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This is such a neat idea for the tree in the backyard. I would make up stories about the little guys that live inside...

The 7 Most Terrifyingly Huge Things in the History of Nature

Artist Makes Sculptures from Forks, Knives, and Spoons

Jellyfish. Yes, this is on my wish list. I want a jellyfish

Earth Pics ‏@Emily Arth Pics An Elephant in a Raincoat. That is all.

Nitin R Bodke ‏@NitinRBodke An Albino Humpback Whale

Flaming fire of Horsetail waterfall is a rare natural phenomenon that occurs only in the month of February, when the weather changes from winter to spring.

This is a rare meteorological phenomenon called a skypunch. When people see these, they think it's the end of the world. Ice crystals form above the high-altitude cirro-cumulo-stratus clouds, then fall downward, punching a hole in the cloud cover. #Meteorology #Weather #Clouds

6. The Red-Lipped Batfish: This frightening-looking fish is found near the Galapagos Islands, but it doesn’t swim. If can be found on the BO...

10 highly unusual weather events in History

Emergensee™ from Adlens® | Continuously Adjustable, Variable Focus Glasses

Fulgurite - From Lightning Striking Sand. Fulgurites (from the Latin fulgur meaning thunderbolt) are a variety of the mineraloid lechatelierite. They are natural hollow glass tubes formed in quartzose sand, silica, or soil by lightning strikes. They are formed when lightning with a temperature of at least 1,800 °C (3,270 °F) instantaneously melts silica on a conductive surface and fuses grains together; the fulgurite tube is the cooled product.

Long exposure picture of a Lightning Bolt hitting a Tree!

The Iniciatic Well, Entering the Path of Knowledge - Regaleira Estate, Sintra, Portugal