Unusual Events In The World

    Published: September 17, 2019

    Interesting events about nature.


    Unusual Events In The World

    • 1. Slide1 Unusual Events In The World
    • 2. Slide2 Clouds of Interesting Shape As seen in the picture, the clouds that look like a ball falling from the sky to the earth are very interesting and strange. According to scientists, this phenomenon can only take place over the agricultural fields in the near sunset.
    • 3. Slide3 Natron Lake Located in East Africa, this lake is home to thousands of flamingo each year. Although it may seem like a layer of hot lava, it actually looks like a pink color because the lake is too salty.
    • 4. Slide4 Organized Birds Thousands of starling birds fly together in an organized way in this picture taken on England's British coast. They flew in the air making interesting and different movements.
    • 5. Slide5 Hell Under the Earth The darvaza crater, shown as one of the most interesting events, causes you to sweat even though you are 500 meters away.
    • 6. Slide6 Light Beams Looks like the aliens came to Earth. In fact, these are the lights that the poles shot in Alberta shine into the sky.
    • 7. Slide7 Spotted Lake Located in Canada and known as the Spotted Lake, this place is visited by thousands of tourists every year. This is due to the fact that the lake contains extremely salty and endoric alkali.
    • 8. Slide8 Clouds Similar to Ufo The UFO-looking clouds in the sky over Luce Bay in Scotland have created an interesting image. The circular shape formed by the clouds with the sunset really looks like a UFO.
    • 9. Slide9 Portal Opened on the House It really looks like a hole drilled on the house, used to switch to another dimension. The event you see in this picture occurs when the water temperature in the clouds falls below the freezing level.
    • 10. Slide10 Deadly Lava The picture you see is not a picture from any movie or series, it is the image of a completely real nature event. Lava is quite scary and dangerous.
    • 11. Slide11 White Rainbow In the state of California in the United States, the white rainbow in the sky surprised everyone. The rainbow of unknown origin was interpreted by many as a result of the cloud formed by the fog.
    • 12. Slide12 Interesting Snow Columns It is only a small part of the Andes, which is the longest mountain range in South America.
    • 13. Slide13 Lake Located On The Mountain Located on top of a mountain in Austria, this lake serves as a mirror. The unique lake showing the reflection of the sky is both spooky and beautiful.
    • 14. Slide14 Unique Snowflake If you think small and melting snowflakes will always fall from the sky, you're wrong. What looks like the white cotton in the picture you've seen is a snowflake falling from the clouds.
    • 15. Slide15 Unusual Rocks Located on Koekohe beach in New Zealand, these fluffy and soft-looking balls are actually a rock.
    • 16. Slide16 Red Crabs Located on the Indian Ocean, Christmas Island is famous for its red crabs. Every year, an average of 43 million red crabs migrate here to lay their eggs in the ocean.
    • 17. Slide17 Deadly Gas Above the Lake Bubbles on Canada's Abraham Lake may look nice to you. You can even compare them to harmless jellyfish. But the bubbles you see are not very innocent. This type of gas, known as methane gas, is highly flammable and explosive. A small spark can cause a very big explosion.
    • 18. Slide18 Turquoise Glaciers As in the Ice Age film, these turquoise cubes are located on the frozen Lake Baikal of Russia.
    • 19. Slide19 Fire in the Falls Burning fire is not a man-made fire. A natural gas leak occurs from the earth's crust.
    • 20. Slide20 Rainbow Similar to Fire The secret of the rainbow that attracts attention with its scattered and irregular structure is actually quite simple. When the sun's rays strike hexagonal ice crystals, such an irregular rainbow emerges.
    • 21. Slide21 Desert Roses Those things that look like delicious scones are actually inedible. It is found in arid and sand filled areas.