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They look like the entrance to Hell!

Dirty thunderstorms, aka volcanic lightning, occur when lightning is produced in a volcanic plume. They look like the entrance to Hell!

30 fenômenos naturais que você não vai acreditar que realmente existem

30 fenômenos naturais que você não vai acreditar que realmente existem

30 Natural Phenomena You Won’t Believe Actually Exist

Giant thumbprint on the twilight sky, Starling roost at Minsmere, Suffolk. If you’ve heard of a school of fish or a murder of crows, then a murmuration is a collective noun for a grouping of starlings. The flowing river of nature during murmuration is one seriously spectacular sigh

The Black Sun : Huge flocks of up to starlings form in areas of the UK just before sundown during mid-winter. They are known as murmu.

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EPCOT for adults - our homemade "passports" to drink around the world!

EPCOT for adults - our homemade "passports" to drink around the world! But I wouldn't add the drinks ahead and instead put a line so we could right them in!

Sinkhole in Live Oak, Florida

Tropical Storm Debby created havoc in Florida, June Beside wind and flooding, many sink holes appeared.

wow...not cool...

Oh wait, here’s The Door to Hell, a gas fire in Turkmenistan accidentally ignited by scientists in 1971 and still burning.

Murzuq Libiya Desert

LYBIE : Dunes dans le désert de Murzuq (Dunes of Murzuq Desert in Libya)

30 raros e deslumbrantes fenômenos naturais

Monarch Mob: Monarch butterflies fill the sky at the El Rosario sanctuary in Michoacán, Mexico; an early return south this year suggests their numbers may be rebounding.

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