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Natural Wonders

Some of the world's most incredible wonders

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Natural Wonders

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Did you know... Some of the most unique features of the Athabasca Sand Dunes are their unique, non-desert-like location and the abundance of water within and around them? Read more about it here: #Saskatchewan

U-Haul: SuperGraphics: Saskatchewan - Dunes look like a desert

Diamonds are a girls best friend. At Crater of Diamonds State Park, people can keep the gems they find! Read more:

Eek! More about the Venus Flytraps in North Carolina:

Strategically positioned and astronomically aligned, the Serpent Mound remains an unexplained earth mystery. What was the purpose behind this monumental earth design, who created it and why? #Ohio (AP Photo/The Cincinnati Enquirer) Learn more:

#DidYouKnow the Venus Flytrap, the most famous of all carnivorous plants, does not grow naturally anywhere in the world except southeastern North Carolina and a small part of adjacent South Carolina? Find out more:

Crystal Falls, Michigan is home of the "Humongous Fungus," otherwise known as Armillaria gallica, said to be the heaviest fungus in existence. The Armillaria Gallica The Humongous Fungus weighs about as much as 13 African Elephants! Read more:

Between 100,000 and 150,000 red-sided garter snakes spend the winter months within the area known as the Narcisse Snake Dens every year, making them among largest congregations of any vertebrate species on Earth. Read more here:

This particular firefly is called Says firefly (Pyractomena angulata ) one of about 170 species of fireflies in the United States. #Firefly #insects

Fireflies are a great educational tool and can provide a science lesson to children and adults right in their very own backyard or in a park nearby. He says, "If you have a penlight, you can sometimes lure a male big dipper by responding to his flash within the two seconds that he is hovering near you. Another way one can learn about fireflies is to catch them and observe their flash patterns in a jar. #FireFly #education .

SuperGraphics: Indiana - Midsummer's Night Science Lesson

Onlookers are stunned by the Sandhill Crane's ability. Learn More #Crane #Sandhill #Bird

The Fakahatchee Strand, which was formed by erosion, is an elongated channel in limestone bedrock that has accumulated deep organic soils, or peat, over hundreds of years. Learn More #Endangered #Rare #swamp #Florida

The ghost orchid’s appearance is quite unusual in that it resembles a flying white frog. That’s right, a flying white frog! Learn More about this mysterious Flower: #Orchid #Frog #Bloom

Since the ghost orchid's roots blend so well with the tree bark, the striking white flower looks as if it is suspended in midair.Learn More about what keeps this species in existence. #Orchid

Once the female Horseshoe Crab has reached the water's edge, she begins to create approximately seven to eight holes in the sand, moving up the beach as the tide rises. She then deposits and buries an astonishing 4,000 eggs in each hole. That is 32,000 eggs at one time! Learn More #Crab #Mating

The celebrated eight new endemic taxa found during 1992 were the most distinctive elements of this flower. Learn More: #Flower

Approximately 10 percent of all the mineral species known in nature occur in the Franklin and Sterling Hill mining district of Sussex County. This area is famous for its zinc deposits. Learn More: #Zinc #History #Mine #New Jersey

4 Eyed Spider! If this makes you smile check out our happy spider:

Prehistoric past uncovered in Connecticut Learn more at

Did you know that Alaska, with 8, is the US state with the most national park sites? Learn more about the Tongass National Forest

Crater of Diamonds State Park is the only place in the world where people can keep the gems they find. An average of 3 diamonds per day are unearthed.

U-Haul: Arkansas SuperGraphic

Crater of Diamonds State Park is the only place in the world where people can keep the gems they find. An average of 3 diamonds per day are unearthed.

U-Haul SuperGraphics: Arkansas

Learn more about how these formations were created over time.

Learn more about the Canyons of the Escalante featured on U-Haul SuperGraphics:

Providence Canyon in Georgia! Learn more about this 150 year old canyon at

Providence Canyon State Park - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia