Amazing things that you don’t believe exist in nature:
1) Giant Crystal cave in Mexico
Mexico’s Cueva de los Cristales (Cave of Crystals) is home to the largest natural crystal formations found anywhere in the world. Thriving under unbelievably rare conditions, this cave in mexico provided the perfect environment for these crystals to grow to incredible sizes.
“There is no other place on the planet where the mineral world reveals itself in such beauty.”
2) Pink Lake Hillier in Australia
For anyone traveling over the western islands of Australia this unbelievable phenomenon can be witnessed with their own eyes.
The captivating pink lake is not a trick of the light, and it retains it’s hue when removed, but the origin of it’s bubble gum aesthetics remains a mystery the science community is still trying to solve. best guess right now is that it has to do with the high salt levels in the water.
3) Reflective salt flats in Bolivia
Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat coming in at 10,582 square kilometers (4,086 sq mi).
Located in southwest Bolivia, These breathtaking salt flats are definitely on the list of things you need to see before you die. Resulting from the transformation of several prehistoric lakes, which over eons have left a water salted crust over this vast flat, Salar de Uyuni is a mesmerizing sight to witness as you watch it reflect the sky ever so beautifully. Walking through this mirrored wonderland, one might forget which way is up and which way is down.
4) Spiderweb cocooned tress in Pakistan
This eerie vision of ghost trees is actually an act of survival from millions of spiders in the village of Sindh, Pakistan.
In 2010 massive flooding forced millions of spiders to seek shelter in the higher grounds of the tree tops, and over time the have created intricately beautiful webbed homes for themselves in the most peculiar of places.
5) Shores of Vaadhoo Maldives
This midnight light show on the shores of Vaadhoo, Maldives however unbelievable is not the result of an elaborate Photoshop. It is however the result of tiny marine microbes called phytoplankton washing up on the sand.
6) Frozen air bubbles in Abraham lake
Abraham Lake in Alberta Canada is home to a rare phenomenon that needs to be seen to believe. Trapped under it’s frozen surface, methane gas creeps its way up creating beautiful air bubbles as it freezes and melts and freezes and melts as the flammable element searches for its way out.
7) Volcanic lightning in Iceland
This epic display of lightning in Iceland is what scientist call a “dirty thunderstorm.”
The electrifying phenomena happens when rock fragments, such as ash collide with ice particles in a volcanic cloud. as it is carried up into higher than normal parts of the atmosphere, it starts creating static with the surface of the planet thus providing the electrical charge needed for lightning.