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  • Nikki Campbell

    Catatumbo lightnings, a natural phenomenon that occurs in the north-west of Venezuela, where the eponymous river flows into Lake Maracaibo. Above the confluence, regular storm activity is observed: lightning is in the clouds almost 200 days a year, and continuous lightning sessions last about 10 hours.

  • Kim McKinney

    Mother Nature win

  • Sierra Adams

    Catatumbo Lightning: The largest light show in the world. It occurs from 140 to 160 nights a year, for up to 10 hours, on the basin of Lake Maracaibolake in western Venezuela.

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