Top Ten Coolest and Most Beautiful Natural PhenomenaThe nature is beautiful and mysterious. These are the most beautiful and magneficent natural phenomenons. This is one of the reasons of why you should protect nature
As fun as it would be to run in a sea full of these tiny creatures, I wouldn't want to purposefully bother them. Not that they would care, since all kinds of marine life disturb them on a daily basis. Beautiful, nevertheless.
This occurs on a beach in the Maldives. At night, the waves glow blue. It's caused by a kind of bioluminescent phytoplankton called Dinoflagellates. It's so beautiful, I tell you.
Also known as volcanic lightning, this occurs when lightning is produced in a volcanic plume. It looks so freaking badass! Despite looking cool, I wouldn't like to be near one.
Watch it and listen to Chopin.
This occurs in Abraham Lake in western Alberta, Canada. It's caused by the aquatic plants that grow on the floor of the lake. They produce methane, which freezes in winter, creating strange yet beautiful frozen bubbles under a layer of ice when the lake is frozen.
Wow, that's so cool! And beautiful! Awesome list!
This occurs in the North and South Poles. It's caused by solar wind that disturbs the magnetosphere.
Also known as Nacreous clouds (named after Nacre, the Goddess of pearls, due to the iridescence of this phenomenon), this occurs in the winter polar stratosphere.
It's caused by some species of Dinoflagellate phytoplankton. These phytoplankton bloom, dyeing the sea red. Unfortunately, this beautiful phenomenon is deadly. Red tides can kill many animals.
This occurs in Namibia. Scientists suggest that it was caused by sand termites (Baucaliotermes hainsei and Psammotermes allocerus). Fairy circles are circular patches of land barren of plants.
It's caused by the light of the sun or moon that reflects on tiny crystals. They look like vertical columns of light. This beautiful phenomenon was thought to be caused by UFOs, which led to false UFO reports.
They are flower-shaped ice crystals that grow on young sea ice and thin lake ice.
It's a lake located northwest of Osoyoos, east of the Similkameen Valley of British Columbia. It contains the highest quantities of Magnesium Sulfate, Calcium, and Sodium Sulfate.