
The ’’Door to Hell’’, Turkmenistan
This is a fire at a gas mine that broke out in 1971. It was due to the researchers’ negligence and still hasn’t ceased.