Stunning Natural Phenomenon That Will Leave You In Awe

Posted by Michael Avery in Nature and Travel On 15th April 2018
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Earth is much more amazing than you could ever imagine. Just take a look at these stunning bizarre phenomenon from around the world. You will be inspired to learn more about our sometimes very alien world.

#1 Dirty Thunderstorms

Dirty thunderstorms are directly linked to the creation of lightning during a volcanic eruption. The rock, ash and ice particles of the volcanoes plume slam into one another causing static charges which produce lightning. Unlike normal lightning, these bolts don't descend down towards the ground but instead in whichever direction the collision occurs. These storms are truly frightening to behold.

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#2 Flammable Ice Bubbles

If you ever visit Lake Abraham in Alberta, Canada you will notice frozen under the surface of the water beautiful bubbles that look like some kind of jewels. These bubbles are actually pockets of methane that have become trapped under the surface. If one of these bubbles were to burst while near a flame it would be a very bad thing. Still, it's beautiful to look at.

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