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1 year ago · Himani Ediriweera · 0 Comment
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Nature is a true masterpiece that can never be copied by even the greatest artist! Its beauty is unique and reminds us to appreciate the natural beauty of everything around us.

We've found 15 breathtaking photos of nature that you might not believe are real! It's just nature's way of reminding us its power and how beautiful the world really is.

Grüner See (The Green Lake)

Grüner See (The Green Lake)
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In the winter, the emerald-green waters of Austria's Grüner See (or Green Lake) is a small puddle, ranging in depth of 1 to 2 metres, 

In the summer, the emerald waters reach a depth of 12 metres and it becomes an underwater park, with paths and bridges and fauna, for divers to explore.

The ’Giant Bear’ Shadow

The ’Giant Bear’ Shadow

Appearing only twice a year, shadows morph into a giant bear in the mountains of North Carolina. The Shadow of the Bear draws in numerous tourists wanting to catch a glimpse of the shadow in the fall and late winter.

Cacoon Trees

Cacoon Trees
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These trees aren't covered by cotton. After the 2010 flooding in Pakistan, millions of spiders climbed to their safety and coated the trees with their silken webs.

The Pink Lake

The Pink Lake
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South West Australia's Lake Hillier is shockingly pink – but safe. Its pink color comes from micro organisms in the water and the color holds steady regardless of temperature – even when bottled.
The water is a popular spot for swimmers!

Goats In Argan Trees

Goats in Argan Trees
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Who knew goats could climb trees? Herds of goats in Morocco use Argan trees as pastures and feed on their sweet fruit. It's a common site for locals but always surprises tourists.

The Rainbow River

The Rainbow River
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Columbia's Caño Cristales river, or the River of Five Colors, transforms into a multi-colored pool of water through June and December. The weather causes the algae to turn shades of blue, yellow, red, green and orange.

The Migration Of millions Of crabs

The migration of millions of crabs
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This migration on Christmas Island has 43 million crabs making their way to the ocean shores to lay their eggs. Many island roads are shut down for a week to allow the crabs to migrate safely. 

The Blue Volcano

The Blue Volcano
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It's not unusual to see blue lava flowing from Indonesia's Ijen Volcano. The blue lava is created by the sulphur dioxide burning at scorching temperatures of 600 degrees celsius.

The Moving Rocks Of Death Valley

The Moving Rocks of Death Valley
This phenomenon has rocks – weighing hundreds of pounds – trailing across the deserted soils of Death Valley National Park. How these heavy rocks can move up to 15 feet per minute has bewildered scientists for decades. The existing theory says vortices formed over the lake move the rocks along ice, which appears at nighttime.

 

The Waitomo Glowworm Caves

The Waitomo Glowworm Caves
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Glowworms lace the dark walls of the Waitomo Glowworm Caves in New Zealand. The bright little fireflies give the otherwise dark caves a star-studded appearance. The caves are truly mesmerizing!

The Eye Of the Sahara

The Eye of the Sahara
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Africa's Eye of the Sahara, or the Richat Structure, is 50 kilometres wide and when seen from space, it looks like a huge eye. The geological formation is easily distinguishable from its desert landscape. 

Fire Rainbows

Fire Rainbows

Fire rainbows are a beautiful optical phenomenon caused by ice crystals catching rays of sun. Fire rainbows are often seen in the summer when the sun is high in the skies. 

Rotating Thunderstorms

Rotating Thunderstorms

Rotating thunderstorms (supercells) are beautiful but very dangerous when viewed at close range. These storms are caused when cold, dry air combines with warm air. Supercells are common in "Tornado Valley," or the Great Plains of the USA.

The Martian Landscape Of Namibia

The Martian Landscape of Namibia
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This might look like man-created art but it's actually mummified acacia trees set among scenic orange-colored sand dunes. The trees are dried out, or mummified, due to the dry environment.

Giant Ice Caves

Giant Ice Caves
Iceland's Ice Caves are a natural beauty that allow beams of sunshine through thinning walls in warmer temperatures.
The gleaming colors give the appearance of cave walls lined with precious stones. 

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