Added by on October 30, 2017

From the strange happening of toads falling from the sky to the unbelievable & beautiful circle rainbow you need to see to believe!\r
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11. Acid Rain\r
Acid rain arrived in Iran along with November in new and caused an unprecedented increase in respiratory problems throughout the country. Iran has the dubious distinction of having four of the top ten most polluted cities in the world, including Ahvaz, the worlds most polluted..\r
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10. Clouds from Space\r
Particularly strange and otherworldly clouds covered Panama City Beach, Florida on the same day as the rare snowstorm that hit Libya. The two weather phenomena happening on the same day had weather experts more excited than Billy Mays doing an infomercial. \r
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9. Neon Beach\r
Juhu Beach in Mumbai was lit fluorescent blue for the second time this year. The brilliant light show happens thanks to tiny plankton called dinoflagellates becoming disturbed, which ivates their bioluminescence, or their ability to produce light. The site is so visually spectacular that people usually assume that pictures of the phenomenon are fake.\r
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8. Whirlpool in Latvia\r
An enormous whirlpool appeared in a river in Latvia that swallowed everything near it. Onlookers got a video of the incident, which happened in April of new. People speculate that it could ually be a sinkhole beneath the river.\r
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7. Rare Clouds Over Norway\r
Witnesses observed polar stratospheric clouds over Norway in May of this year. Sunlight shining through ice particles in the clouds create the amazing colors seen in the formations. The rare sights shape a minimum of seventy thousand feet high, double the height a commercial airline flies. While beautiful, the clouds are very destructive to the ozone layer. \r
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6. Giant Hailstone\r
Usually when someone says that they experience hail the size of a golf ball they are exaggerating. This saying would have been an understatement in Vivian, South Dakota on July 23, new. Les Scott collected a huge hailstone from his backyard and immediately threw it in his freezer. A good idea since the hailstone ended up being 8 inches in diameter and nearly 2 pounds, setting the U.S. record for the biggest hailstone ever recorded.\r
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5. Siberian Snowball Madness\r
A bunch of snowy ice balls washed on the shores of western Siberia in November to the delight of one nearby bear. The rare process involves small pieces of ice being rolled by wind and water to form a giant sphere. While rare the spectacular natural event is not one of a kind. People took pictures and videos of a similar mass of balls on the shores of Lake Michigan in new and again in new.\r
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4. Ominous Lakes\r
Scientists recently concluded a satellite-based study in which they observed a worrisome phenomenon in eastern Antarctica for the first time. Researchers saw almost 8,000 supraglacial or meltwater lakes form between the years 2000 and new. Experts have observed other meltwater lakes in different parts of the continent and the world, but the f that they are showing up in a region that was thought to have relatively stable and frigid weather is what is so troubling about the discovery. The lakes have been shown to drastically increase ice melting in Greenland, which in turn increases the global sea level. \r
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3. Crazy Cloud Over Costa Rica\r
People were bewildered and amazed to see an intense but beautiful formation in the sky that experts believe was a weather phenomenon called cloud iridescence. Thousands of pictures and videos were shared on social media in early September last year when these clouds showed up in the skies of Escazu, Costa Rica. Witnesses described the clouds as looking like a precursor to the end of the world and a sign of God.\r
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2. Circular Rainbow\r
A rainbow is a relatively common sight that almost everyone has seen in the sky at one time or another. Much rarer is spotting a circular rainbow, and that is because the conditions have to be perfect. They can only be seen from the air when the sun is shining behind the observer through raindrops. Seeing one is incredibly rare and getting a picture of one is even rarer. A photographer was flying over Cottesloe Beach in Australia during a rain shower in new when he saw this incredible circular rainbow. \r
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1. Greek “Lost City”\r
When divers came across round columns and concrete looking floors on the ocean seabed off the Greek island Zakynthos they naturally assumed that they had stumbled upon a long-lost civilization. Similar discoveries had been made in the area, after all. Experts recently found that the so-called lost civilization was a naturally occurring geological phenomenon that happened over 5 million years ago. Geologists have seen similar structures before but never in waters so shallow.